YWAM Middle East

About YWAM

RED SEA COVENANT

RED SEA COVENANT

The International Executive Committee of Youth With A Mission met in the Middle East in April of 1992. The Lord spoke forcefully to us that He wanted us as a mission to be more involved in the Muslim world. In one prayer time, God broke into or time of intercession with unexpected direction to call together the leaders of the mission so that we might humble ourselves before the Lord. This came to us so unexpectedly, and with such a sense of God's presence, that we felt we were to "drive a stake in the ground" to claim what God had done in our hearts. We decided to give no room to the enemy to undermine God's direction to us or to place doubts in our hearts. We called this response to the Lord our Red Sea Covenant. 



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Magna Carta

CHRISTIAN MAGNA CARTA

We affirm the Christian Magna Carta, which describes the following basic rights as implicit in the gospel. Everyone on earth has the right to:



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About YWAM

INTRODUCTION TO YWAM

Founded by Loren Cunningham in 1960, Youth With A Mission International is a movement of Christians from many nations and denominations committed to "Know God and Make Him Known."
Launched initially to give young people an opportunity to be involved in missions (an unusual idea at the time!), YWAM has since grown into a multi-generational ministry and training body with over 1,100 operating locations in 180 nations around the world.

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Our Values

FOUNDATIONAL VALUES


Youth With A Mission (YWAM) affirms the Bible as the authoritative Word of God and, with the Holy Spirit’s inspiration, the absolute reference point for every aspect of life and ministry. Based upon God’s Word, who He is, and His initiative of salvation, the following responses are strongly emphasized in YWAM:

Worship: We are called to praise and worship God alone.
Holiness: We are called to lead holy and righteous lives that exemplify the nature and character of God.
Witness: We are called to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with those who do not know Him.
Prayer: We are called to engage in intercessory prayer for the people and causes on God’s heart, including standing against evil in every form.
Fellowship: We are called to commit to the Church in both its local nurturing expression and its mobile multiplying expression.

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