High Fives

Incarnational Transformation

“I have visited WIN's work three times over the years. I participated firsthand in the holistic ministries to children, women and the marginalized. Their aim is to see lives and communities transformed. I am beyond impressed with this incarnational model that is serving the most underprivileged in the world.”

Pastor John Kuo Wu-Chang Conservative Baptist Church Taiwan

Explosive Growth with Integrity

“Each year, through their hard work and dedication, WIN assists thousands of the desperate and needy. I am particularly struck with how many of the native people have been raised up as leaders, the amount of training happening, the explosive growth, and the high level of integrity of this ministry in general. We wish to highly recommend this organization.”

Dr. Mark Tubbs Transformation of the Nations Pasadena, CA

Serving the Poor

“WIN is serving the most vulnerable in the most difficult places.”

Barry C Howard CFO, New America Baltimore, MD

We Can Be Heroes

“Through WIN, even the least likely person can change the world.”

Wesley Campbell Be a Hero Kelowna, BC, Canada

Emergency Responders

“WIN identifies the most desperate people, assembles a team of local workers and gets the job done. They are an “emergency response team” that releases victims trapped by poverty's earthquake. WIN heals their wounds and sets them on the pathway to finding light and hope.”

Ken Urban Retired Businessman Arvada, Colorado

Pioneers in Transformation

“In northern India, one of the most hardened, unreached and difficult areas of the world, Leanna is pioneering and leading a work that is transforming a nation. Today, WIN's vision to end child trafficking and illiteracy among millions of needy children may seem overzealous. I would not have believed it unless I had touched this work personally. But God is doing it! Leanna’s team through WIN is well on their way to seeing this vision become a reality.”

Rev. Gary Wilkerson World Challenge Colorado Springs, Colorado


“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

Time to Win!