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Making disciplesWe love to plant churches that plant churches! Paul says to Timothy, “The things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, entrust these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.” (2 Timothy 2:2)

World Team members are church planters, but most importantly disciple makers. Our passion is to share the gospel with those who are lost and then teach, invest in, and lift up those people to disciple others. In all that we do we aim to prepare our successors for success.

Churches multiply when we draw out the gifts and talents of those we’re discipling so that they are equipped to carry out the ministry on their own.

Transforming CommunitiesThere are more unreached people in Asia than in the rest of the world combined. With hundreds of cultures, languages, and hard to reach places in Asia, there are still so many communities that have yet to hear the Gospel. 

But there is good news! From the world’s largest mega-cities to the smallest tribal village, God is working through cross-cultural workers to bring the hope of the gospel and transform lives.

In order to see transformation, the gospel must be applied to the whole person; addressing physical, spiritual, and social needs. Our church planting teams develop unique ministries tailored to the specific needs of the people they serve. Running through all these ministries is the unifying thread of making disciples and establishing healthy churches that grow and multiply. We seek to apply the gospel of Jesus Christ to all areas of life and ministry.

Reaching the UnreachedThe number of people on the move internationally is greater than ever before. We live in what is being called ‘the age of migration’. Many people are moving from parts of the world least reached by the gospel.

This gives us amazing opportunities to interact with many people groups that we normally could not access. While people all over the world are changing and moving, we get the chance to meet them in times of uncertainty and transition—a time when people most need Jesus!

God is at work in this movement of diaspora. Through investing the time to learn language, culture, and build relationships with migrating peoples, workers are reaching them with the gospel on an even more global level.