• Snatched From Death

    God is amazing the way he diverts the plans of man. He intervenes and changes the intended course so that the events fit his plan. Like water flowing along, eroding the soft soil, but when God wants, He drops a stone in the path and the water changes course around the stone. This directing plan… [Continue Reading]

    Snatched From Death
  • The Bridge to Somewhere

    I kept praying each month for a prayer request shared by Pastor Andrew Rem in his monthly reports — we need a new bridge. He ministers in the Delta region of Myanmar and every rain the flood waters rise. The houses are all built on stilts and need a bridge to get from the raised… [Continue Reading]

    The Bridge to Somewhere
  • Once There Were None

    You might wonder — how do we decide where to support a new church planter? Well, that is a difficult decision. We only have a limited amount of resources, (so we can’t support everyone that is deserving), and we make a five-year commitment, so we spend lots of time on our knees asking the Lord… [Continue Reading]

    Once There Were None
  • Compassion Out Loud

    The demonstration of compassion by the members of God’s Embassy Church in Rukungiri is causing an impact throughout the whole community. White Fields came alongside the church members by providing two brick making machines and resources to buy materials. The first project they wanted to accomplish during the training phase was to build a house… [Continue Reading]

    Compassion Out Loud
  • 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

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)