Mission to the World
MTW sends nearly 700 Christian workers to 97 countries all over the world who are committed to the establishment, growth, and maturity of the church. All that we do flows into, rests within, or flow out of the local church.
For example, establishing a new church might require people who can teach national leaders, or evangelize through sports ministry, or provide a local medical clinic. These ways of serving can reach and equip future leaders and build connections in the community.
Serving within the church would be church planters, assistant pastors, disciplers, teachers, and others who directly support the growth and maturity of the church.
Flowing out of a healthy, growing church will be ministries that transform the community and continue to draw others to the gospel message, such as teaching English, caring for orphans, art and music outreach, or serving refugees.
We have an urgent and ongoing need for church planters; but even if you’re not an ordained minister, you can serve in church planting in myriad ways—in as many ways as God has gifted you.