• Visiting our Brothers

    And after some days Paul said to Barnabas, “Let us return and visit the brothers in every city where we proclaimed the word of the Lord, and see how they are.” Acts 15:36 (ESV) —  It brings great joy when I visit the churches that have been started and supported by White Fields and I find them… [Continue Reading]

    Visiting our Brothers
  • Safe in the Hands of God

    The Story of a Woman’s Journey to Redemption —  Ngunt lived in a rough neighborhood, surrounded by dangerous people. And she was a fortune-teller. Many people paid Ngunt to tell their fortunes, and to do this, she submitted herself to the controlling power of evil spirits. She confesses that she had willingly given herself to… [Continue Reading]

    Safe in the Hands of God
  • A Good Strategy

    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 (national) pastor starting a church among his own people. White Fields has been supporting, financially and through prayer,… [Continue Reading]

    A Good Strategy
  • A Mighty Vision

    A New Work in Africa — We are excited to tell you that after much prayer and deliberations with our board and potential partners, White Fields will be supporting the ministry of planting churches in Uganda, Africa.  One of the crucial issues before starting support for a new country is to identify the right people… [Continue Reading]

    A Mighty Vision
  • They Threw Rocks

      “They threw rocks.” That was his response to my question when I asked, “How did the people respond when you started a church here?”—“They threw rocks.” The small, bamboo structure with a tin roof made a perfect target for rocks. It is located in a poor, rough-looking neighborhood. There were no Christians here when… [Continue Reading]

    They Threw Rocks

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)