We are members of the International Neighborhood Network (INN), a ministry of World Team. The workers of the INN are church planters among people groups unreached by the Gospel of Jesus within the United States. Every day, we are challenged to merge our own culture with the cultures of the people we are called to love. Today we explore the Fellowship and how it is described in Acts as an intimate joint participation in life.
Kamron and Janet are serving among the unreached in the Brazilian city of Manaus. They work with local church leaders and believers to strengthen and multiply national churches, with the aim of equipping believers to plant even more churches throughout the region.
We are excited to bring you this episode highlighting this emerging field in South America. You will hear Kamron and Janet share with us how God led them to Manaus, what the people and culture of Brazil are like, and how God has been working in the communities He has called them to serve.
In the Great Commission, Jesus called us to preach the Gospel to all creation and make disciples of all nations – a call that is the foundation for World Team’s church planting and discipleship work around the world.
That call to make disciples drives our missionaries to come alongside those that have a heart to share the gospel with others. Our workers take diverse but Biblically grounded approaches to disciple others who are following Christ and growing in their knowledge of him.
The International Neighborhood Network, better known as The INN, is a community of believers with a passion for serving those who have resettled in the U.S. from throughout the world due to war, poverty, and persecution. They seek to share the gospel and plant churches among these unreached diaspora communities.(more…)
In this special episode brought to us by The INN, three workers serving in the United States share what their experiences have been in building relationships with their Muslim friends and neighbors.
Church Planting is synonymous with the missionary sending agency World Team… It has always been the biggest reason that their 300 plus workers do the work that they do in 28 countries. More than 61 thousand donations were made to World Team last year for the purpose of Planting churches. Why? What is so important about church planting?
World Team’s passion and calling for reaching the unreached with the gospel means that many of our teams serve in closed countries with major restrictions on evangelism. Our guest on this episode serves in Central Asia among Muslim people and cannot use his real name or his specific location. The challenges he faces will compel you to pray, give, or even go.
World Team has a long history of outreach to Muslims throughout the world. Some of our workers serve in closed countries, with numerous security concerns… Others in open countries where they can, and do share their faith publicly. The experiences they’ve had will inspire you. The challenges they face will compell you to PRAY, to GIVE and, perhaps… GO.
Acts of Faith returns to the Philippines to learn about all the exciting growth over the past year. The pandemic has been a challenge for us all… and very few have had it harder than the Philippines… but God has greatly blessed the efforts of World Team there.
Short-term mission trips through World Team last anywhere from one week to one year. They give those new to cross-cultural ministry an opportunity to learn more about their role in church planting, as well as a chance to better realize their spiritual gifts.
In this audio podcast we interview Liz, our World Team Mobilizer who coordinates Short-Term Trips.