How Do VOM Workers Travel?
A worker who has traveled to many countries for The Voice of the Martyrs answers the question, “How do VOM workers travel?”
“We definitely travel in unique ways overseas,” said the worker. “I have personally ridden a camel and two elephants in the field, although those were mostly just for fun! We start some of our trips in an airplane, and we have ridden in some very large airplanes and some very small ones. The smallest one I have flown in could seat only four people; the larger ones can seat over 200 people! Then we usually travel by a taxi. We also take boats, sometimes a large ferry, and sometimes a small canoe. I have ridden motorbikes on occasion, and, of course, sometimes we need to travel on a bus or train.
“No matter how we travel, our goal is to help our brothers and sisters who are suffering for Jesus, and we are able to help hundreds of them each year. God has blessed us with an amazing opportunity to serve Him!”
In the sentences below, find eight ways of transportation VOM contacts use when traveling to places to encourage persecuted Christians.
Search for these words: train, camel, ship, bus, donkey, barge, van, and plane. (The first one has been found for you.)
1. The sleepy boy
came late to school.
2. The violinist played on key at every concert.
3. Restaurant cooks plan each meal carefully.
4. Moses saw a burning bush.
5. It was not raining when Noah started on his ark.
6. Jesus said a servant is not above his master.
7. A candy bar gets soft if you leave it in the sun.
8. The zookeeper’s hippopotamus didn’t fit in the cage.