• Stewards-Spain

    New WIM Member Care Base in Spain

    By Tony & Mary Ann Bianchi WIM Member Care is excited to announce the very first, soon-be-established, WIM regional Member Care base in Málaga, Spain! After jump­ing through many inter­na­tional hoops for what seemed like for­ever, Dick and Sue Steward have just been granted their res­i­dence visa for Spain. They should be on their way […]

  • Widow singing praise to her King as a new follower

    African Woman Stands in Worship

    Tim and Jenni Jarvis vis­ited some of the need­i­est wid­ows in their area bring­ing them encour­age­ment from the Word and a bag of gro­ceries. One widow they vis­ited gave her life to Christ. In her bet­ter health, she had been attend­ing a local church that taught a pros­per­ity gospel. To her, being a Christian meant that she should […]

  • Global Encounters Santa Ana

    The Majority of this Town Attended a Gospel Outreach

    By Ron Mouser “We can’t have a holy church ser­vice in front of a gov­ern­ment build­ing with all of our unbe­liev­ing neigh­bors stand­ing around watch­ing us,” some church mem­bers had responded upon hear­ing my plans for the out­reach. But that is exactly what we did. It was not a “nor­mal” ser­vice. The Global Encounters team […]

  • Coliseum filled with children

    First Time in 19 Years: Indigenously Supported

    By Roberto Krisztal We are prepar­ing to have our annual event to reach 2,500 Bolivian kids through songs, dances and a won­der­ful drama. This year, we have a new strat­egy. For the past 19 years, Children’s Club Bolivia has cov­ered the costs for the annual out­reaches. However, God laid it on my heart that, because this […]

  • King City, CA

    Corruption Lost the Battle in King City

    By Joshua Allen Recently, some friends invited me to accom­pany them and their church to pray for a town 50 miles north of us, King City, CA. This town is on the divid­ing line between two major rival gangs. We joined with a Hispanic church in King City and walked the streets for two hours […]

  • Woman carrying a heavy load of grass in Nepal

    Steps to Prevent Missionary Burnout

    By Mary Ann Bianchi, WIM Member Care Reality check When you hear the expres­sion, “The straw that broke the camel’s back,” what do you think of? What mean­ing does that hold for you? A camel is designed to carry con­sid­er­able loads, but there is a limit. One thing as seem­ingly incon­se­quen­tial as a piece of […]