Since 1971, TCWM has been utilizing creative means to communicate the biblical message of God’s holiness, love, and grace to people world wide, and leading God’s people to do the same. We do this primarily by mobilizing committed disciples, from across the United States, on short-term mission trips.
Our trips range in focus from medical/dental/eye clinics, to remote backpacking for research of unreached people groups, to prayer walking and personal evangelism in some of the most unreached parts of the world.
TCWM has well-established, ongoing work, on four continents. Our National Partners are a key part of the strategy God is using to advance His eternal Kingdom. It is vital that we continue equipping the local church to conduct the work of the ministry of reconciliation given to all disciples of Jesus Christ.
Many of our National Partners are not able to afford theological education. However, we believe God is providing answers. We are actively seeking Spirit-filled Equippers to go and teach these brothers and sisters, pouring into them for eternal benefit.
TCWM has worked with various denominations and agencies in the past including the SBC International Mission Board (IMB). TCWM leadership regularly works closely with Kingdom-minded partners at home and abroad to discover, develop, and deploy in meaningful ways to advance the Kingdom of Christ among the nations.
We do this through "on the field" missional training, deployment logistics, and management of strategic mission points around the globe. To date, TCWM has worked in 126 countries, and among several hundred people groups.
Unreached and unengaged people groups around the globe. Many people around the world have little to no access to the gospel. TCWM is committed to deploying teams to conduct ethnographic research, discovering who a people group is, where they live, their world-view, and how to best communicate the gospel in their context.
Missionally motivated churches who desire to partner to engage the unreached people of the world to share the gospel and equip indigenous leaders to plant churches.Unreached and unengaged people groups around the globe. Many people around the world have little to no access to the gospel. TCWM is committed to deploying teams to discover who a people group is, where they live, their world-view, and how to best communicate the gospel in their context.
The best means to contextually communicate the gospel, make disciples, and be used to form healthy churches among people next door or around the world. There is no such thing as a “one size fits all” in missions and evangelism.
Obedient followers of Jesus Christ who desire to utilize their God-given talents, skills, passions and resources to share the gospel and eternally impact the Kingdom of God.
Contextualized strategies for utilizing short-term mission teams to preach the gospel, make disciples, and help them form into local churches with Spirit-led indigenous leadership.
Customized plans for churches to successfully engage their local community with the gospel. TCWM believes that the resources to engage your church’s community are within the congregation.
Infrastructure for optimizing reproducibility and ongoing sustainability in mission fields around the world. There is a fine line between developing infrastructures and developing unhealthy dependance. TCWM prayerfully strives to maintain that balance and empower indigenous leadership.
Leaders both in the United States and around the world who are committed to obediently following the command of Jesus Christ to make disciples of all people groups from next door to the ends of the Earth.
Short-term mission teams to preach the gospel, make disciples, and help them form into local churches with Spirit-led indigenous leadership among the currently unreached and unengaged people groups of the world.
Resources to equip Christian leaders. Since 1986, TCWM has operated orphanages, or boarding schools, that have raised up hundreds of Christian leaders, pastors, and church planters.
Believers into their personal circles of influence to take the Gospel into their workplace, schools, families, and social networks.
Congregations of believers in other parts of the world to engage their Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and ends of the Earth.