I was an intern for Word Made Flesh for 3 months and I LOVED my time there. They have a wonderful mission and impact on society and those they work with around the world. The management is wonderful and they purposefully train and equip volunteers and interns to go out and lead in the world.
I worked as an intern at WMF International this semester and it has been such a blast! I have grown and learned so much from the ministry and am blessed to be able to work with some of the most amazing people! They resemble God so well in their personal lives as well as the work they do, they are so intentional and relational, and just so fun to work with! I'm gonna miss working with them!
The organization does great work that is filled with hard working and passionate people. Word Made Flesh staff are creating change within the world and do it selflessly as they continue to help these communities. Working as an intern for them has been an eye opening experience and has given me a new perspective on the world and non profit work.
I've been leading worship at different board of directors meetings, staff gatherings, and other public functions that Word Made Flesh has presented and I can't really speak highly enough about the type of people they attract in terms of missionaries, volunteers, supporters, and board members. There is a groundedness in their faith and I believe it stems from their mission statement, to serve Jesus amongst the most vulnerable of the world. Since the beginning I've sensed a carefulness to dignify and humanize people with whom they work, which is so refreshing. I've been attracted to their creative culture as well - there has always been a real value put on the arts, from visual to writing to music; even their periodical, The Cry, has consistently moved me. I've been a touring artist for close to 20 years now and have managed to have touch points with a lot of missional groups, and for me, Word Made Flesh has continually stood out as a community with a lot of life and vibrancy.
I am grateful for my connection to Word Made Flesh. It is apparent that people are central to their work on all levels. The transparency throughout provides a sense of trust and points to the integrity of the organization.
I have known of the work of Word Made Flesh since the mid 1990s. WMF works in relational ministry among the most vulnerable populations around the world, including the slums of Kroo Bay, Sierra Leone or among HIV+ women in Malawi, or prostitutes in Bolivia, or many other communities. WMF is a light in very dark places.
WMF is an organization dedicated to serving the poor in the most vulnerable and margionalized people groups around the world. They are committed to long term sustainability and presence in the community.
Word Made Flesh is an amazing organization. They do so much good around the world. Much of their work involves coming alongside those on-the-ground in the developing world, offering vocational opportunities, freedom from trafficking, and education & hope for future generations of the communities with whom they work.
Word Made Flesh staff members do an excellent job of living in community with people around the globe, taking the time to learn how to best serve them. They work to serve holistically, seeking to meet not only spiritual needs, but physical, psychological, and emotional needs as well. They truly love the people they are in community with. Guided by the Holy Spirit, they faithfully work to see long term and meaningful healing and change in the people they serve and places they live. I volunteered in the home office, and had a wonderful experience. I was encouraged by their commitment to prayer, and their love for their friends around the globe.
Word Made Flesh is responsible, passionate and committed to offering long-term support to vulnerable communities, with a focus on women and children.
Making a huge difference, one life at a time.
I was a Board Member with Word Made Flesh (WMF) for 6 years and I continue to love and support this important organization! The mission of WMF is to serve Jesus among the most vulnerable throughout the world and they do this in a holistic way that helps to meet spiritual, physical, mental and emotional needs. A key differenciator is that the work of WMF is completed humbly, vulnerabally and within the context of community. This compassionate work by their staff is done with simplicity in mind and with an attitude of a humble learner - knowing it is better to give than receive, yet consistently feeling as if they receive more than they give. I highly recommend Word Made Flesh and the incredible work they do! Jared Landreth, former Board Member