Serving God in holiness and righteousness, World Gospel Mission connects in ministry with churches worldwide to make disciples of Jesus Christ among all nations.
World Gospel Mission will minister through preaching, teaching, and healing ministries. World Gospel Mission will assist in forming culturally relevant congregations comprised of maturing disciples of Jesus Christ who will evangelize and reproduce themselves within their own cultures and across cultural boundaries ( 2 Timothy 2:2) and call believers to the deeper work of God in the human heart of being cleansed from all sin and filled with the Holy Spirit by faith (1 Thessalonians 4:3).
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WGM's Core Values
World Gospel Mission affirms that as ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, our sufficiency is from God (2 Corinthians 3:5) and apart from Christ we can do nothing. For this reason, we depend on prayer as vital to everything we do. We seek God’s direction in our decision-making, understanding that we need His help and direction every day.
God tells us that we are to be holy as He is holy (1 Peter 1:16). To that end, we are committed to the demonstration of a practical holiness that shows itself in a life that is lived daily under the direction of the Spirit, demonstrates the fruit of the Spirit, and is characterized by service and integrity. We emphasize scriptural holiness as a doctrine to be believed, an experience to be received, a message to be declared, and a way of life to be demonstrated.
WGM works in partnership with sending churches to establish growing churches that will, in turn, become sending churches. While our ministry takes many forms, including preaching, teaching, and healing ministries, everything we do has as its ultimate focus the salvation of souls and the building of the church of Jesus Christ. This value is important to us as we set ministry strategies and evaluate current activities.
As a ministry entrusted with the stewardship of funds given for the purpose of expanding the kingdom of God, WGM holds a high standard of accountability and accurate reporting of finances. We provide donors with meaningful, accurate, and up-to-date information about expenditures and programs. We also expect the lives of WGM missionaries and staff to be characterized by honesty and by harmony between what is professed and what is practiced.
As stewards of a critical mission, we strive to complete all we do with the highest quality of workmanship possible. Since we work cross-culturally, sometimes the measures that we use differ from what they would be if we were working in only one culture. As a result, we are flexible in our methods, innovative and willing to try new approaches, and constantly aware that results are not always immediately evident in kingdom work. We strive to foster a culture of lifetime learning by providing ongoing training opportunities for our people.
The Apostle Paul stated, “I am made all things to all men, that I might by all means save some” (1 Corinthians 9:22). WGM values this approach to world evangelism, in imitation of Christ’s humbling Himself to reach all men. Although we may provide materials, knowledge, seminars, institutions, and programs, our greater gift to the body of Christ is our service.
There is a strong sense of family at WGM. We choose an organizational structure that emphasizes a collaborative decision-making process. We value one another and treat each other with dignity, respect, and courtesy. This spirit extends to our donors, prayer partners, and volunteers, whom we consider partners with us in a common mission. We also reach out to other organizations, seeking to find areas in which we can partner in ministry, working together as one rather than duplicating efforts unnecessarily.