Three Ways Your $10 Provides for our Wordless Book Ministry

Even preschoolers can learn the Gospel using the Wordless Book colors!

Preschoolers learn the Gospel using the five colors of the Wordless Book

At Christmas, it seems fitting to invite you to include Wee Can Know in your holiday giving. Unlike, lots of gifts that have a short lifespan, when you give to Wee Can Know, the value is eternal! Here’s three ways your $10 or more will help us:

First, we teach weekly Bible Classes in Day Cares and our starter lessons include the message of salvation using the five colors of the Wordless Books. (Your $10 helps us provide this ministry free of charge.)

Also, each Mardi Gras we tell the “Story of the Beads” to children and families in the streets of New Orleans, we are preparing for Mardi Gras 2014! ($10 enables us to provide free Gospel packets for folks along the parade route.)

Our 2013 Mardi Gras Team shared the "Story of the Beads" using the Wordless Book colors

Our 2013 New Orleans Mardi Gras Gospel Team shared the Story of the Beads with over 200 families.

Plus, provide Wordless book bracelets for teams going on mission trips and, also, for children’s ministers in foreign countries. (Your $10 helps us provide Wordless Book materials for children and teachers in far away places.)

As you can see, $10 or more goes a long way for sharing the Gospel with children using the Wordless Book. Will you give a gift today? Click here to give $10 or more today. 100% of your gift goes to Wee Can Know.

Thank you and Merry Christmas!

Medical Mission share the Wordless Book Story with children in Peru

Medical Mission share the Wordless Book Story with children in Peru

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