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P u t t i n g F a i t h I n t o A c t i o n S i n c e 1 9 5 9 Evangelism: The Firm Foundation of WME’s Outreach


“For I have appeared unto thee for this purpose, to make thee a minister and a witness… To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins, and inheritance among them which are sanctified by faith that is in Me.” – Acts 26:16-18


Dear WME Partners and Supporters,


EVANGELISM— THE CORNERSTONE OF WME’S WORK IS CAPTURED IN THE LAST WORD OF OUR NAME. We humbly and enthusiastically acknowledge the divine assignment to preach salvation in Jesus Christ to the lost and suffering. So, while WME conducts numerous humanitarian efforts which are critical to preserving life and bringing hope where we work, these humanitarian projects are of little value if we fail to minister to the eternal soul of man. After all, precious people at every age and stage of life are suffering under the oppression of sin and darkness. We are called to address that!


From the beginning, WME has pursued a vision of enabling an army of Native Missionaries to evangelize the lost among their own people. We identify and support men and women who have surrendered to the call to see their nations transformed. As 2 Timothy 2:2 instructs: “The things that thou hast heard of Me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.”


We depend on our Native Missionaries for every facet of our work. They are our eyes and ears on the ground as they identify children who need sponsorship, families seeking food and support, and communities suffering from a disaster. Native Missionaries pinpoint locations for water wells, churches, medical clinics and vocational training. With that in mind, let’s address their needs.


Church buildings vary in cost, size and construction, but each has the potential to bring the Gospel light to communities.


First of all, our Native Missionaries need sponsorship to assist them in fulfilling the Great Commission. In their role to reach the lost, comfort the sick and feed the hungry, they spend long hours moving around the communities they serve. Reliable transportation makes them more effective in their efforts.


Our Native Missionaries are always requesting BIBLES!Why? Because receiving God’s Word in their native tongue is a treasured gift to believers. With Bibles in hand, established church members and the newly converted are able to regularly read the Word, get grounded in their faith, and deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ. We also need Bibles for youth camps and small group studies. New Testaments are distributed as missionaries witness in villages. Children’s workers need Gospel story books and VBS materials. For all these reasons, WME continues to send Bibles, Gospel story books and Christian materials to places where we work.


Helping Native Missionaries with the tools of ministry and transportion enables them to reach more lost souls.


WME


P.O. Box 660800 Dallas, TX 75266 www.wme.org


Some believers in poor villages have never had a dedicated church building.As the number of believers increases in a community, they long to have a house of worship. This church can be a beacon for those who have never learned about Jesus.When a church is finished, its members feel a profound sense of thankfulness for the generosity of WME donors.


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