• Eager Students

    Eager students devour the Word. That is what I encountered in Rukungiri, Uganda. Arriving at our humble classroom (plastic chairs, no desks, huddled in the back corner of the auditorium) we engaged for eight hours a day studying the Bible. Their laps were full of notebooks, Bibles, and extra paper. They had questions from beginning… [Continue Reading]

    Eager Students
  • Let’s Get Together

    Now is a great time to gather and hear about what God is doing through the ministry of national pastors starting churches around the world. We have several events scheduled this Fall. Since 1953 White Fields has provided collaborative start-up support to pastors planting local churches among their own people in other parts of the… [Continue Reading]

    Let’s Get Together
  • Uganda Outreach 2016

    For the last few weeks our Director Steve Wheeler has been serving with our Country Director Onesimus in the southwestern town of Rukungiri, Uganda! We have seen remarkable progress in the bolstering of the local church here! In Katobo we have been building a house for a member of the church named Christine. Christine suffered… [Continue Reading]

    Uganda Outreach 2016
  • Weak Made Strong

    There is power in the testimony of a child who has believed in the name of Jesus. I’m amazed at times at how God will work through the faith of a child and lead them to speak with clarity and boldness about the faith they have in Jesus. We should never underestimate the potential results… [Continue Reading]

    Weak Made Strong
  • Break Down Barriers

    Many barriers are broken down when the gospel is preached by a pastor who is recognized by the people. The Holy Spirit can use anyone to be a witness, but consider the strength of using an indigenous pastor starting a church among his own people. White Fields Ministry has been supporting, financially and through prayer,… [Continue Reading]

    Break Down Barriers

No pastor should be a stranger

White Fields supports national pastors in countries around the world reaching their own people. The support we provide allows these pastors to minister full-time starting a church. This allows a church to get started in very poor communities and sustains them until they can support themselves. We provide accountability and oversight by our local Field Directors in the country.

"I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making my prayer with joy, because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now." (Philippians 1:3-5 ESV)