Spread God’s Word Everywhere!
Missionary Everett Bachelder and his wife Mina operate the Nome Gospel home in Nome, Alaska. For decades, they have tossed thousands of mayonnaise jars and ketchup bottles filled with the Word of God into the Bering Sea. The messages are written in over 100 languages. Wind and waves carry the story of God’s love to the corners of the earth, bringing responses from as far as 10,000 miles away. Children from area churches help Everett fold the messages and put them in jars and bottles. It has been a rewarding experience.
One bottle was retrieved from the Atlantic ocean a decade after Everett tossed it into the icy Bering waters. The Singapore man who found it, distraught over a romance gone sour, was about to commit suicide by jumping into the waters from a cliff. Seeing a bottle washed up against the rocks below, he decided to jump when the bottle broke. He watched it hit the rocks again and again without breaking. Curious, he climbed down the cliff, opened the bottle, and found the Word of God written in many different languages. He sought out a missionary in Singapore and got saved. How true is Ecclesiastes 11:1 which says “Cast your bread upon the waters for after many days you will find it again.”!
~Philipson Philip<, CSM Canada President
REV. DR. DAVID UMUNE
We received a container of books from CSM last year and did send a report, though late, and I trust that you have received and read it. It has been such a blessing to us here in Nigeria. It afforded us the opportunity to speak to and challenge Ministers towards Missions and many confessed of not have heard it su clearly before and are inviting us to their churches for Missions awareness. Very rewarding. God bless you.
the word of god is sharper than 2019