Tag: missions

World Indigenous Missions International Conference 2019

“Best conference ever!” This sentiment echoed once again at our 2019 WIM International Conference. Over 87% of our missionaries attended this year, making it our most-attended conference yet.

Another Successful Orientation & Training Week

Thank you so much to H-E-B, Las Palapas, Sue Saur, and the WIM staff for helping make this year’s orientation and training week an amazing success!

To the Wild Child (and the Church that doesn’t know what to do with them)

The world (and the Church) has never quite known what to do with you. Not quite fitting in the box, and not quite wanting to. The crazy one who fell in love with a wild, crazy, dangerous God.

You’re invited to join us for International Conference!

July 21-25, 2019

What Missionaries Ought to Know about Laughter

The more you laugh, the better it is for you!

Prayer Requests

Pray for our missionaries’ safety as they travel from country to country, from city to jungle and mountain villages, or just across town.

Speaking of useful free apps, check out the Jesus Film Project app!

Currently available in almost 1,700 languages, their goal is to have the Jesus Film Project library of media available in every language of the world, on any device.

10 Useful (Free) Apps for Missionaries

While technology has the potential to be a distraction, it can also serve as a useful tool for your ministry. Here are a few apps to help you while you are on the mission field.

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