I love working with a network of people all over the world.
—Chris Wubbels, Assistant Treasurer
It’s wonderful to be able to see good projects take root.
—Mark Drabenstott, WCF Director
Cambodia is a nation of over 15 million, the majority of whom are Buddhists but a land that now enjoys religious freedom and where the populace is receptive to learning about different religions, particularly if taught by a westerner. After the first baptism a decade ago, Cambodia is now home to four Christadelphian ecclesias with […]
Learning a second language in high school may have been necessary to graduate, but its usefulness might be questionable now in a largely English-speaking world. Conversely, in Southeast Asia, learning English as a second language has increasingly becoming a necessity. The region has caught ‘English fever’. In some countries such as Vietnam, it has now […]
You may think that ‘sniffer’ dogs are only to be found at border crossings, on the hunt for illegal narcotics. But these specially trained dogs with their incredible sense of smell can also be lifesavers. They can detect a chemical found in our breath that can provide a flag to warn of dangerously low blood […]
WCF continues to fund mission work in the Philippines through a partnership with the Asia-Pacific Christadelphian Bible Mission. In addition to financially supporting Bible Education Centers, preaching campaigns and fieldworkers, the Foundation is involved in nurturing young minds in Christadelphian Sunday Schools. The committed young people of the Mindanao and Visyas ecclesias have undertaken the […]
Our community holds both generous hearts and willing spirits to work; but often people are blessed with either a resource of money or time, not both. It’s a simple matter, and delightful privilege, to be able to directly connect those elements so that God’s work can be performed more efficiently; His children served more effectively; and His blessings experienced more fully.
—John Pople, Chairman
The future for WCF remains promising, God willing. We are optimistic that the Foundation can continue to fulfill its role of providing funds to support worthwhile programs when other sources are lacking. However . . .
New video – released June 27, 2015!
This video program presents six real-life stories of people who, believing in God, have faced and dealt with personal calamity. Their experiences range from the loss of a child to a life-altering illness and are shared to better equip us to deal with the challenges of adversity and to support those in need.