YWAM (Youth With A Mission)

YWAM is an international mission organization that aims to train and dispatch the gospel to the nations that have raised all the generations dedicated to Jesus Christ to all nations.

 

When Rev. Lauren Cunningham decided to devote himself to God in 1960, God showed him a wave of great waves covering the continents of the world, through which many young people who believed in Jesus Christ rose up, YWAM (YOUTH WITH A MISSION) was created with the vision that the Gospel will be carried to all countries of the world like the waves. Today, YWAM has more than 1,800 branches in 180 countries and more than 20,000 full-time ministers work their lives for world missions and fulfill ground orders.

YWAM confesses that the Bible is an absolute God's word inspired by God, that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, man is created in the image of God, and that God is not created for the sake of sin, Repentance, faith, love, obedience, and fellowship of saints are our worthy response to God's grace, and that God has made all men to be saved and knowledge of the truth, through the death and resurrection of the cross, I believe that the Holy Spirit works through us and in us to fulfill the last commandment of Jesus Christ, to seek Him, and to say, 'Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to the people.' (Mark 16:15).

 

Korean YWAM (Jesus Mission) It was started by Pastor David Ross, who was a missionary of the United States in 1961 and connected with YWAM in 1980. It is used in the same way as the name of Jesus in Korea.