About Us

World Changers exists to be an example and expression of Jesus of Nazareth to the world’s forgotten, marginalized, neglected and unreached peoples.  The majority of these people live in Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa, with large and growing concentrations located in cities of Western Europe.  For the most part, these peoples are found among the Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist countries.

Our vision is to see the ancient, future faith Church of Jesus Christ flourishing in these regions and cities.  We believe the first century Church multiplied to the ends of the earth by the third century and is still responsible to serve God’s creation today.

The objective is to bring the Gospel of hope, help and healing to the peoples with the least access to the Body of Christ.   

Strategies are flexible, but we primarily focus on partnering with national workers and leaders working with street kids, orphans, abandoned children, kids rescued from slavery or prostitution, micro-enterprise projects, small and co-op farms, leadership training seminars, Bible college training, church planting projects, short-term teams, volunteer emergency relief and development, and other projects identified by national leaders in these cities and regions.  

An example of a national strategy would be a fellowship of churches in Nepal –they take-in abandoned kids off the street and place them in loving Christian homes.  These children are now the second generation of Christian leaders who have been trained through the Bible college and/or given technical training.  They are leading a vast network multiplying churches.

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WCI, PO Box 23,

Charleston, IL 61920

Phone  : 1.314.393.8794


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TESTIMONIALS

“I hope more people will stand with Gary Barnes and World Changers in this ministry. He plays a strategic role in missions and missions mobilization.” 

 

- George Verwer, Founder
Operation Mobilization, London, GB

 

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