World Olivet Assembly is a non-profit organization supported by our loving staff, and by the contributions of the Christian community.
With your ongoing support, we can continue to keep World Olivet Assembly going on strong, reaching out to the communities, the nation and the world.
Your donations, your participation, and your prayers allow us to be more effective in spreading the good news of Jesus Christ.
By supporting World Olivet Assembly, you will not only be showing your support for one organization. But you will be showing your support for the expansion of God's Kingdom.
In regions across the world, there is an increased need to fill all of the countries with churches. While successful churches continue to operate in many cities, there are also many open to being pioneered. WOA is calling for increased support in order to offer financial aid to these faithful and diligent missionaries responding to the call of church planting. The donations received will go towards church rent, living costs, and the furtherance of the missionaries’ educations.
Missionaries are the frontlines of expanding the mission field across the world. As such, they should be blessed and provided for in their daily fight to bring the gospel to all the nations. WOA asks for donations to continue to support all of the missionaries currently in the field. Donations can be made out to specific individuals or the missionary field in general. Their efforts are made possible by the money that allows them to maintain a church, perform evangelism, and raise Christian leaders in their communities.
The Nehemiah project was inspired by the prophet Nehemiah’s very desire to rebuild the walls of the city Jerusalem. Following this heart of God’s servant, WOA desires to see each city in the world revived through the rebuilding of ministry and churches that have been reduced and neglected. This funding allows the purchasing and development of Olivet Centers that promote mission growth and provide places of worship for large numbers of believers in every kind of community. Olivet Centers are meant to be the central foundation for a city’s ministry efforts to expand and teach the love of Christ to their communities.
This campaign will build on a platform that seeks to secure the future of WOA operations and mission by raising a total of 60 million over 7 years. The first year the Assembly targets to raise 12 million for the purpose of acquiring the envisioned World Olivet Center, and raise another 48 million over the next 6 years, an average of 8 million a year, that would build a strong capital base contributing toward WOA and its ministry’s collective mission.
Such financial foundation will allow WOA to make commitments and plans for its future. They are to be understood in the context of WOA’s overall stewardship for the financial support of its mission.