Serve the World

THE COMMAND IS SIMPLE.


While on earth, Jesus defined what it meant to serve, to love, to empower, and to bless. Then, He told us to follow Him. We who claim to follow Christ are given a mission; to go and be Christ to others. This command comes without regard to class, culture, ethnicity, language, gender or standard of living. And while we are not all called to share the hope of Christ in the same way, we are all called to do something.

It may be as simple as changing how we pray, or as adventurous as traveling across the world. Woodmen's Global Impact is a place to explore upcoming global opportunities, to engage in conversation with God, and to determine if He is calling you to go impact the nations. Call Deb Brown, Woodmen's Global Impact Director, at 719.388.4990 or by email.

GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES

El Salvador

November 09, 2018 to November 17, 2018
El Salvador
Journey to El Salvador to help the local church as they serve families living in poverty. Our team will have the opportunity to provide chilren’s activities, minor construction, sports camps, leadership instruction or skills training such as baking or computers. Relationships will be built as we love and serve together in meeting needs and as we visit the homes of children sponsored through one of Compassion’s programs. Apply now to engage in serving people in need! Application deadline is August 31, 2018.
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Woodmen's Global Focus Areas


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Poverty alleviation and child development through partnership with Compassion

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Medical ministry in Africa through partnership with Cure International

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Teaching in Laos in partnership with ELIC

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Church planting and community development in South Asia through partnership with Empart USA

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Evanglism and Church planting in Estonia through partnership with Josiah Venture and Evangelical Alliance

Strategic Partnerships

Find out more about our Strategic Partnerships and explore opportunities to serve with them.

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Since its founding in 1996, CURE hospitals have performed more than 190,000 procedures, more than 110,000 children have been treated at CURE clubfoot partner clinics, and surgeons trained by CURE have performed more than 10,000 procedures to treat hydrocephalus and spina bifida.

CURE

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Compassion International is a child-advocacy ministry that pairs compassionate people with those who are suffering from poverty. The ministry releases children from spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty. The goal is for each child to become a responsible and fulfilled adult.

Compassion

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Empart’s ministry is in Asia, particularly in the region known as South Asia. The continent is home to the single largest concentration of unreached people in the world from city dwellers to jungle villages and remote tribes. The one thing they have in common is their need to hear about a Savior who loves them.

Empart USA

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Since 1981, ELIC has trained thousands of passionate people to work with government and institutional partners who want our professional education services. These services include placement and management of English teachers and teams, consulting, curriculum design and implementation, training, and refugee work.

ELIC

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Josiah Venture has grown from three couples in 1993 to over 300 staff today. Located in 13 countries in Europe, along with a support team in America, over half of our staff are nationals.

Josiah Venture


GLOBAL GRANTS

In addition to our existing partnerships, a global grant application program exists to consider other support or partnering requests. Download the application below to start the process. The global grant team reviews applications regularly.

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