The Not Forgotten Conference

Dean Sherman says, "The Church should suspend all other activities and just care for the people in trouble worldwide. Everything else we have a vision for would come out of that."   The current refugee crisis presents a great mission opportunity for YWAM to touch the least, the last and the lost.

One focus in The Not Forgotten Conference," is engaging refugee peoples.  Mel G. from West Asia…

Bring Your Eyes and See

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Empowering the poor through community development

Domestic violence is an issue faced by many families so YWAM together with the People's Committee of Van Con commune held some training to raise awareness in the community on Gender Equality and Domestic Violence. 

We emphasised the importance of clear family communication, especially considering many Vietnamese households have more than one generation living together. 


Volunteer at Home of the Open Heart

There is an estimated 580,000 people living with HIV in Thailand. Of those, an estimated 16,000 are under 14 years of age (UNAIDS). Chiang Rai, one of the provinces worst hit by the AIDS pandemic, had no home for HIV positive babies. Project L.I.F.E. stepped in to meet death with life and hope – and Home of the Open Heart began in 1999. 

It’s purpose is multifaceted: To give HIV positive…

Seeking to fulfil the Great Commission

Thanks for your heart of compassion, justice and self-sacrificing love like that of our model, Jesus Christ.

Call2All is about fulfilling the Great Commission, through the Great Commandment and the Discipling of Nations through every sector of society in our generation. Call2All is about collaboration and partnership, it is about servanthood, it is about an intentional focus upon those who…

Freedom Proclaimed in Seoul

Not For Sale President, David Batstone delivers Freedom Sunday broadcast from one of the largest Christian churches in the world after experiencing Japan’s earthquake.

Seoul, South Korea (March 15, 2011) - With a name meaning “all nations” in Korean, it’s only fitting that Seoul’s Onnuri Church joined over 2,000 faith communities in nearly 50 countries to…

The Sum of Justice for Human Trafficking: Prayer of Lament and Libation

By Waltrina N. Middleton
Minister for Youth Advocacy and Leadership Formation

Isaiah 61: 8
For I the LORD love justice, I hate robbery and wrongdoing;
I will faithfully give them their recompense, and I will make an everlasting covenant with them.

Isaiah 62: 8
The LORD has sworn by right hand and mighty arm:…

Churches around the world call for an end to modern-day slavery

When Harriet Tubman waged her historic fight against slavery in America, she relied on churches along the Underground Railroad to provide safe haven for escapees. Now, faith-based communities are once again acting to end slavery – creating a network of abolitionist churches across the globe.

On March 13th, the first day of the Christian Lenten season, thousands of churches spanning…

Human Trafficking Awareness Day: Success Through Collaboration

Yesterday was National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and I was fortunate to spend my day surrounded by professionals committed to ending slavery! 

The Bureau of Justice Assistance and the Office for Victims of Crime, who fund forty anti-trafficking task forces throughout the United States and Saipan, in 2009 developed a plan to conduct regional training forums to bring together task force…