Cross-Cultural Breakthrough in California

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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… Read More

How Martin (and his family) came to Christ

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By Andrew Conrad (Missionary 126) 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… Read More

Zany team hosts successful outreach with more to come

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Children’s Club Bolivia, led by WIM mis­sion­ar­ies Roberto and Mauri Krisztal in col­lab­o­ra­tion with YWAM Santa Cruz, recently shared the love of God with forty children and ten parents. Please be in prayer for the Children’s Club Bolivia team… Read More

Mortgage Burned!

When God performs miracles, we like to celebrate them properly. This summer, that celebration included playing with fire. WIM began construction on our current headquarters in 2003, but finishing it required taking out a loan in 2004. Only… Read More

God is on the Move!

It is encouraging to see and hear what God is doing in the ministry of WIM missionaries Philip Norris and his parents Ed and Pam. The Norrises and their team have planted a church among medical and university… Read More

The Happy Monster

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By Hannah Henderson (Missionary 249) We left our home in Missouri at 3 AM to head for the airport. Despite my best efforts, Thymely (nearly two years old at the time) awoke as I was putting her in… Read More

A Bicycle for Juan

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By Ricky Oliver My friend Juan asked if I could get him a bicycle that he could use to get to work. Juan and his wife have a beautiful family with beautiful smiles. When I gave him the… Read More

Transforming the World with a Video Camera

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  Technology on mission The Hawkins family is making ripples all over the world from their home base in south Texas. John and Joann Hawkins joined World Indigenous Missions in 1990 and worked as church planters in Mexico… Read More

From Drunkenness to Jesus

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At the end of his rope This story came in this week from a WIM missionary: Eduardo was the town drunk in a Mexican town. After a three-day binge, he did not know what to do. Exhausted  he leaned… Read More

Developing Leaders, Sparking Revival in Mexico

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Endless Potential Last October, a WIM missionary went to Mexico to participate in a graduation ceremony. It was the first graduating class of a Bible school he had started two years prior. All 17 students received formal recognition… Read More