Mission to the World

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Mission To The World
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Mission to the World (MTW) is the mission-sending agency for the Presbyterian Church in America. This evangelical Christian organization advances the Great Commission by promoting Reformed and covenantal church planting movements using word and deed in strategic areas worldwide.[1]

Mission to the World has missionaries serving in 85 countries around the world. This includes 636 career missionaries, 84 two-year missionaries, 89 interns, and 2228 short-term missionaries.[2]

Dr. Paul Kooistra served as the coordinator from 1994 to 2014.[3]

In July 24, 2014 Dr. Lloyd Kim was appointed as the new coordinator.[4]


MTW missionaries serve all over the world, including the following locations:

Ethiopia, South Africa, Madagascar, Malawi, Uganda, Zimbabwe

Asia Pacific
Australia, Cambodia, Guam, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vanuatu

Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine

Latin America/Caribbean
Belize, Bahamas, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Uruguay

North America
Canada - Hobbema, Alberta United States - New York, Washington (state) (Native America), Minnesota (Native America)


MTW publishes one regular periodical. Network magazine comes out twice yearly and includes articles and pictures of MTW's work around the world. In addition, there is a bi-weekly MTW Online email that includes recent blog posts.[5]


The organization maintains headquarters in Lawrenceville, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. The PCA ministry buildings in Lawrenceville are the location from which the ministries of the denomination are coordinated. These ministries are Mission to the World, Mission to North America, Committee on Discipleship Ministries, Administrative Committee, and Reformed University Fellowship.[6]


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