With wisdom that comes with age, they have recognized the need to raise up a team of younger leaders that can guide WMC into the future. For this reason they now spend considerable time mentoring the next generation of missional leaders. For most of the regional team leaders and their families, Willie and Lydia are like second parents.
We hosted a breakfast with 70 pastors and business leaders to thank the Lord for His amazing answer to prayer.
World Mission Centre’s mobilization meetings inspire pastors in both Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
Gathering the harvest is the midst of spiritual warfare.
INDIA A good friend from South Africa, Pastor Ivor Temlett, and I are busy with meetings in India to arrange the launch of the Hindi Translation of the Live School later this year. This meeting was arranged by the India Christian Media Association (ICMA). We’ve...
Toward the end of last year, we launched the Spanish version of the Live School. The launch took place at the SETECA (Central American Theological Seminary) campus in Guatemala. Since then, a team from the USA, Jim Hartman, Bucky Drake, William Crew Jr. – Who is our...
Speaking at churches, our new regional leader, and much more!
It wasn’t until we stood on the top of a mountain several days into the trip that we saw the first white person in El Salvador besides those on our team. People don’t travel to El Salvador for tourism or business. It’s not really advised.
He was wheelchair bound, and so he was unclean. His body was not whole, so he was not qualified to minister.
That’s what Lemmy’s church told him in Zambia.
As we began the process of starting Live Schools around the world, the Lord gave us a mandate to translate the Live School curriculum from English into 13 trade languages of the world…
“Then he said to his disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.’” – Matthew 9:38