Reach. Raise. Renew.
We have spent time in prayer and listening to what God is saying to us about who we are and our unique contribution to God’s Kingdom. Our desire is to focus on primarily three anchor causes:
“Direct your children onto the right path, and when they are older, they will not leave it.” Proverbs 22:6
Nearly 80% of people in our churches today decided to follow Jesus before age 18. 50% of them decided to follow Jesus before the age of 12. We believe we need to prioritize our investment in reaching the younger generation.
Raising Up Leaders
for the Global Church
“The harvest is great, but the workers are few. So pray to the Lord who is in charge of the harvest; ask him to send more workers into his fields.” Luke 10:2
The global church is growing at an estimated rate of 50,000 people a day – creating a need for 500 trained pastors a day. Yet up to 62% of church leaders around the world have had no formal training. We believe the health of the church in our generation is linked to the health of its leaders.
Renewing Our City
with God’s Love
“In the same way, let your good deeds shine out for all to see, so that everyone will praise your heavenly Father.” – Matthew 5:16
Jesus said that by our fruit people would recognize us and be drawn to God. It is strange to think that integrity and grace would be counter-cultural for the church, but sadly they are. We believe that WMBC has a unique opportunity to lead with love and show our city that Jesus is for them.
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Brian & Clarissa, Cole, Mason, Leah
Ancla de Amor
Cliff & Krista, Luis, Makenna, Leah
Youth for Christ Winnipeg
Serving in Southeast Asia
“Please pray for the millions in my city, that God would soften many hearts to receive His love and life. Pray for the local church to strengthen their approaches in evangelism, to develop more lay leaders, and for more churches to intentionally plant new churches!”