Today brings more good news about what WIM missionaries are doing around the globe—in this case within 20 minutes from WIM headquarters. David and Shara Pierce (M262) have a deep commitment to the pro-life cause. Deep enough, in fact, that just a few months ago they were about to cross the globe to open pregnancy centers in Japan, […]
By Joshua Allen I’ve been building relationships with the Mixteco people in a town on the central coast of California. I told them about how we held a gift-giving ceremony for needy children during this past Christmas. We had prepared and counted 30 shoeboxes filled with goodies, but there were about 40 children present. After each child had […]
By Andrew Conrad Martin had been in and out of Alcoholics’ Anonymous most of his adult life. When he was forty-five, he was diagnosed with a terminal case of liver cirrhosis and had less than a week to live. Martin had heard the gospel most of his life. His best friend was a pastor of […]
WIM was transformed into a film studio this week when a generous gift made it possible for us to replace our 16-year-old, VHS-mastered missionary training videos. Thank you, Lord.
By Chris Briles The story of King Rehoboam in I Kings 12 is an excellent example of what a servant leader does not look like. In consulting with the elders who had served Rehoboam’s father, King Solomon, they advised in verse 7, “If today you will be a servant to these people and serve them […]
Since its origin among the indigenous peoples of Mexico in 1981, World Indigenous Missions has sent ordinary people around the world for one purpose: to disciple the nations to reach the world. “Indigenous” is a big word with a simple definition. It means homegrown or existing naturally in its own area. When it comes to […]
Missions is not only a doctrine. It is an intentional practice. It is what Christians do. Like most other skills, it is learned by doing. Therefore, we believe missions is best discovered in the context of cross-cultural ministry rather than in a stuffy classroom. The WIM training program for missionary candidates flows from our core […]
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