Claire Elyse Photography

Welcoming the Refugee: A Call to the Church

The current refugee crisis has been called the worst humanitarian crisis since WWII. How will the Church respond? Jesus said, "And whoever gives one of these little ones even a cup of cold water because he is a disciple, truly, I say to you, he will by no means lose his reward.” Watch this video and learn what God is doing through the Church in Europe, where men and women are coming to faith and finding community among believers.

___________________________


This year’s pre-conference to the PCA Global Missions Conference is “Welcoming the Refugee.” Join us in Dallas November 9–10 to learn about refugee and immigration issues from ministry experts. You’ll hear powerful stories of changed lives and find out how you can be part of a worldwide kingdom movement to be the hands and feet of Jesus to the displaced. Learn more at www.mtw.org/preconference.
Claire Elyse Photography in Video on Jun 22, 2017

Subscribe to MTW Online

Please login to continue
Forgot your password?
Recover it here.
Don't have an account?
Create an Account

Register for a Free Account

Name
Email
Choose Password
Confirm Password

GET INVOLVED

MTW West Coast Hub Assistant Director
Longer
Reach Out to Ukrainians in Odessa
Summer Internship
Reach Some "Amazing" Children and Youth: Couple Needed
Summer Internship
Cambodia Village Internship
Summer Internship
HELP REFUGEES IN ATHENS, GREECE
Trips - 1 to 3 weeks
Mercy Ministry in Nicaragua
Trips - 1 to 3 weeks

We Need Each Other

The eye cannot say to the hand, "I don't need you!" And the head cannot say to the feet, "I don't need you."

SEE MORE

Missions and the Church - Kevin DeYoung, GMC 2017

What does the Word of God call us to do in missions and how does that relate to the centrality of the church?

SEE MORE

Gospel Transformation - Lloyd Kim, GMC 2017

How does real change happen? Whether in individuals or communities, it doesn't come through worldly solutions, but through meeting Jesus.

SEE MORE

In Their Own Words: Three Refugee Stories

Jenny, a missionary in Europe, collected these stories of faith from refugees she's gotten to know personally through her work there.

SEE MORE

My Calling to Ukraine: A Video

At 20 Doug Shepherd understood the gospel, but didn't know if he was fit to serve. Watch as he shares how he came to recognize God's call.

SEE MORE

Making Disciples: Training Up the Next Generation of Spiritual Givers

Those of us with the spiritual gift of giving are also called to play our role in making disciples—disciples who have the gift of giving.

SEE MORE

Pray for the abandoned and disabled children living at The Josephine House in Cusco, Peru. Pray that they will grow in the knowledge of Christ and be adopted into godly homes. 

Pray for the musicians (and fishermen) in "The Band" of Nosy Be, Madagascar. They've put newly-translated Scripture to music, but are just beginning to grasp its meaning.

Pray for the ministry of the Etiennes in Gonaives, Haiti. Pray for the church, schools, children's homes, and for the raising up of national leaders.

Pray for national pastor Giotis Kantartzis and missionaries Philip and Kay Luther serving in Athens, Greece, as they work toward a vision of expansive church-planting in a region that is hungry for truth.

Pray for new churches being planted in Colombia. Every church MTW helps plant is a missionary church whose vision from the start is to plant other churches.

Pray for the ministry in Brussels, Belgium, as we reach out to internationals from many different cultures in this diverse city. 

Pray for a church plant in Toulouse, France, to grow with new servant-disciples who bring in more new disciples, all drawing closer to Christ.

Pray for the John Calvin Seminary in Aix-en-Provence, France: for new students, adaptive leadership courses, capacity to adapt cross-culturally, workers for the harvest, kingdom expansion. 

Slovakia: Pray for 10 new church plants, 10 new church planters, and 10 new core teams in 10 years. 

Pray for MTW's first work in Rotterdam, as the missionaries work with a Dutch team planting multi-cultural churches.