In the first two editions of Nations in 2020, we’re going to list World Outreach’s top 20 priorities for the year ahead and share some exciting stories to each one. What motivates you? What drives you? Why do you do the things you do? What have
A second priority for World Outreach is to be actively involved and aligned with God’s mission in the world. We are co-workers with God in his mission, his harvest, and his kingdom. World Outreach exists to do what we have been called to do in
So the churches were strengthened in the faith, and they increased in numbers daily - Acts 16:5 After spending some time there, he departed and went from one place to the next through the region of Galatia and Phrygia, strengthening all the disciples - Acts 18:23 Training and equipping
Church planting is a proven, effective way of proclaiming the gospel and making lifelong disciples of Christ. Here is a short report from Jo & Jenny Graham after attending the 40th anniversary of a church they planted which has now itself grown and become the
One of the ways in which World Outreach trains more people for missions is through the Nations Course. Here is an overview of the course and some FAQs: Do you feel called to make a difference in the nations, but don’t know where to start or
Another major priority in 2020 is to provide people opportunities to go on short-term missions trips. WO provides many options for you to be part of a team that either does hands-on ministry, be exposed to an unreached people group as part of a guided
Statistically, most people come to faith in Christ before they turn twenty. A flow-on effect is that they in turn often lead members of their family to their Saviour. The fruit of children’s ministry is not only humanitarian and social, but true gospel multiplication. From West
Two testimonies from the fruit of the work of the Good News Team in Thailand: At a church in central Bangkok, I talked about a girl named ‘Orpa’ who was 10 when she first heard about Jesus when we went to her school. She did our
During March and April 2019, cyclones Idai and Kenneth caused widespread flooding and major devastation to central and northern Mozambique. Whole villages were flattened by the storms, while floods washed away the April harvest. With your support, World Outreach missionaries, together with local churches, have