Because Australia is now so culturally diverse

Although we had spent 11 years in overseas missionary service and seven years pastoring in Australia, my husband and I decided that doing the World Harvest Institute course would help prepare us to serve again as missionaries.

The lecturers at World Harvest Institute are of very high standard, having not only studied, but also experienced first-hand many of the concepts and strategies taught there. It has helped us personally to focus more clearly on God's individual plans for our part in the world harvest of souls.

Because Australia is now so culturally diverse we could also see the benefit this course would be to all Australian pastors and especially those planning to be involved in cross-cultural ministry. In fact, we would go so far as to say that every Christian would benefit enormously from this course as they will be in contact with people of other nationalities and cultures at some time, even here in Australia.

Although it was a very intense course, our time at World Harvest Institute was a great experience.


The course has equipped and empowered me immensely

What a blessing to be part of World Harvest Institute. As a Christian I have a greater passion to reach the lost and to impart only the gospel to them and not anything of my own making. Personally, deep questions I have been asking for a long time have been answered amongst an environment of people hungry to see God touch the nations. I haven't gone to the field yet, but in life and in ministry the application of everything gained from the course has equipped and empowered me immensely.  A must for Christians working cross-culturally, including crossing boundaries of culture, gender and generations at home. I'm so glad and I've only finished half the course, I eagerly look forward to the second half!


I only wish I had taken this course five years ago

I truly enjoyed the classes.  Learned a great deal.  Enjoyed the variety of assignments and most of the articles were very relevant. The examples and real-life stories were all well placed.  WHI brought other classes into focus such as Asian theology and world religions. Contextualization now has a deeper meaning for me. I only wish I had taken this course five years ago, before I entered cross cultural missions.


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