Encompass World Partners News

New Eyes After Birmingham

Monday, 05 December 2016 19:02

Susie Agnolutto had been going to the same laundromat for 20 years without experiencing anything more extraordinary than the clothes getting clean.


Encompass World Partners currently assists orphans, widows, and the sick in Africa. All three ministries serve these vulnerable people and would benefit from the generous investments of individuals, small groups, and churches. In this holiday season of giving, consider helping one of the least of these.


Update on Hurricane Matthew Response

Friday, 02 December 2016 20:36

Barb Wooler, Director of Crisis Response at Encompass World Partners has issued a video update (video below) on the organization’s involvement with the restoration of communities wrecked by Hurricane Matthew. As you may recall, this tragic storm swept through the Caribbean causing significant damage.


An Ocean Away, But It's Okay

Thursday, 01 December 2016 20:22

When John and Shari Jones gathered their eight grown children together in the beauty of Glacier National Park, they had big news.


Serving the Vulnerable in Africa

Thursday, 01 December 2016 19:55

“As you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it unto me.” –Matthew 25:40

As war and scarcity impact the lives of so many in central Africa, Encompass World Partners continues its mission to showcase the love and mercy of God. Through ministries that aim to meet the mental and physical needs of the least of these, Encompass global workers joyfully share Christ as they serve his people. Currently, three types of ministries exist to care for the vulnerable: Orphan Schools, Widow Care, and Medical Aid.


Widows Rejoice!

Thursday, 01 December 2016 19:02

Of all the damage caused by the recent civil war in the Central African Republic, some of the worst has been the terrorizing of vulnerable women and children.


Jamie is a tech-savvy, community oriented, well-informed, innovative, compassionate, authentic global citizen. She loves opportunities where she can be a part of a cause or movement that brings about a greater good. Her general interest in making the world a better place is one of her most admirable qualities. Jamie is a millennial Christian and proud of it.



If you’ve been tracking with this blog for any amount of time, it’s obvious that we exist to send more fruitful disciple-making teams to the least reached. But, you’re right…not everyone is supposed to go overseas to share the gospel. And for those God has called to remain in their home culture, there is a responsibility.


Generational profiles help us understand the behaviors and values of people within different age groups.


Dr. Hibaile Honored in New York City

Thursday, 17 November 2016 13:49

Movement Day was launched as an initiative of the New York Leadership Center to gather up ministry, marketplace, and non-profit leaders who are passionate about cities around the world and the Gospel of Jesus.