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Jesus came and spoke to them: All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age. Matthew 28:18-20

Hey friend, it's wonderful that you are here today. Thank you for stopping by.

Ours is truly an unprecedented time. A time when every means to spread the Good News about Jesus the Christ can be employed. Every legitimate form of communication and church structure can and should be utilized in the time which remains.

Dark clouds are gathering. Things often seem to be going backwards - not forward - for the cause of the Kingdom. At the same time, there are now more inhabitants on our planet than in all previous ages combined. What an opportunity!

The battle for the heart, mind, and soul of every person and institution on earth is truly underway. As surely as victory has been promised so participation by all is required.

The Church is called to a mission - not merely to "be the church." It is a living organism as well as an institution. One, with the historical Jesus as the Head - a Head who has appointed evangelists, earthly shepherds, and ordinary people. The mission is to spread the Good News and to make disciples of all nations. And much more, of course.

Our purpose at the World Missions Network is twofold. First, to encourage every Christian to involve themselves in sharing the gospel with others. Not as a "have to" but rather a "get to". And secondly to promote the promised victory of God's work on earth. To generate joy, optimism, encouragement and motivation in these epoch times, regardless of what their views are concerning the last days.

In the spirit of the two ancient spies who returned from the promised land and declared against all odds, we enter the future: This land is God's and it can become ours according to his promise and command. Numbers 13-14. Today, the world still belongs to the Creator and we still desire to bring every person and every thought into joyful captivity to Him.

Finally, please notice that the World Missions Network exercises no authority or control over any of the individuals or groups listed on this site. All is voluntary. Everyone is welcome to participate, to question, to inform, and to lift up others.

Brothers and sisters, the hour is late. Let us not be overcome with evil but overcome evil with good. Let's join together in prayer for a revival so great that the present day structures cannot contain it.

David Anderson