Priorities represent highly strategic initiatives in reaching the unreached with the gospel. Inspired by a clear vision and a desire to see indigenous churches established and thriving, more workers with a variety of skill sets are needed. Explore your fit with these teams and join God’s redemptive work among the nations with World Team.
God is moving powerfully in the Philippines. The church is growing today in ways that we have never seen, and World Team Philippines needs workers to help with the harvest. There are currently three experienced church planting teams who are actively mobilizing workers to join them.
God is at work in the world through the mass movement of people—those fleeing persecution, war, and starvation to lands of security and prosperity. The INN is made up of ordinary people who have been captured by Jesus’ love and long to share hope among communities where Christ is least known.
It is clear that Islam is growing in Latin America and that this growth has been recognized and promoted by Islamic leaders in the Middle East. Our hope is to see multiplying churches planted as Muslims come to faith in Christ. As believers are discipled, they will begin to share the gospel in neighboring Muslim communities.
More than 100 people groups in Brazil have never heard the gospel, largely due to geography or policies that isolate them from the outside world. Traditional missionary strategy has been to go and live among them. During the last 20 years, God has been opening a new pathway to these remote peoples.
World Team exists because entire people groups, like those in the Middle East, have little or no access to the gospel. Where governments have created boundaries and walls to the gospel, God has opened doors. As government leaders pursue their definition of peace, we know that lasting peace can be found only in a personal…
The Central Asia team’s goal in ministry is to spread the gospel among the Turkic-language-speaking local indigenous people groups. Reaching out to and caring for Central Asians simply begins by befriending them. Ministry starts in the missionary’s own neighborhood, where trust is built, and relationships are deepened with the hope and aim of proclaiming the love of Christ.