World Gospel Mission partners with individuals and churches worldwide to make disciples of Christ and encourage believers to become missions-active through ministries that reach the whole person—physically and spiritually—transforming communities.

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The Call—God's Creative Design

God’s creative design goes beyond any great artist’s ability. Read about ministries that were inspired and created from existing ministries in WGM locations with the purpose of meeting the needs of a community.

Pumpkins and Puppies by Jon Steury
Serving in Stockton by David Adams
The Outreaches of Tenwek Hospital by Mike Chupp
Going to School: Friends, Buses, Languages, Oh My!

Going to School: Friends, Buses, Languages, Oh My!
Students everywhere know how hard the first day of school is. You have to get up early, find your locker, and concentrate all day. Imagine all that with the added stress of not knowing anyone and maybe not even speaking the language. More >

Nathan and Jade Metz

Heeding God’s Whisper: Metz Family Called to Uganda
For over a year, God has been preparing missionary disciples Nathan and Jade Metz to serve alongside the church in Uganda. Read this excerpt from a recent interview to follow their step-by-step journey of obedience. More >

Larry and Joy McPherson

Ministry Starters: Larry and Joy McPherson
Larry and Joy’s first missions experience, a three-week work team trip to Kenya in 1969, led to 30 years of missionary service in Africa! During those years, they helped start two churches and WGM’s work in Uganda. More >


Here are several tools for your taking! WGM wants to help you as you do missions right where you are.

Missionary Prayer Calendar
Kids' Curriculum
Kids Helping Kids Project Catalog
Who We Are—Our Mission
How We Work—Our Ministry
Who We Work With—Affiliations


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Kenya: Heath and Angela Many
What does it take to get to Kenya for your first term? Heath and Angela Many have been figuring this out over the past few weeks. They packed 27 pieces of luggage, closed on their house, sold their furnishings and vehicle, and said goodbye to family. More>

Kenya: Dino and Janice Crognale
Last week, Dino and Janice Crognale were part of a historic moment in Kenya as they held the first school screenings for rheumatic heart disease. This fully preventable disease comes from untreated strep throat and is killing and debilitating hundreds of Kenyans each year. More>