Tag: indigenous

Veteran Missionary David Garcia: Mayans, Miracles, and Mount Sinai

David Garcia is no ordi­nary man. Actually, he is ordi­nary, but his tenac­ity and per­se­ver­ance make him extra­or­di­nary. I have seen him con­front and over­come much adver­si­ty in the course of his min­istry. I first met David in 1983 at King’s Way Missionary Institute in McAllen, Texas. He was already…

First Time in 19 Years: Indigenously Supported

Coliseum filled with children

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… Read More

Go and Make Disciples

By Ron Mouser “Please come and help us,” said the broth­er on the phone. He didn’t have to ask twice — he didn’t have to ask at all. I knew the Lord want­ed me to go before the phone call.… Read More

Indigenous Principles (WIM Core Values, 2 of 5)

By Dale Pugh One of the dis­tinc­tive char­ac­ter­is­tics of World Indigenous Missions is its focus on mak­ing church­es “indige­nous.”  This focus is based on the bib­li­cal man­date in 2 Timothy 2:2 which says, “And the things that you… Read More

The Kingdom in the Bullring, Part 1

Mexican hut

Proclaiming the king­dom of God and teach­ing about the Lord Jesus Christ…” -Acts 28:31 Mary Nell and I worked in Mexico dur­ing the eight­ies pro­claim­ing the king­dom of God and preach­ing Christ among the Nahautl and Hausteco indige­nous… Read More