Kingdom Workers is a global, Christian nonprofit that mobilizes believers to meet the physical and spiritual needs of communities around the world. We advance the gospel by partnering with local churches and their communities to discover and overcome their greatest obstacles together. Our work is where meaningful local relationships, gospel proclamation, and Christian welfare meet.
Each program is different, but the goal is the same: physical and spiritual healing that results in lasting change that glorifies God. We do this by listening carefully to the needs of local communities and developing innovative solutions to overcome their challenges. We act on those plans collaboratively, doing whatever it takes to create tangible encounters with the love of Jesus.
We are currently working in eight different countries: Malawi, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Chile, Grenada, Japan, Indonesia, and the United States (including the White Mountain Apache Reservation in Arizona). You can learn more about what we are doing in each of these places here.
We have a large pre-built network of Lutheran churches around the world—the Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference (CELC). Those relationships open doors into local communities who have significant physical and spiritual needs, and results in mobilizing local church members to serve people in those specific communities while sharing the gospel.
Our goal is to help our local partners develop sustainable programs that address real community needs while introducing individuals to Jesus. We do this by relying on our pre-built network to recruit visiting volunteers to assist our partners in their programs, empower local ownership of the program, and gather impact data to track long-term results.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Kingdom Workers depends on contributions from people like you to continue its mission of sharing the gospel. You can start by making a donation, applying to volunteer with a service opportunity, and praying for God’s blessings on our work.