Resource Library

New Missionary Orientation

Join other approved missionary applicants at our home office to pursue appointment with ABWE as a career missionary. You'll hear our vision, complete our screening process, receive training in crucial parts of missionary life including pre-field support raising, and confirm where the Lord is leading you to serve.
Who
ABWE Missionaries
When
Spring, Summer, and Fall
Resource type: Event

Our Doctrine

Learn our 12 points of doctrine that help shape our ministry, vision, and values.
Resource type: Document

STAMP

The Student and Teen Adventure Missions Preparation (STAMP) seminar is held in conjunction with Essential Mission Components, for children age 4 to 13+, who will be headed to the mission field as a missionary kid.
Who
ABWE Missionaries
When
Every July
Resource type: Event

Level III Discipleship

All Essential Mission Components (EMC) participants should read the attached article on biblical mentoring and be prepared to discuss it in the course.
Resource type: Document

International Missions Movements

All Essential Mission Components (EMC) participants should read the attached article and be prepared to discuss it in the course.
Resource type: Document

Church-Planting Movements

All Essential Mission Components (EMC) participants should read this article and be prepared to discuss it in the course.
Resource type: Document

Our Commitment to Sending Churches

Sending churches are not just important to ABWE's process of sending missionaries; they are essential. The following document outlines how we work in equal partnership with our missionaries and their local sending church.
Resource type: Document

Essential Mission Components Prerequisites

In order to participate in Essential Mission Components events, you must first complete these requirements by submitting the prerequisite assignments (provided upon enrollment) and reading the required books and articles.
Resource type: Document

Prefield Development Reading Assignments

As part of the prefield development journey, each prefield missionary is required to read a minimum of five assigned books. These books should be read thoroughly and brought to the corresponding training event, so that you can demonstrate your comprehension and participate in discussions.
Resource type: Document

A Father's Grief

A pastor gives a man new hope by sharing his heart-wrenching struggle with his unborn son's diagnosis.
Resource type: Story

The Dog Who Opened Doors

A pug puppy turns out to be an excellent ministry tool in Czech Republic.
Resource type: Story

The Gift of a Second Chance

Widow finds hope at Heart House - a sewing ministry that ministers to marginalized women in South Asia.
Resource type: Story

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