World Mission Prayer League

Minneapolis, MN

Founded: 1937

Tel: (612) 871-6843


Top LeaderRev. Dr. Paul Gossman

Donor Contact: Mr. Jorge Bensus

Member Since: November 1, 1987

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $2,790,711
   Noncash Donations $30,258
   Other Revenue $79,431
   Total Revenue $2,900,400
   Total Expenses $3,056,085
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $6,552,145
Total Liabilities $224,929
Net Assets $6,327,216
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The organization received a qualified audit opinion for the year ended 12/31/20.

The World Mission Prayer League is an independent Lutheran mission society and prayer fellowship, sending missionaries to sixteen countries in Latin America, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. The mission of the League is to evangelize and plant churches where Christ is unknown or little known. In addition to this mission, the League seeks to fulfill the commandment to 'love our neighbor' by ministering through medicine, development, education and relief. The WMPL provides ministry opportunities to both men and women, lay people and clergy in all walks of life to actively participate in the fulfillment of the Great Commission.

World Mission Prayer League not only organizes prayer meetings all over the country; we serve the sick with healing, and the spiritually lost with the good news of God's grace through the redemptive work of Jesus Christ. We are sending missionaries into dozens of countries around the world to do medical work, undertake development ministries, and serve churches. Your donation will help us acheive this and make a lasting difference all over the world.
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