GREETINGS FROM PRESIDENT
World Missions College of the Greater Washington commissioned in year 2002, was founded for world mission for our Lord. WMCGW attempts its best to foster future missionaries.
Currently, there are missionaries in India, China, and Mexico who are associated with WMCGW; and it is our ardent prayer that more missionaries will come forth, dedicating to live their lives for Jesus Christ through WMCGW.
WMCGW educates and molds passionate Christians for World Missions as well as directs missionaries to cope with various situations in the mission field through high- level Christian education. Also, it educates servants who desire Christian education and those who hope to be ministers. It is my desire that more Christians realize their visions to be part of Christian missions; and to fulfill missionary competencies and Christian passion at WMCGW.
By taking online courses at World Missions College, you will grow in your knowledge of Scripture, develop a Christian worldview, and learn how to defend the gospel.
You will participate in live classes, interact directly with professors and classmates, and earn college credit from the comfort of your home. Miss something your professor said? You’ll have the opportunity to watch recorded lectures at your convenience.
About World Missions College
“World Missions College is a religious institution exempt from state regulation and oversight in the Commonwealth of Virginia.”
Welcome to World Missions College ! We are a community of scholars and learners committed to academic excellence, spiritual growth, and the pursuit of truth through the lens of the Christian faith.
At World Missions College, we believe that education is not just about acquiring knowledge but also about developing character, values, and a sense of purpose. We are guided by the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Reformed tradition, which emphasizes the sovereignty of God, the authority of Scripture, and the need for personal transformation through faith in Christ.
The future of World Missions College is likely to be shaped by several factors, including changes in higher education, shifts in cultural values and beliefs, and advancements in technology.
One significant challenge facing Reformed universities is the increasing secularization of society, which can make it difficult to maintain a distinctively Christian identity and mission. In response, Reformed universities may need to focus on cultivating a vibrant faith community, offering programs and activities that help students integrate their faith with their academic and personal lives, and engaging with broader cultural issues in a thoughtful and winsome way.
Another challenge is the rapidly changing landscape of higher education, with new models of learning and credentialing emerging all the time. Reformed universities may need to adapt by offering more flexible, online or hybrid programs, emphasizing experiential learning and hands-on training, and exploring new partnerships and collaborations with other institutions.
At the same time, Reformed universities have unique strengths that can help them thrive in the years to come. These may include a deep commitment to academic excellence and rigor, a focus on holistic student development, a robust theology and worldview, and a strong sense of community and shared purpose. By building on these strengths and responding creatively to changing circumstances, Reformed universities can continue to play a vital role in shaping the next generation of Christian leaders and thinkers.