Support WCSDO in Bonaire
July 16 2014
Members of the Worldwide Christian Scuba Divers Organization (WCSDO) are planning a mission trip to the small island of Bonaire located in the Southern Caribbean. The 7-day mission trip, the first of many projects scheduled for 2015, commences on January 31st and ends on February 7th. Working in collaboration with the International Bible Church (IBC) of Bonaire, WCSDO’s primary purpose is to minister to the locals while spreading the good news of Jesus Christ.
As is customary on WCSDO mission trips, members will distribute Bibles, food, fresh water and toys to the local residents. Participants will also serve in the Prison Ministry with supplies, music and the Gospel about love and forgiveness. Providing reading glasses is yet another aspect of their giving, which has become a ministry within itself. “Through our Vision Ministry, people who cannot afford vision and reading glasses are tested and fitted with new glasses,” said Jim Mustoe, Founder and Director of the Worldwide Christian Scuba Divers Organization (WCSDO). “We are excited to work with IBC and Pastor Searle; this is a wonderful opportunity to minister and lend a helping hand to those in need. Sharing the Word of God and witnessing the joy in the faces of these people is life-changing and very rewarding,” remarked Mustoe.
On this mission trip, renowned speaker Dr. Karl D. Coke will lead evening seminars on the Bible from a Jewish perspective. Dr. Coke, founder of The Karl Coke Evangelistic Association is an internationally acclaimed Hebrew scholar and teacher from the Evangelical Theological Seminary. His expertise in the original languages of Holy Scripture causes the Bible to come-alive for his audiences and readers. Dr. Coke has published two distinguished books entitled, Manna and A Proper Education.
WCSDO, a missionary organization works on a volunteer basis. Established as a non-profit organization (501c3) in 2009, the organization has expanded nationally and abroad. The Local Chapter Program was established as a method to continue their goal of missionary work year-round to help those in need, right in their own communities.
“Mission trips are expensive and require financial contributions from those who can afford to do so. The Bonaire trip is estimated to cost $6,000.00. Donations are used to purchase supplies, as trip goers pay 100% of all their own travel, lodging, diving and other costs. Our hope is that donations will come in to provide the much-needed supplies to our neighbors in Bonaire,” concluded Mustoe.
Donations are tax deductible and donors may contribute online on www.wcsdo.org, the donation page. For more information contact Tea Rajic at 610-996-9968, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit website at www.scubamissions.com.