Praying for the Machete Wielding Chief

I was with a group of our mis­sion school stu­dents in a small remote vil­lage that can only be reached by boat. On the way, we had been regaled with sto­ries of how the locals in this region are prone to take the law into their own hands… and how they don’t take kind­ly to strangers…

Writing Effective Newsletters

When writ­ing a newslet­ter, it is impor­tant to clear­ly com­mu­ni­cate your vision and pur­pose to your read­er. Below are some tips that will help you through the process of writ­ing your next newslet­ter.

The Battle To Believe

I con­sid­er myself to be an opti­mist I believe that God will take care of us, and I try to encour­age oth­ers to believe the same. However, on this occa­sion it took every ounce of strength that I had just to believe.

Helping Missionaries Win the Battle

WIM is more than just anoth­er mis­sions agen­cy. It’s a
fam­i­ly. We will serve you, train you and care for you.

Make Love Known

I saw some­thing beau­ti­ful hap­pen today. Our fam­i­ly was hav­ing a drink in a cafe when a gyp­sy child came in with an out­stretched hand ask­ing for mon­ey. We gave her some rubles and then talked with the boys about what had hap­pened. As we left the cafe about thir­ty min­utes lat­er, we met the child again…

Missionary Life: The Joys and Hardships of Living in Another Culture

Living in anoth­er coun­try and cul­ture that is not your own can be both excit­ing and over­whelm­ing. There are ups and downs, good times and bad times, vic­to­ries and defeats…

International Conference 2016

Over 80% of our mis­sion­ar­ies attend­ed the WIM International Conference this year in San Antonio, TX. Missionaries from dif­fer­ent parts of the world such as Japan, Mexico, Africa, Ireland, and India, came togeth­er for 5 days to learn, wor­ship, and be refreshed. It was like a huge fam­i­ly reunion echo­ing…

Be Ready In and Out of Season

I climbed aboard the city bus head­ing down­town to St Paul for my den­tal appoint­ment. Soon after I took my seat, I had the feel­ing that Jesus want­ed me to share my faith. I had recent­ly learned how to share my per­son­al tes­ti­mony in two or three min­utes, and then share the gospel mes­sage just as briefly, I had even done it a few times, so I had an idea what I could say, but with whom? No one was right next to me so I looked around…

Watch the New Missions Documentary Now

Urban Japan

We are very excit­ed to announce the release of our new mis­sions doc­u­men­tary, Committed to His Harvest. We worked very hard with Creative Impact Ministries (they did most of the work), and we couldn’t be more pleased with the… Read More