Red river Publishing House

Literature Evangelism

“The Lord gave the word: great [was] the company of those that published it.” Psalm 68:11

Canvassing – You can join us now!

‘The canvassing work, properly conducted, is missionary work of the highest order, and it is as good and successful a method as can be employed for placing before the people the important truths for this time. {CEv 5.1}

Overview

Red River is an active magabook industry of the Kentucky-Tennessee Conference. Canvassing programs will be run periodically throughout the year, where those wanting to gain skill of experience in ministry lines can join us for training and service. Contact us for more details on how you can be a part of reaching the cities with the publications containing light for our time!

“The young men and young women who give evidence that they are truly converted and who take up the canvassing work may consider that this work is the very best preparation for the ministry.” {BEcho September 18, 1899, Art. C, par. 1}

Interested in joining as a literature evangelist? Request to join a canvassing program.

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Publishing House – (coming soon)

“In connection with our mission schools there should be facilities for printing and for training workers in this line.” {PM 196.3}

We believe the publishing work is a missionary of great importance. Those that may never hear the spoken word can read it in distributed literature, as we scatter it as the leaves of autumn…

Red River desires to eventually print and distribute publications relevant for the times in which we are living. We also desire to establish a media center, from where we can utilize the blessing of sharing the gospel online, as well as creating and producing sacred songs. You could be a part of finishing the work by partnering with us in this endeavor – Check back with us to hear about this project development!

“At various points in missionary lands publishing houses must be established. To give character to the work, to be centers of effort and influence, to attract the attention of the people, to develop the talents and capabilities of the believers, to unify the new churches, and to second the efforts of the workers, giving them facilities for more ready communication with the churches and more rapid dissemination of the message – all these and many other considerations plead for the establishment of publishing centers in missionary fields.” {Testimonies for the Church 7:145}