The first in our series of Gospel messages presented by World Team missionaries in a particular heart language.
This episode of Acts of Faith features an excellent video created for Spain several years ago. Spain’s history of dictatorship linked to religion has led Spaniards to be disillusioned about religion and their ability to have a relationship with Christ. With over 6,500 villages in Spain with no evangelical church and no access to the gospel, Spain needs workers! “If people watching would pray it would be a huge blessing because God WILL move!”
World Team features Tom & Kristin, Field Directors in the Philippines, their journey through 19 years of ministry, and their team of co-workers.
Hope for Milan – World Team has been church planting in Italy since the 1970s. There is excitement in the church as outreach is taking place, new small groups are being started with the vision of becoming churches, and brand new initiatives are being birthed to reach out to the migrant community in Milan. God is doing wonderful things!
World Team’s ministries in Asia are as diverse as the people we serve. What a privilege to be used by God! Are you willing? Do you want to be part of something bigger than yourself?
A group of World Team workers who serve in Cameroon were asked a series of questions about their ministry. All have experienced difficulties and sacrifices. I hope you will be encouraged to see that there is no question in their minds: The Rewards Are Greater Than the Sacrifices.
Trinidad and Tobago is home to over 60,000 Muslims and over 220,000 Hindus. Our ministry partner, the Evangelical Church of the West Indies, has asked World Team to help them reach their religious minority neighbors. We’re looking for workers who can share their faith with love, respect and conviction.
The Khmer word Plas Prai means “Transformation.” In 2006 a group of Christians from Australia sought to bring educational transformation into the lives of underprivileged young women in Preah Vihear province. They financed the building of a dorm and Khmer staff enabling poor girls from the province who lived far from a high school to complete their high school education. Now more than 10 years later, the center has seen more than 85% of its students graduate each year, far above the national average.
All across America, our neighborhoods are becoming home to the very people missionaries are working to reach around the world. World Team has launched a new ministry called The INN, the International Neighborhood Network, to respond to the urgent need of sharing the love of Christ with unreached peoples coming to the US.