Encompass World Partners News

"So, How'd It Go?"

Tuesday, 28 February 2017 14:06

Soon after Tyler accepted Christ in college, God called him to go preach the gospel in a place where Christians were scarce.


Healing at the Global Evangelists Forum

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 14:48

Last November, leaders in the Central African Republic gathered for a Global Evangelists Forum with a focus on reconciliation and healing.


Last month, the election for the executive positions in the African Union of Churches was held at this year’s National Conference in the Central African Republic.


CALLED: Everything Changed in Lincoln

Friday, 14 June 2019 06:01

The CALLED series is a collection of stories that highlight the amazing ways God prepares the hearts of people for their role in Global Missions. We hope these stories inspire you to prayerfully consider your own participation in making disciples of all nations.


A Partnership Built on Sending Goers

Wednesday, 08 February 2017 17:26

Great partnerships often start as simple relationships.

In the late 1970s, after 14 years of work in Brazil, Encompass Global Workers Ralph and Martha Schwartz moved to central California to minister in a small church. During their time in Santa Maria, the Schwartz family encountered hardships and had to make difficult decisions about the continuation of their ministry, but they maintained their commitment to faithfully invest in the people around them.


Not Alone in Poland

Wednesday, 08 February 2017 17:13

In 1989, the Berlin Wall came down. Communism was diminishing in Eastern Europe, and each change opened doors for evangelical ministries. 


Faithful Ministry Where Satan Has a Throne

Monday, 06 February 2017 11:56

In mid-January, the 56th annual African Union of Churches National Conference met in the town of Yaloke, Central African Republic.


UPDATE 2/6/2017: "My family is well. God answered your prayers on behalf of my siblings. The news I got is that my mom and other relatives are fine in another village where they fled to protect them from the rebels attack last Thursday in Bocaranga. Please continue to pray for their severe humanitarian condition they are in now. People in Bocaranga my home town need food, water, but above all, they want protect and peace. Thanks for your support."  --Augustin



Thoughts On Immigration

Thursday, 02 February 2017 17:10

The topic of immigration has certainly been at the forefront of cultural and political discussion. What do history, the Bible, and current thought have to say about this hot-button issue?


Great Leadership After Christmas Day Typhoon

Wednesday, 01 February 2017 21:20

On Christmas day in the Philippines, a massive typhoon called Nock-ten (Nina) ripped through the mainland, causing heavy damage to buildings, roads, and crops.