“America is changing - the world has come to us. Our missionaries and missionary associates must serve as a bridge for the indigenous pastor to reach the nations with the Gospel of our Lord. We must help them reach their people, in their own language and culture, in a country that is not their own. We must also serve with compassion every person that has been impacted by disability and those who have been trafficked. Intercultural Ministries exists to reach those on the margin of society with the compassionate love of Christ.” —Wayne Huffman, Intercultural Ministries senior director
Intercultural Ministries serves the distinctive cultural, ethnic, and language groups within the United States. Our nation is called home by over five hundred diverse people groups who speak more than six hundred languages. Intercultural missionaries also minister to those in compassion groups, like people with disabilities, the blind, the deaf, as well as those in human trafficking, and foster care.
Many Intercultural missionaries build relationships with people by teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) classes in their communities. Others rescue women and children from human trafficking and prostitution.
God is bringing the world to our doors. Instead of Christians from the United States traveling overseas to reach the world with the gospel, God is bringing the world here.
313 Missionaries and spouses
115 Missionary Associates and spouses
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