Formerly the development arm of TellAsia Ministries

We Ignite Nations

Igniting Hope, Empowering Life

World-Wide Statistics
Nearly half of the world's population live on less than $2.50 a day.

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WIN has transformed 1,391,508lives through development projects, micro finance and skills training.

1 in 10 children are forced into child labor.

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WIN has prevented 1,007,500 children from being trafficked or enslaved.

1 in 5 children do not attend school

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WIN has provided 107,737 children with an education.

Highlights

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

 

By the miraculous hand of the Lord, for the past two months, I’ve been able to travel and minister in Nepal and also to connect in-person with our core India team. Hundreds were ignited to demonstrate and accept God's love and forgiveness.

As this year 2021 comes to a close, hundreds of pastors have taken up the challenge of John 20:21; to bring His mercy and healing to the unreached, to the broken, and also to the influential. Wherever I go and visit our sustainable transformation projects such as water systems that impact entire communities, the native pastors through whom we work say, “WIN is unlike any other organization that works here. WIN doesn’t just give aid that lasts a day, a month, or a year. WIN provides solutions that enable our own people to thrive through their own labor – today, tomorrow, and for generations.” 

We wish you a very Merry Christmas...

The WIN Model

WIN empowers communities into their dreams of economic stability, equality, health and wholeness. WIN enables transformation from lack to plenty, from hopelessness to hope, from fear to faith, from dependency to sustainability.

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Ekklesia

Christ's redeeming presence

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Empowerment

Creating sustainable solutions.

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Education

Empowering future generations.

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Emancipation

Cutting off human trafficking at the root.

Let's Win Together

Join the WIN team!
Together we can ignite nations.

High Fives

Faithfulness

“I had come expecting to give, but I have received; to bless but I have been blessed; to teach but I have learned. The work here can be summed up in one word – ‘faithfulness:’”

Steve Smith Winchester, UK