“My praise shall be in the great congregation... The meek shall eat and be satisfied:
they shall praise the LORD that seek him... All the ends of the world shall remember
and turn unto the LORD: and all the kindreds of the nations shall worship before thee.
For the kingdom is the LORD’S: and he is the governor among the nations.”
- Psalm 22:25-28 (KJV)
At World Missionary Evangelism, we recognize humanitarian projects are of little value
if we do not minister to the eternal soul of man as well.
Jesus said, “FOR WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT A MAN, IF HE SHALL GAIN THE WHOLE WORLD AND LOSE HIS OWN
SOUL?” (Mark 8:36) That is why WME attempts to place churches alongside humanitarian projects.
We follow His call to go into the nations and share God’s message of salvation and restoration.
WME has built hundreds of native churches over the years where countless lives
have been transformed.
These churches are indigenous, self-governing, self-propagating and, as soon as possible, self-
supporting. Of course, this has not come easily. Our Native Missionaries have labored in areas
where there has been little Christian presence or no evangelical church, and many have faced
major opposition to the spreading of the Gospel. But these Native Missionaries willingly face
persecution and hardship to see these native churches planted.
In developing nations, a church is a gathering place for an entire community.
Churches become focal points for their communities with doors that are often open daily. In
many cases, a church becomes a center that provides childcare, a place for adult and child
education, a site for gatherings and meetings, a feeding center, a shelter, and a beacon for
Christ in places where many have never heard the name of Jesus.
It means so much to these Christians to have a place to gather for prayer, praise and worship.
A church building is more than a symbol for them; it is the answer to a prayer and the
foundation for a family of believers who lead others to salvation and to a better life.
In addition, there is a constant plea from the field to send more Bibles.
We hear it regularly from the ministers who work with us — PLEASE SEND MORE BIBLES, both for
adults and for children. For the precious people we serve, receiving a copy of God’s Word in
their native tongue is a treasured gift with an immeasurable impact.
If you want to help plant native churches and send Bibles that bring the Light
of Jesus Christ into darkness, please contact WME about Churches &