20 Years ago Ywam Taoyuan was founded in the gateway of Asia. Located less than 20 minutes of Taiwan's International airport.
Our heart is to reach the nations through our giftings and talents. Taiwan has over 23 million people and there is just a small percentage of the population that consider themselves to be Christians. Our prayer is for the people across Taiwan and Asia to develop a personal and intimate relationship with the Creator of the universe. There is really nothing like knowing God, hearing His voice for yourself and experiencing the adventure that comes with obedience.
Our mission is to love others and to train, empower, and release them into their kingdom assignment.
To Empower hearts and minds to walk in the manifestation of God's Kingdom.
Youth With A Mission is a global movement, started by a group of believers of different cultures and ages and Christian traditions, with the purpose of serving Jesus all over the world.
YWAM was started in 1960 by Loren Cunningham in California, USA. The earliest vision was to push young Christians to practically serve and contribute to society by holding onto the examples of Christ’s selflessness, faith and love, while preaching the gospel to all nations.
Through evangelism, pioneering work, discipleship training, community service/mercy ministries, YWAM has been able to train and equip Christians and short term missions staff all over the world. Back when YWAM began in 1960, the main focus was to get youth involved in missions. Today, YWAM is still focused on youth, and also involves people aged 9 to 90. YWAM currently has tens of thousands of staff (called “YWAMers”) and works in thousands of teams and locations. YWAM has become the largest interdenominational missions organization in the world, doing both evangelistic ministries as well as community development/mercy ministries. Also, according to God’s first call, from our founder down to every staff member all over the world, all are volunteers without paid salary.
To learn more about YWAM International, visit: http://www.ywam.org/
We are part of the YWAM Family