World Team is a global mission agency working in a growing number of unreached people groups, cities, countries and regions to plant reproducing churches, with the ultimate goal of reaching the unreached of the world.
Below are profiles of many of the countries where we have ministry opportunities. If you don’t find the people group or country you are looking for, please contact us!
God is Moving Among Muslims – The gospel is for every people group in the world without exception, since all are made in God’s image and are designed for relationship with Him.
An Island of Change – Papua, once called Irian Jaya, is the eastern-most province of the Indonesian archipelago. Papua’s rugged jungle and swamp terrain is home to an incredible diversity of flora and exotic animals.
A Field Ripe for Harvest – The Philippines is an archipelago of 7,100 tropical islands bounded by the Pacific Ocean on the east and the South China Sea on the west. The southern portion of the Philippines is largely Muslim while the middle lowland areas are primarily animistic Catholic.
The Land of Howling Winds – Kidney-shaped Catanduanes is the twelfth largest island of the Philippines. Located on the country’s eastern most seaboard, Catanduanes is exposed to the Pacific Ocean and hit every year by powerful typhoons.
The Oppressed in our Midst – Human trafficking is a massive issue in our world today, enslaving nearly 30 million people globally. Statistics show that up to 10 million Filipino men, women, and children are exploited through sex trafficking and forced labor in this $40 billion-dollar industry.
Today, Southeast Asia is being deeply impacted by the transmigration of people within the area. Migrants represent a variety of ethnic groups and religious backgrounds, Islam being the largest.
A Whirlwind of Change – Spain is the land of festivals! In every city, town and village there is a fiesta of some kind which gets all the townsfolk out on the streets with their neighbors.
A Church within Walking Distance – The Hindustani, also known as East Indians, are of Indian decent and began arriving in Suriname in 1873 as indentured laborers. They were immediately put to work on the coffee, cocoa and sugar cane plantations.
The Trio and Wayana Tribes – The Trio and Wayana live in the dense rainforests that cover most of the country. Access to the interior region is difficult and limited to boat and some air transportation.