FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: WORLDVENTURE HIRES NEW ADVANCEMENT VP NEW HIRE SIGNALS FIRST STEP IN NEW STRATEGY FOR ADVANCEMENT [Denver, CO, June 18, 2018] Signaling a new strategy for advancement, church partnerships, missionary recruiting, and donor development, WorldVenture president, Dr. Jeff Denlinger, announced the hiring of Dr. James V. Bull
ARNO ENNS, RESPECTED MISSIONARY AND LEADER, FINISHES THE RACE (Denver, CO) – WorldVenture announces the bittersweet news that Arno Enns, veteran missionary to Argentina and influential leader for WorldVenture, died at noon on Tuesday, February 20, 2018, at the age of 93. During his and Cora Lee’s time in Argentina,
On January 11, 2018, Mark Zuckerberg announced on Facebook to its 2 billion users that he is returning Facebook to its roots. The Facebook founder called it “time well spent” to return to helping, “… people stay connected and bring us closer with the people that matter to us.” While
Austria has roughly the same population as New York City. Yet the number of evangelical Christians in the whole country couldn’t fill Yankee Stadium. Only 0.5 percent of the population is evangelical. Or about 43,000 in a country of 8.6 million people. WorldVenture workers Nate and Bethany Johnson hope to
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WorldVenture missionaries are moving beyond syntax to ignite spiritual movements.
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