The Cofers
Missionaries to Mongolia

I am increasingly grateful for what God is doing and more encouraged than ever over the potential impact of the printing ministry. Mongolians are a traditional, story telling people and most responsive to a narrative approach to evangelism and discipleship. NGJ’s history of Good and Evil is going into its second printing, and the first five volumes of the Bible Visuals International Sunday School Curriculum are now complete and being used on the field. Each part of the 78-volume series takes several weeks and $2,500 to translate, format and publish (for the first 1000 copies). When you live in a country like the United States where there is unlimited ministry supply, it is hard to imagine that there is nothing else like this here and how blessed we are to be able to get these tools in the hands of nationals seeking to accomplish the Great Commission.

I believe it is time to step up our efforts and trust there are churches who would gladly give $2,500 to publish one of the remaining 73 volumes. No doubt, there are Sunday school classes or Vacation Bible Schools who would love to raise $250 to cover 100 booklets. Individuals could send $25 toward 10, and a single child could give $2.50 to provide God’s truth to an entire class of eager Mongolian children. When Mongolian children, teens or adults complete this comprehensive course, they will have a thorough understanding of the fundamental doctrines of the faith. And when all is said and done, you and I will have obeyed the voice of the Lord to teach “them to observe all things whatsoever.” This is the kind of investment that will bring an increase for years to come as the printed page keeps on preaching long after you and I are off the scene!

Gratefully Yours for Christ and Mongolia!

Mickey Cofer and Family

Mickey Cofer • Mongolian Missions • P.O. Box 189 • Winchester, OH 45697 [email protected]