About Us

Statement of Vision:

The vision for "One World Missions" came from our desire to see the body of Christ, including mission structures and church structures, working together in extending God's Kingdom to all nations.  We recognize that alone we are limited in our abilities and resources but together we can combine our strengths and visions to accomplish greater things for God than we ever could alone.  Our goal is to unite the body of Christ under the purpose of preaching the Gospel and making disciples of all peoples.  Our desire is to bridge the church to mission and mission to the church by forging synergistic relationships between mission structures and local church and church networks.  We work to establish relationships within the body that cross the lines of nationality, geography and denomination.  It is about serving the body of Christ by serving the local churches and mission structures all over the world.  Building relationships that will become the platform for fulfilling God's plans together.

Statement of Mission:

One World Missions is a partner supported missions outreach that is challenging the body of Christ around the world with God's global cause and equipping them to answer that calling.  We are accomplishing this by educating the body of Christ concerning God’s heart for the nations, training leaders in effective Kingdom building strategy, coordinating mission efforts with our mission’s partners around the world and training the next generation of missionaries. 

One World Missions works to catalyze church planting, discipleship and mission movements among the nations.  We are working to establish networks made up of church and mission leaders providing a broad platform for mission to be carried out by anyone and everyone to anywhere and everywhere.  We believe that God's mission is global and His mission force is global and only together can we reached the unreached.

"It will not do to say that you have no special call to go. With the command of Christ to go and preach the gospel, you need rather to ascertain if you have a special call to stay at home."
- Hudson Taylor
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