Hit enter to search or ESC to close
Who We Are
What We Do
The Gospel is Still Advancing
Want more stories of change?
Get Our Emails
Pray for the Persecuted
November 1, 2020
Namibia: Desert Nomads
October 15, 2020
Solomon Islands: Every Christian Praying
October 9, 2020
Argentina: Closer Than a Brother
October 1, 2020
Will you give today to advance the gospel?
Who We Are
What We Do
Subscribe to receive our Daily Prayer Watch calendar in your inbox each month:
Want to get involved in your country?
Country of Interest
Select a country
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Central African Republic
Congo, Republic of the
Democratic Republic of the Congo
French Guiana (France)
Moldova, Republic of
Papua New Guinea
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Samoa/ American Samoa
Sao Tome and Principe
St. Helena Island
Trinidad and Tobago
Other/Country Not Listed
Reason for inquiry
I would like ministry materials
I would like to volunteer with this ministry
The world is broken without Jesus.
There is no doubt that people all over the world are dealing with chaos. Economies are failing, riots are in the streets, people are suffering, and anxiety and depression are paralyzing so many.
The Bible tells the story of how we are all separated from God. Take a look at any newsfeed, and you will see brokenness everywhere. The suffering is real, and people are soul-sick for their Creator.
The truth is that many places in the world are deprived of the gospel. Some countries have closed borders, while other places persecute missionaries. Many people feel neglected, hurt, and forgotten.
Does my life have value? Is there any hope for my future?
Most importantly, many are facing eternal separation and suffering apart from God. We’re asking
what happens if things stay this way?
What happens if the world does not find hope?
Jesus changes everything.
Every mission has something at stake, and for us the stakes could not be higher. We are dealing with people’s souls and eternal destinies. We all face a choice — eternity in heaven with Jesus or suffering apart from the Creator.
We work, we serve, we share, and we pray because we don’t want anyone to miss a chance to know the Savior. When we pray for others and share the message of the gospel, it saves the lost and ignites our own faith.
Jesus changes everything.
There is an immediate impact when a community encounters Jesus. We’ve heard countless stories of villages, neighborhoods, and cities that are changed when the people within them turn to God.
So many are feeling isolated, alone, and forgotten. It’s amazing to see the personal transformation that happens in a life when a person experiences the truth and love of Jesus. “Jesus loves me. He died for me. It doesn’t matter who I am or where I live. It doesn’t matter the success I’ve had or crippling mistakes I’ve made. God has saved a seat for me in heaven. All I have to do is turn to him and accept.”
We believe that when we reach out to every person on earth with the love of Jesus, we can transform the world…
one life at time.
We share the truth and love of Jesus.
There is only one hope for the world: Jesus. While many are striving to make the world a better place in their own ways, the greatest thing we can do is share the truth and love of Jesus with everyone. When people seek answers, we want them to find Jesus.
We have spent decades building strategies so that anyone who is searching can encounter the love of God.
We believe the local church can bring hope to a world in desperate need of it. God invites his people to pray, serve, love, and share the gospel with others. This has been the plan since Jesus told his followers to go and tell everyone, everywhere.
There is power in the story of Jesus leaving the 99 to go after the one lost sheep. Our goal is to live this story out. We understand many groups are marginalized based on the part of the world they live in. Some are marginalized based on race or gender, others by education, living conditions, disabilities, or simply where they live. We want to ensure no one is left behind. Sometimes this means prioritizing the suffering and going to the farthest and hardest-to-reach places.
In this moment, Every Home for Christ is uniquely positioned to share the gospel on a global scale. With 180 offices in over 150 countries, we have on-the-ground experts crafting strategies. We are inspiring and equipping local believers to share the gospel using whatever methods and approaches make sense in each respective context.
This combination of connected local leaders and relevant methods lets us share the truth and love of Jesus with a lost and hurting world.
For us it’s simple — we will not leave anyone behind
Download Your Children’s Prayer Map
Download Your U.S. Prayer Map
Download Your World Prayer Map
The task of sharing the gospel with everyone on earth can feel overwhelming. It is something we cannot do by our own strength. We cannot rely on our own plans or systems.
This is why we always turn to God and seek his help. The barriers are real, the dangers are palpable, and the challenges are countless. Yet, none of this is news to God. Over and over, we turn to him and see the miraculous ways he removes obstacles and provides the answers and resources we need most.
We believe that following and obeying Jesus means that Christians should actively participate in sharing the gospel.
Our conviction is that there is no more worthwhile investment for a Christian than helping others know God. This is the mission of the Church, and every one of us is called to step out into the world to share the gospel.
It will take unity from churches in every country and Christians in every corner of the earth to accomplish this mission. Our goal is to show that sharing the gospel is something every believer and every church can rally around. This is something that we will accomplish together with a unified front.
Going into all of the world means we must share the truth and love of Jesus everywhere. Take one look at the New Testament, and you see life-altering conversations happening everywhere. These moments happened with families in homes, with beggars in courtyards, and with tax collectors in marketplaces.
Today, spiritual conversations happen in homes, workplaces, events, streets, and even online. People can encounter Jesus anywhere.
We meet people where they are, and many times, that starts at home.
Of course, we know thought-provoking spiritual conversations aren’t limited to front porches and living rooms. We train believers to understand that the love of God can be shared in any place. We can share the gospel at a mailbox in the suburbs, at a rural village well, or in a cubicle in a skyscraper.
The mandate Jesus gave us to go into the world is just as important today as it was when it was first spoken. We cannot wait for others to come to us. We must travel far and wide to every place and take the love of Jesus across the world.
Ask a million Christians how they came to know Jesus, and you’ll hear a million different stories. Some will tell you they discovered God by reading a book, others will tell you of a stranger who knocked on their door, and still others will share a story about a large event or a church service.
A global mission requires that we recognize the unique needs of every country, context, and circumstance.
Methods of sharing the gospel have changed over time, and the global Body of Christ has adapted to these changes — from the printing press to the internet, from horses to airplanes. The opportunity to reach farther, wider, and faster has been presented to the generation of believers on the earth today. We must utilize every method to reach everyone, everywhere.
Likewise, we are engaged in many methods of sharing the gospel, and we will continue to innovate.
Home-to-home outreach is our foundation, but we support and develop every method it takes to share Jesus with the entire world.
The gospel is for everyone. It’s for all of us. Every person is made in the image of God and invited into relationship with him.
This open invitation is what makes the kingdom of God so incredible. In a world so divided, God’s love brings dignity, value, and hope to every single person, no matter who they are or what they’ve done. A relationship with the Creator is something everyone can experience.
Watchman's Guide To Praying God's Promises
Look What God Is Doing!