What on earth is God doing?
What is God’s will?
What is life like for remote people who have no access to a Bible or Christian?
What skills and gifts are needed for God’s purposes?
How can we know who is “called”?
What does personal sacrifice for the benefit of unreached language groups and eternal joy look like?
How can I support missionaries who want to tell unreached language groups of people about Jesus?
What do you mean by “support team”?
Should we send our youth group to Wayumi?
What is a Wayumi Weekend Retreat for church groups?
Wayumi is a great way to explore answers to these questions and more!
There are several different Wayumi programs: Wayumi Expedition, Wayumi Course, Wayumi Retreat, Wayumi Youth Day, Wayumi WinterQuest and other special programs for church leaders.
For most, the setting is like many camps and retreat centers with good accommodations for sleeping, cleaning and eating. The classrooms are heated and comfortable for learning. There is a lot of room on a wooded property to roam, with game rooms and lounge areas for those who want to stay inside.
Expedition teams have a little bit more exposure to missionary realities in that participants sleep with hammocks in cabins just up the hill. They also have more outdoor adventures designed for the summer learning experience.
The focus of Bible teaching is on God’s character, His heart for the people of the whole world and our role as ambassadors who represent Him to those who do not know Him – even to the ends of the earth.
What is the objective of missions?
What logistics might be involved in reaching unreached people groups with the Gospel?
Why go to all of the effort to communicate well with remote language groups of people?
What does culture have to do with our mission?
Where does Bible translation fit in?
What skills would a person need to serve as a missionary church planter?
What kind of training would a person need?
Where can you get good training for a career of making disciples in remote places?
The answers to these and many more questions are relayed in exciting testimonies of what God has done and is doing in remote places. It really is an adventure, exploring new ideas, settings, and experiences.
Where else are you going to learn some of these things?