Thurs. 16 Dec. 2021
Opening date: Tues 18 Jan. 2022
Opening times: Tues-Thurs 11am-3pm
Established in circa 1931, by the late English brother Coleridge pictured on right inset, it has been printing and distributing free gospel tracts for over 90 years, in 60 languages, with free-to-public Bible-based Christian literature all over Africa.
This work of printing free literature for distribution would not have been possible without God moving the hearts, minds, and hands of many gift-givers and volunteers over the years. There have been too many to mention without leaving somebody out.
This work, after 90 years, still remains valuable to the Lord, as the world seems to be getting more disillusioned now than ever before, and only the truth can set folk free.
A couple from Northern Ireland, Kenneth (photo inset) and Charlotte Elliott, took over the work in 1957, and steadily grew the same until he was called home in the year 2000, and was followed by Charlotte many years later in *2021, at the age of 91, having faithfully continued the work day-by-day as the Lord gave her the strength and supplied the means. To read more of this history see the About section.
Please note that it took 90 years to get online, so this website will be developed over time. We are truting the Lord that we can create a useful resource with updated tracts and booklets for those of you who are faithfully giving out tracts, or looking for Bible based literature.
*Mrs Charlotte Elliott, who many of you knew, temporarily closed the doors during the Covid 19 lockdowns, and did not recover from a fall, sadly passing away on the 29th March 2021.
The Mission Committee was added to in 2019, as they intend keeping this great work going, and will be making a few changes during this transition phase in 2021 to ensure the tracts are updated and back in stock after the Covid-19 lockdowns slowed production.
We will be updating the tracts for use online in pdf or e-reader formats, so you can select the tracts from the comfort of your home, and we can set these aside for your collection or parcel them for postage. We trust that the digital versions will also be a useful format to distribute electronically via WhatsApp, email, and social media.