They need this equipment.
They don’t have enough.
It’s doubtful they can be successful in their missions without them.
And based on this ad I saw, victory is within our grasps as soon as the soldiers receive them:
I don’t care if the soldiers want Bibles. So be it. And I’m fine with Campus Crusade for Christ being the conduit for people to donate money so that Bibles can be sent to the fighters. That’s what they do.
But I’m surprised that if they’re taking donations for the Rapid Deployment Kits — $1300 for 400 kits — there’s not even a mention of offering anything that might be, *ahem*, more useful to the soldiers.
I mean, the soldiers may want their Bibles, but you’re telling me that they all want that in lieu of other comforts?