the church without walls

OUR VISION: Creating a radically inclusive, just and loving community — mobilized to help alleviate suffering, and break the cycles of poverty & marginalization.

rebuilding one community at a time

We are proud to minister to the homeless of Las Vegas, equipping and empowering them through the gospel of Yeshua The Messiah (Jesus Christ).

We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and while we are grateful for financial donations, we also appreciate those who are willing to donate their time, talents and/or resources to help support our ministries and alleviate homelessness in Las Vegas.

 

the church without walls

OUR VISION:
Creating a radically inclusive, just and loving community — mobilized to help alleviate suffering, and break the cycles of poverty & marginalization.

rebuilding one community at a time

We are proud to minister to the homeless of Las Vegas, equipping and empowering them through the gospel of Yeshua The Messiah (Jesus Christ).

While we are grateful for financial donations, we also appreciate those who are willing to donate their time, talents and/or resources to help support our ministries and alleviate homelessness in Las Vegas.

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.


Jeremiah 29:11

Our Mission

Yahweh (God) has called this ministry to courageously represent the kingdom of Yahweh (God) through witness, discipleship and service to others. We take seriously the Scriptures, prayer and the call to “do justice, love, mercy and walk humbly before Yahweh (God)” · Micah 3:8

Yahweh (God) is preparing us, through prophetic preaching and teaching, to bring the hope of the Gospel to our community and “take every thought captive to Christ.”

Our Mission

Yahweh (God) has called this ministry to courageously represent the kingdom of Yahweh (God) through witness, discipleship and service to others. We take seriously the Scriptures, prayer and the call to “do justice, love, mercy and walk humbly before Yahweh (God)” · Micah 3:8

Yahweh (God) is preparing us, through prophetic preaching and teaching, to bring the hope of the Gospel to our community and “take every thought captive to Christ.”

The Under-Shepherds of the Good Shepherd

The Adkins are the founders and lead pastors behind World Fellowship Ministries. This spiritual husband and wife team travel often to partake in missionary work in Africa, and both are being used in a powerful way to influence those in need. Through their dynamic teaching of the Word, they connect with God’s people in practical ways by giving them challenging principles to transform their lives spiritually, mentally, and physically. Their prophetic insight coupled with their transparency has granted them many opportunities to speak at a variety of events around the world.

The Under-Shepherds of the Good Shepherd

The Adkins are the founders and lead pastors behind World Fellowship Ministries. This spiritual husband and wife team travel often to partake in missionary work in Africa, and both are being used in a powerful way to influence those in need. Through their dynamic teaching of the Word, they connect with God’s people in practical ways by giving them challenging principles to transform their lives spiritually, mentally, and physically. Their prophetic insight coupled with their transparency has granted them many opportunities to speak at a variety of events around the world.

2019 Thanksgiving Meal

Homeless is an established LEGAL term. By definition, people who are homeless do not have the ability to choose a different living situation. There is no such thing as “homeless by choice”, that’s called “minimalist” and the vocabulary distinction is extremely important in the situation of such. Homeless is also a slur. Yes, words do matter and we, at World Fellowship Ministries have changed our words because of the stigma and ostracism faced by extremely poor (homeless) people.

We do not refer to or think of people who happen the be “homeless”, even though legally that’s what they are. We instead use the term POVERTY SURVIVORS.

November 23rd, World Fellowship Ministers served our brothers and sisters who happen to be “Poverty Survivors” a beautiful Thanksgiving meal. We had the opportunity to serve more than 300 people on this day and they were very grateful. Not only do we get to serve them physically, but we serve them every week spiritually as well, by holding worship service in the epic center of the Corridor of Hope at the C.A.R.E. Complex. We go there to spiritually feed their souls.