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It’s a story with an international flavour. We’re not only British or Scottish. We have Germans working in Indonesia, Swiss in Burkina Faso, South Koreans in Albania, New Zealanders in Thailand and Brazilians in Guinea Bissau. We’re an organisation with workers from about 50 different countries working together. There are blessings and challenges as we relate and learn to work with one another. But our testimony is, our God is faithful.


It’s a story that spans the world. I often picture the work of WEC like the mustard seed in the parable that Jesus told. It started small then developed. WEC started in the Congo, went on to the Middle East, to South America and now works in various other countries amongst different people groups. Stories of how God has opened the doors into various countries. For instance, take Guinea Bissau, a small country in West Africa. A remarkable story about how a lady who believed that God wanted her to go there. The government at first refused Bessie Brierley permission to enter, but God wonderfully opened the door.


It’s about lives changed. People coming to know Jesus and being part of God’s extended family worldwide, in the different continents where we’re working. Lives changed through church planting, through medical work, children’s work and Betel (drug rehabilition/ church planting ministry). God has used various ways of bringing people to himself. And we have the privilege of sharing these stories of how lives have been changed.


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