Once again, Elmer has published an excellent book on a very practical cross-cultural issue that we as workers face, as we attempt to relate and understand those from a different culture than our passport culture.
An exciting truth to learn as a world Christian is that each of us has a God-designated role in his global plan to reclaim the earth for His glory. How do we find our personal place in that plan? Where do you and I fit?
WIM senior missionaries were recently asked the question, “From the perspective gained during your time on the field, what additional study materials or preparation would you like to have received during your training?” One answer repeatedly surfaced. The single most-frequent response revealed a desire for greater understanding of how to live and work cross-culturally. With a goal of addressing this need, for the past several years WIM’s required reading for new missionaries includes the book, Cross-Cultural Servanthood, by Duane Elmer
ATTENTION! Do you want to make a difference in this world? Are you looking for a great adventure? Does serving your fellow man motivate you? Have you had special training you would like to use to make a real impact in this world? If so, we have opportunities for you.
The Honduras prayer retreat was a great time for all involved. The team in Honduras was able to rest and refocus while enjoying times of worship, fellowship and prayer…
Everyone is blessed with unique spiritual gifts. Learn how to discover and use your gifts and talents for missions.
Check out this update written by Janine Alvarado, missionary to Japan, originally posted on her blog, Mission Japan.
Every year, WIM hosts a week-long Orientation and Training for prospective missionaries. It is a time when they can learn the steps to the mission field.
In an article titled, State of the World and Finishing the Task, David Joannes, founder of Within Reach Global, explains the state of the world with regards to reaching the unreached.