A group of Cuban pastors is spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ while also saving lives by giving away printed face masks to the public.
Tthe World Help, a Christian humanitarian aid and organization, saw the severity of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and are helping their community. The organization founder and CEO Vernon Brewer shared their creative idea to help Cuba.
“We don’t want to miss an opportunity to continue witnessing for the Lord,” pastors said to Vernon.
Face masks with Bible verses
Pastors and members of World Help are giving away face masks with verses Bible verses printed on them. They printed Philippians 4:13 and Acts 16:31 in their local language, Spanish, on the masks. Their goal of the initiative is to help save lives while also sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to everyone.
“They ordered 1,000 face masks printed with Bible verses to wear and hand out,” Vernon explained. “Now, each person wearing them will share the gospel to those who are looking for help spiritually – without even saying a word!”
Hope in God
What the pastors have done is also a reminder to the public that no matter how hard the situation is, there is still hope in God.
“What an incredible witness,” he said. “Their faith reminds us that, even when everything seems to be going wrong, God is still at work and we can put our hope in him.”
The coronavirus first hit Cuba on March 11, and since then, the total number of COVID-19 cases in the small country hit over 1,600. But since Saturday, the number of new cases in Cuba is slowly decreasing. Thanks to the effort of the Cuban community in helping each other to contain the virus. Surely, there is still hope in the current crisis the world of facing, let us just have faith in God.
Reference: Fox News