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When anyone starts to look deeper for a faith there are often lots of searching questions
We have listed a number of the most frequently asked HERE

To download or order copies of "The Missing Peace" booklet - Click HERE.

Latest News

Over 2 Million copies! The Missing Peace booklet has now passed 2 million copies in print. Mike Hencher from The Missing Peace Trust takes delivery of the the latest print run of 25,000 Missing Peace booklets, printed by Severnprint of Gloucester. Along with our partner organisation Global Passion, the booklet is now available in 15 languages with more translations added regularly.

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The Missing Peace Trust has recently published 2 new books for children:
'Rainbow Rescue; and 'Wonderful World'
Click to read or download them as PDF files here:

The Missing Peace Trust provides:

  • Christian Literature

  • Online Resources

  • Evangelistic teaching and Bible Studies


It's always good to hear a testimonial:


"Hi Mike, For some reason, you came into my mind today and after a quick search, I tracked you down thanks to the wonders of the internet. I thought I'd write and thank you for your part in leading me to Christ 45 years ago. I attended the Bristol Christ Youth Camps in the summers of 1977 and 1978, …… On 23 August 1977 you challenged me in the camp devotions and led me to a personal faith. I still have a copy of The Missing Peace that you gave me on that day. A year later I was baptised at Worcester Park Baptist Church and have continued in regular fellowship and Church involvement ever since. I am thrilled to know The Missing Peace is still available and used all over the world. I thank God for your faithfulness in sharing the Gospel and I pray that God will continue to bless your ministry. Best wishes Ruth C."

Missing Peace News

Tony Packer of Global Passion has arranged for 'The Missing Peace' to be translated and printed in Haryanvi, one of the languages of the North Indian state of Haryana where 13 million people speak this dialect. Haryana surrounds India’s capital, New Delhi on three sides, so it is a strategic area in which to preach the Gospel, currently only 0.2% of the population claim to be Christian in this area. The official language of Haryana is Hindi, which was printed last year, but it will be great to reach folk in their own tongue.

Punjabi is the next language The Missing Peace Trust will be translated to, this will be used in the north-western part of the subcontinent. We should remember that Punjabi is also the third-most spoken language in the UK. We praise the Lord that even in these unprecedented times, we can continue to share the Gospel in print and on the Internet.

Click to Read or Download 'The Missing Peace' in 14 Languages

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Just had a great encouragement. A lady from Northern Ireland contacted the website and said that she came to faith in Christ at a Dick Saunders rally in 1979. She was given a copy of The Missing Peace which she read and re-read many times in her early days as a Christian. She is involved in a summer outreach mission in her town and as the booklet led her to the Lord many years ago she wants to share the gospel with her neighbours and friends. God bless your faith, Reta.
Mike Hencher, The Missing Peace Trust.
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