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Jesus cares about the whole person. So do we.

Everywhere we serve, we address the physical and spiritual concerns of a community. We meet with locals to discover their greatest needs and together develop solutions. At the same time, we engage the local believers in volunteer service to meet their neighbors’ needs and share the gospel message.

How we do it

Physical

Everywhere we go, we work to meet the human needs of the people we serve.

Spiritual

Seek the lost and always testify and share the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Local Relationships

Rely on the local community and local lay-leadership as the primary participants and owners of the ministry.

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In everything we do, our goal is to serve our neighbors, build the Kingdom, and glorify God.

“Kingdom Workers is one of the only places where I know my gift means something.”

- Tanner A. Donor

“I support Kingdom Workers because the love that we received from Christ must be shared and Kingdom Workers is a perfect way to share that love.”

- Mark S. Donor

“I support Kingdom Workers because it gives people the opportunity to spread God's word farther than just my community!”

- Amber C. Donor

Kingdom workers all over the world are expanding the reach of the gospel. Kingdom workers like you.

No level of support is too small to make a difference. When we come together and place our gifts in God’s hands, the impact is far more than we could ask or imagine. 

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Tabia and her brother Kennedy spoke with our Disability Care ministry team in Malawi about how their lives have forever been changed thanks to Kingdom Workers.

Tabia and her brother Kennedy spoke with our Disability Care ministry team in Malawi about how their lives have forever been changed thanks to Kingdom Workers.

Featured Blog Post

A Siblings Journey Toward Healing

Liana Tyrrell6/30/2022 9:21:24 AM

By the time Tabia was born, the damage to her brother Kennedy’s body was permanent. At just three years old, he contracted polio and lost the use of his legs. Polio vaccines weren’t widely available in Malawi where Kennedy and Tabia were born in the 1960’s. This left children like Kennedy susceptible to the devastating neurological effects of the virus, and the social prejudices that existed against people with disabilities.

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