WDA Ministries are also supported by the generosity of people like you!
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WDA consultants help churches learn to “meet people where they are and help them take the next step.” Your gifts are used for the development and initial support of Church Ministry. Learn More.Give Online to the Church Ministry
DePauw University is located in Greencastle, Indiana. This ministry is led by Greg Hammond who serves together with his wife, Shannon. Their ministry at DePauw has drawn a high percentage of international students as well as students from minority groups. The DePauw ministry uses all funds for the ongoing development and support this ministry.Give Online to Depauw Ministry
WDA International staff train leaders around the world. All funds given to this fund are used for the development and support of the International Ministry. Learn More.Give Online to the International Ministry
University of Georgia has been a great place for Next Generation Ministry. Our staff are active in sharing the gospel, helping young men grow in their faith, and ministering in the context of the local church. Giving to the University of Georgia fund allows the ongoing development and support for this ministry.
Restorative Ministry funds are used for the development and support of the Restorative Ministry team’s efforts to establish in the U.S. and Internationally. Learn More.Give Online to the Restoring Your Heart Ministry
The heart of Purdue WDA is meeting students where they are in their spiritual journey with Christ and equipping them to grow in their walk with Him. Meeting with and ministering to international scholars and students is also an important part of the ministry. All funds are used for the ongoing development and support this ministry.Give Online to the Purdue Ministry
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