Christian World Outreach


Littleton, CO
Founded: 1997
Current Status: Member
Member Since: April 19, 2001
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
Revenue  
   Cash Donations $1,064,816
   Noncash Donations $39,282
   Other Revenue $33,241
   Total Revenue $1,137,339
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $855,799
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$281,540
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$281,540
Total Assets $2,076,053
Total Liabilities $12,872
Net Assets $2,063,181

Data for year ended December 31, 2016
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Christian World Outreach
Littleton, CO
Tel: (303) 723-0333
Fax: (303) 721-6104
Website: http://www.cwomissions.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChristianWorldOutreach
Twitter: https://twitter.com/cwomissions
Top Leader: Mr. Greg Yoder
Donor Contact: Mr. Greg Yoder

Ministry Description
The mission of Christian World Outreach is to participate with the Body of Christ in responsible evangelism, to bring dignity, self-worth and encouragement through leadership development and to meet the physical needs of people through humanitarian assistance. CWO is currently working in Zimbabwe, Africa, in the area of leadership development and children's ministry. In Haiti, CWO is ministering through leadership development, youth leadership and evangelistic camps, radio, medical assistance, vocational training for women, and a feeding program for children.

ServantMatch®
CWO has developed a program to work with the AIDS orphans in Zimbabwe. The "Okay Kids" program uses volunteers in communities to work with children with the highest need. Working with the community and families caring for these children CWO provides education, food, clothing and other physical needs. Weekend camps are also held for the children sharing God's love for them, group and individual counseling, and time to just have fun.
CWO has 7 churches in the northwestern part of Haiti and one in Port-au-Prince. Leadership training assists those working in the churches as pastors, lay leaders, and ministry leaders make a difference in the communities where they live. In a country where people do not have the answers, they often look to their pastors and church for solutions. The training sessions teach pastors how to deal with the practical and spiritual questions people are facing on a daily basis.
CWO has two Feminine Training Centers in Haiti. These centers offer the opportunity for women to learn a skill in sewing, cooking and baking, crafts, and cosmetology so they are able to obtain employment or start their own business and provide for their families. Women who graduate from the training centers are able to make wedding dresses, clothing and food that can be sold. Cosmetology graduates are able to work for a salon or start a business in their home.
CWO provides pastor and leadership training in Zimbabwe where the need for exceptional leadership is greatly needed. Dealing with AIDS, poverty, and an unstable economy pastors and leaders in the churches are constantly approached by those seeking answers. The goal is to give pastors and leaders the tools they need to understand what a Biblical lifestyle is and to demonstrate it to those they minister to.
CWO began ministering to "call boys" who assist loading the public transportation busses. They are given food and have Bible studies discussing hardships and concerns. They also have activities to help them learn Godly life skills. There has been a marked improvement in the lives of the young men who have participated in this program. The young men now believe they have something to contribute to society instead of destroy it and their self-esteem and self respect has increased.
CWO is providing vocational training at the Village of Opportunity. The goal is to provide young women with Christ-centered training to help them recognize their inherent value and learn a vocational skill that will allow them to provide for their families. Currently offered are classes in sewing, agriculture, and cosmetology with classes in cooking and event planning to be offered in the future. The students also take courses in small business to help them learn to manage their skills and work.

Ministry Sectors
  • Disaster Relief & Development
  • Evangelism
  • Human Services & Medical
  • Place of Worship & Spirituality
  • Discipleship

  • Ministry Types
  • Missions: Foreign (primary)
  • Leadership Training
  • Missions: Short Term
  • Pastoral Support
  • Church: Planting
  • Medical, Dental, Health Svs
  • Orphan Care
  • Relief and Development
  • Evangelism
  • Ministry Training, Consulting