“Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen.”

By Ace Collins

— Matthew 28:19-20

Evangelism is such a focal point of World Missionary Evangelism’s work that you could call it our heartbeat. Therefore when we evaluate our organizational health, the first thing we check is the pulse of our Gospel outreach. We are called to spread the Word to the lost, and for us to remain a vital Christian mission, we must put that at the forefront of everything we do.

Who are the faces of WME’s Evangelism? They are the hundreds of Native Missionaries who have surrendered to the call to save souls and transform the lives of their own people.

In heeding the call to serve, our Native Missionaries make sacrifices that you and I can’t fully fathom. When they turn their lives over to the Gospel, some are rejected by communities and others are even shunned by their families. In many areas where Christians are in the minority, these missionaries are looked upon with suspicion. People question their motives and some governments even put them under surveillance. They only gain respect through their selfless work, love for others, and devotion to the message of salvation. By embracing the very Spirit of Jesus and adhering to the ways and words of Christ, they build on a firm foundation. That’s the reason that in almost six decades of WME Christian outreach, Native Missionaries have seen innumerable souls saved and established hundreds of churches.

The lives of Native Missionaries are not easy. To share the Gospel, they literally give up everything. In a very real sense, most must live in poverty. Even as they reach

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