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
Like a pebble dropped in a pond, even the smallest actions create a ripple effect with the potential to reach across the world.
We have an immediate opening for a mature, experienced couple with cross-cultural Christian ministry experience to fill the position of Director of Member Care.
Everyone is blessed with unique spiritual gifts. Learn how to discover and use your gifts and talents for missions.
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.
WIM is more than just another missions agency. It’s a
family. We will serve you, train you and care for you.
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