YWAM’s global prayer day is coming soon! Darlene Cunningham, YWAM’s Co-Founder, explains the importance of YWAM’s first prayer topic: ending Bible poverty.
Dear YWAM Global Family,
These are amazing days that we are living in—so many exciting reports of multiplication of workers and of people coming to Jesus. Yet, at the same time, […]
Planeloads of YWAM workers from around the world are now arriving at the Townsville, Australia airport. Across the campus of YWAM Townsville, blue and green decorations have been hung, a huge meeting area has been constructed, and people are already meeting together around tables in the warm Australia sun. […]
YWAM has always been committed to prayer and seeking God. We do this as individuals, as bases, as nations, and at many other levels. YWAM’s Founders’ Circle and many of YWAM’s elders believe that now is the time for YWAM everywhere to come together in prayer in an even more […]
Many of YWAM’s leaders have sensed that the time is right to call YWAM staff, students, volunteers and friends from around the world to join them in prayer. They invite you to pray with them on a monthly basis: one month for local concerns, the next month for areas where […]
ISIS fighters in the Middle East are coming to Christ through dreams and visions, and God has a part for YWAM to play in it! We will also hear about the earthquake relief work happening in Nepal, an upcoming global workshop and celebration happening in Australia, and more on […]
In Nepal, YWAM teams continue to reach the areas of the country most affected by the initial 7.8 earthquake, and the severe aftershock of 7.3 on May 12. To support YWAM’s Nepal relief effort, please click here to donate and pick “Nepal Relief” from the drop-down […]
In Nepal, YWAM workers continue to care for victims of the April 25 earthquake. To support their work, please click donate now and pick “Nepal Relief” from the drop-down menu.
YWAM teams have cared for earthquake victims in a variety of ways. One team came to Kathmandu […]
YWAM workers in Nepal plus a RescueNet team of 16 are reaching out to people affected by the April 25 devastating earthquake in Nepal. If you would like to help YWAM’s workers care for Nepalis in need, please click donate now and pick “Nepal Relief” from […]
Dr. Douglas D. Feaver, founder of the College of Humanities and International Studies at YWAM’s University of the Nations and a role model to generations of staff and students worldwide, died peacefully at his home in Bethlehem, PA, on April 6. He was 93.
As they began clearing up after groups of extremists in Niger vandalized their home and destroyed their possessions, a family of Christians associated with YWAM has been encouraged and supported by the sincere help of their Muslim neighbors.