Tag: indigenous

Goer or Sender? Find Your Role in God’s Plan

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?

Recommended Reading: “Cross-Cultural Servanthood,” by Duane Elmer

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

You Can Make a Difference!

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.

Big Planet, Small World

The Cambridge Dictionary defines culture as, “the way of life of a particular people, esp. as shown in their ordinary behavior and habits, their attitudes toward each other, and their moral and religious beliefs.”

India: The Need

The need for the Gospel in India is great. Over 89% of India’s people groups are either unreached with the gospel or unengaged…

State of the World and Reaching the Unreached

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.

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