Whole Church. Whole Gospel. Whole World.
We are a local expression of the Church and therefore a part of God’s work in local expressions all over the world. Our goal is to engage everyone belonging to Christ in partnering with missionaries doing works of justice, mercy, and evangelism with those who are far from God. Check out our Places, People, and Projects and find where you fit into the mission of the church.
Places are strategic, intentional partnerships with Wesleyan missionaries who are working with local churches. We focus on these places with our resources and funding because they’re engaged in justice, mercy and evangelism through their local church.
As the Europe Area Director for Global Partners, Dave leads a gifted and passionate group of missionaries and national church leaders. Together, they are cultivating church planting movements through incarnational living and disciple-making.
Luke, Kyla, and Grae Paraventi
The Paraventi's spent two years with All Shores serving as Missionary Residents and are now preparing to launch their ministry in the Czech Republic by assisting the team in Brno at Majak (Lighthouse) Center. Paraventi's are currently doing partnership development in preparation for their first term.
A couple will be working in Vienna, Austria with Dina Horne and a team to reach Muslim immigrants in Europe. They are relocating the summer of 2016 to begin settlement and language learning. Through language school and local outreach, they hope to share the gospel with those entering and staying in the country.
Ben and Sharon, Micah and Zoe Ward
Ben serves as Asia Assistant Area Director, providing leadership and encouragement to our missionaries and national leaders in five Asian countries. As a coach, he creates clear pathways for local churches to engage in the global mission. Ben and Sharon both seek to inform and inspire the North America Church by telling the story of global transformation.
Cory and Jennifer, LeYanna Ellison
The Ellison's are in the midst of partnership development so they can leave the states in 2018 to move to Ulan Bator, Mongolia to provide church planting and leadership development for the national church that All Shores Wesleyan partners with.
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This family works with Global Partners to see indigenous church planting movements throughout the Turkic and Arab Muslim Area. They live among the Karis people, a Turkic Muslim people group, assisting with church planting work.
People are missionaries who are part of our church family doing work that we support and encourage. Their role is often training people for God’s work or teaching believers about life in God’s family.
Art and Pam Cooper
After several years of working directly with a Bible Translation project for the Lahu Si people, the Coopers are now working as missionary care providers in Thailand.
Steve and Jo, Benjamin, Samuel, and Emma Kilbry
In obedience to hearing from God, YWAM Slovakia is committed to bringing transformation in every aspect of society in the nation, through its various ministries so that individuals, families, communities and cities live out their God given purpose. The Kilbrys' passion is helping people encounter God's outrageous love for them so they can become who they truly are; carriers of His presence in this world.
Ben and Diana Veurink
The Veurink's have been serving in Colombia for several years now with YWAM and are now partnering with a local church to provide leadership and discipleship to children's programing and pastoral training. Ben was a member of All Shores and was called out to the mission field in his teen years!
Projects are organizations we work with to accomplish things we care about like clean water, trafficking prevention, and economic development for disadvantaged groups of people. To apply as a team member for one of our projects this year, please contact to receive an application and project manual.
January 11-19, 2018 NOW FULL
January 19-26, 2018 Approximate Cost $1800 - $2200
A work team will be traveling with Hands in Service again this year to continue work in Comayagua with a day care center. Those interested in working alongside our Honduran brothers in doing construction work are invited to apply. Please contact for more information.
Friends are individuals serving with the National Church and other non-profits who are supported through prayer and relationships with All Shores Wesleyan Church but are not currently funded by our GO Fund.
Jon and Donna Terpstra, It's Our Mission Period
Doug and Lori Dawe, CRU