Mission: World Missionary Press, Inc. was founded in 1961 by Watson and Rose Goodman, who had been missionaries in South Africa for almost 16 years. There they discovered widespread hunger for God's Word in the languages of the people. When they returned to the U.S., their goal was to supply 48-page topical Scripture booklets, beginning with "Help From Above," in 300 languages free of charge to nationals and missionaries throughout the world. The goal of 300 languages was reached in January, 2000, with Hmong Daw. WMP now produces about 4.5 million Scripture booklets and Bible studies per month. About twenty titles are available in various languages.
This organization sends millions of religious booklets out every year, on the premiss that they are saving souls (apparently their god leaves it up to the random chance whether poeple get saved or not). The booklets indicate that homosexuality is akin to murder and invokes eternal punishment in fire, including tasteless pictures of people burning in flames.
Thier literature meets the definition of HATE SPEECH in many jurisdictions because it incites hatred against a segment of the population based on their sexual orientation.
This business should not be subsidized by tax exemptions and preferential treatment as a "charity".
They should be shut dwn.