Our Schedule:

Teaching English and Art together, putting on the GospelCafé concerts, prayer, meeting with our new French friends. It's a good life!

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World Team

For a comprehensive look at our sending agency please visit their website.

“To glorify God by working together to establish reproducing 
churches focusing on the unreached peoples of the world.”
Core Values 
• The Gospel – is the message we are called to share.  It directs and shapes every aspect of our lives and ministry.
• Prayer and Worship – are the expressions of our dedication to God and our totally dependency upon Him to intervene in our lives and work.
• Interdependence – is the essence of our working together within the Body of Christ expressed in teamwork and partnerships to extend God’s Kingdom.
• Developing and Releasing Leaders – is the most effective and biblical means of preparing national leaders and missionaries for church planting and church multiplication.
History: Two Agencies Combining Forces
RBMU – H. Grattan and Fanny Guinness started Regions Beyond Missionary Union - today called World Team. Grattan offered to join the China Inland Mission founded 
by Hudson Taylor in 1865, but took Taylor's advice to continue his work in London training missionaries.
     In March, 1873 they started the famous East London Missionary Training Institute (also called Harley College) in London.  By 1915 the school trained over 1500 missionaries for 40 missionary societies of 30 denominations. Harley College was renamed Hulme Cliff College. Now known as Cliff College it continues to this day training and equipping Christians for mission and evangelism.
     In 1877 Guinness founded the Livingstone Inland Mission. In 1888, the Congo-Baolo Mission, and in 1898 initiated the Regions Beyond Missionary Union. RBMU North American branch began in 1947 in the US and Canada to represent the needs of the British mission until 1977 when it became autonomous.
WORLDTEAM – West Indies Mission was started in 1928 in Cuba by a Canadian, an American, a Cuban & a Spaniard.  It started as Los Pinos Nuevos Bible Bible Institue and spread to Haiti and throughout the Carribean.  In the 70's it expanded into South America and Europe and in 1978 (at their 50th anniversary) was re-named Worldteam.
     The two agencies merged in 1995 and are now called World TeamWhen the two combined forces it was the merger of a predominantly tribal church planting mission (RBMU) with a predominantly urban church planting mission (WT).  The World Team name was chosen (and changed to 2 separate words to mark the change) because it best reflected what was true about both missions. 

World Team's focus is church planting in unreached areas in 28 countries and 59 people groups around the world.