What about people in closed countries or inaccessible places?
Some mission organizations have shortwave transmitters strategically placed around the world, to beam the gospel to these closed countries. Now, satellites broadcast to television sets in Arabic countries.
Next, there are the audio recordings. When a country closes its door to missionaries, someone quipped, you can slip the thin CDs and DVDs under their door. And then, there is the Internet. Most restrictive countries have found they cannot control the Internet. Thousands download the gospel in their own language.
Taking the Gospel to places with legal obstacles.
Closed to missionaries does not mean closed to the gospel. That's where the use of the phrase "creative access" comes in. Read further
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