Global Work
Navigators: Covering the World with the Word
Oct 20, 2015
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Remote villages in Nepal. Refugee camps in Iraq and Jordan. Drug towns in Brazil. Blind communities in Albania. Prisons in Indonesia. These are just a few of the places where the Gospel is going forth through the solar-powered Leading The Way Navigator. Compact, rechargeable by sunlight, and filled with the audio Bible and Dr. Youssef's messages, these devices are one of the most effective ways to share the Gospel in remote regions. Used for discipleship training among local pastors and evangelism by church planters, God is using this small handheld device to convict the lost, equip the believer, and comfort the persecuted.

"God is using this small handheld device to convict the lost, equip the believer, and comfort the persecuted."

From Rhys, a distribution partner in South Sudan:

"The Navigator could lift the country out of war and into peace and love for Christ, transcending tribal differences. . . . With the help of the Navigator, our team led 47 Muslims to Christ."

From Canon Andrew White, distribution partner in Iraq:

"It is impossible to explain the effect these Navigator have had on people's lives. They have all lost everything. The Navigator tell them that the world may have forgotten their needs, but God has not and will not."

From James, distribution partner in Nepal:

"Recently I had the opportunity to distribute Navigator audio Bibles in Nepal. I left on Friday, and the next morning Nepal witnessed a powerful earthquake. . . . I am certain that many are listening to these players right now and are being encouraged in the Lord and assured that He is in control."

From Robert, distribution partner in Indonesia:

"Many of our church planters call me and say, 'Can you send more Navigators?' They minister in remote, poor villages, so it really helps them evangelize."

For more stories of how God is using the Navigator around the world, read our Annual Report.