The work of indigenous missionaries is often limited by the lack of proper tools for ministry. HeartCry seeks to provide these necessary tools so that the missionaries may fulfill the work to which the Lord has called them. In the past, HeartCry has provided for such needs as:
- boats and motors for the Amazon River;
- transportation in the form of automobiles, horses, and bicycles;
- media equipment such as sound systems, projectors, and evangelistic films;
- computers; and
Although we always seek to be cautious in designating funds to anything other than “incarnational missions,” we recognize that this aspect of ministry is nearly indispensable to the work of God, especially in some of the more remote parts of the “Third World.” An old missionary once said, “Missions is really rather simple. All you need is the right man, in the right place, with the necessary tools in his hands to go to work.” We have found this maxim to be true.