Approximately 50 developers, coders, and designers gathered at WorldVenture for a weekend of creating technology for the Kingdom.
When retirement sounded too easy, one WorldVenture couple opened their home to troubled teens.
One WorldVenture missionary brings dignity to nursing, a profession with little respect in Uganda.
During the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha, 385 Muslim children hear a greater story of sacrifice.
I believe more than ever that raising support is not what you do before you do ministry. It is ministry.
The process of partner development prepares missionaries for long-term success on the field.
WorldVenture workers were doing refugee ministry before it was cool.
A refreshing look at one missionary’s story through pain, persecution, and joy.
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- Alumni: Melba Means
- The Art of Worship in Today’s Russia
- The (Un)Spoken Word of God
- Breaking Down Babel
- Missionaries in the Philippine Drug Conflict
- Former Kenyan President’s Gift Scores Goal With WorldVenture
- Is Mental Health a Priority in Missions?
- Winning Projects from the Second Annual Rocky Mountain Hackathon
- The American Grandparents of Lithuanian Orphans
- A Different Approach to Health Care in Africa
- 385 Kids Attend Bible Lesson at Missionaries’ Home