Here at World Missions and Evangelism, we are so thankful to God for His goodness. His blessings this year have been abundant!
Here are some of the things we are thankful for:
An increasing Harvest of souls in the INSTAR (Latin American Church Planting Movement) Project. In the Last 12 months 432 new Groups and Churches have been multiplied! Total 859 Groups and Churches! 8,163 people are a part of these Groups and Churches. In the last year, 1,423 have accepted Christ and 1,839 have been baptized.
The INSTAR Project is already, or is preparing to walk through new doors into Guatemala, Ecuador, and Argentina. In addition, Honduras,Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Colombia, and Mexico have been and are being touched. We now sit on the brink of greater advance of the Gospel than ever before!
WME is blessed to be touching many nations around the world through the ministries of our Affiliated Missionaries and Missions Projects! Indonesia and Region, African nations, China and its region, Europe, Australia, and North America are being impacted in addition to the INSTAR Project in Latin America. We are thankful for the Missionaries and Ministries that are affiliated with WME.
WME has a great group of Intercessors, that receive weekly prayer updates. We are thankful for these wonderful people who are doing Ministry that is impacting the world through their prayers!
WME has a great group of financial partners, both for the missionaries and for the Projects. These include generous people and Partnering Churches that sacrificially give to see the Gospel spread through the ministries of WME.
We are thankful for the wonderful office staff that works at WME. Jenny Demumbree, our Financial Director, and Jacob Harlan, our Communications Director, are a blessing to work with, and they love the Lord, our partners and our missionaries!
We are thankful to God for His amazing mercies to all of us at WME, from the staff to the missionaries to the prayer and financial supporters! We are thankful for continued life, health, and protection. Our missionaries and field partners have been spared this year and delivered from dangerous situations. We are thankful for protection in our travels around the world. ALL GLORY AND HONOR GOES TO OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST! WITHOUT HIM WE CAN DO NOTHING!
We are blessed to be connected with, and work with, the finest people on earth.
Finally, we are thankful TO you, our faithful prayer supporters and givers! WME is truly Your Ministry to the World! Without Your Ministry of Prayer and Support, WME does not move forward. Thanks so much for Everything! We Appreciate you more than we can say!
World Missions and Evangelism, Inc.
Fifteenth Missions Conference
Missions Revolution 2014
November 7-9, 2014
Oasis Christian Center
3232 Buckner Lane
Paducah, KY 42001
Phone: (270) 443- 8122
Special Guests Speakers:
and his wife, Jeannie, have been preaching the Gospel for over 60 years. They have traveled all over the nation and to several places abroad as ambassadors for Jesus Christ. They have helped establish churches in Northern Canada among the Tribal Indian people, and held evangelistic crusades in the Philippines, Jamaica, and Mexico. Bro. Moore holds a Doctorate of Divinity from Logos Christian College in Jacksonville Florida. He has Bible college courses available through his website at firstname.lastname@example.org
. He understands that there are people who cannot afford the expense of Bible College and either feel called to local ministry or want to increase their knowledge of the Word. The Moore’s have a heart for people to equip, encourage, enlighten and enlist them into God’s great harvest.
Dr. Dean Lunsford is a visionary leader and innovator with a heart to draw unreached people to the feet of Christ, and then to encourage, equip, and train them to fulfill God’s call on their lives. With a background that includes church pastoring, church planting, world evangelism, TV and radio communications, teaching at the college level and working extensively to foster fellowship and unity within the church, Dr. Lunsford possesses the wisdom, experience and anointing to profoundly impact those who sit under his ministry. His wife, Barbara shares his passion and vision, and they are uniquely qualified in ministry, both possessing Doctorates of Divinity from Logos Christian College. Dr. Lunsford has served for several years as Executive Vice President with Logos Global Network, and interdenominational gathering of churches and ministries with a vision to raise up a fellowship that will serve and facilitate responsibilities and challenges that men and women face as they fulfill their God-given callings. Drs. Dean and Barbara minister with the sole purpose and desire to impart Jesus Christ to those around them, so that the work and influence of the Kingdom of God will grow until the time of Christ’s return.
Dr. David Parish is the President of World Missions and Evangelism, Inc. based in Benton, Kentucky. He has served as the President of WME since its founding in 1988. David graduated from Lee College in 1984 with a degree in Bible and Theology and in 2005 from Oral Roberts University with a degree in practical theology. He also holds an honorary doctorate of divinity from Holy Trinity College and Seminary. He served on the pastoral staff of Christian Fellowship Ministries from 1984 to 2008 where he was Senior Pastor for fourteen years. David has actively participated in mission trips, trainings, church planting and disciple making in Africa, Asia, Central and South America for more than 20 years. David’s wife of 32 years, Patty, teaches Organizational Communications at Murray State University.
Make reservations by contacting:
World Missions and Evangelism, Inc. at 270-527-9445
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Accommodations available at:
The Courtyard Marriott
3835 Technology Dr.
Paducah, KY 42001
Special Conference Rate – $79.00 per night
Limited number of rooms available at no expense for missionaries only. Call WME office for details about a free room. 270-527-9445.
Continental Breakfast Available
Please ask for “WME Conference” when making reservations.
Meals will be provided by Oasis Christian Center:
Refreshments available after the service
Lunch served after the morning service
Refreshments served after the evening service
Lunch served after the service