Resources that edify, equip, and empower disciples of Jesus to make disciples of Jesus.

Rethinking How Movement Leadership Works

By WCP Team
on June 28, 2023
Impacting Eternity highlights a key leadership practice that results in movement breakthrough. I call it “Catalyze a Decentralized Movement.”

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The Spirit’s Work in Impacting Eternity

By WCP Team
on June 21, 2023

Do you want to be a part of a movement?

Then you must realize that it is about seeing what God is doing and getting involved with that. This depends upon your willingness to invest in discerning and resting in God’s presence. We cannot forget this simple, biblical principle. All other “best practices” depend on it.

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Why Movements Produce Fruit 

By WCP Team
on June 14, 2023

Robert Reach thinks of movement fruit in terms of Jesus’ parable of the mustard seed. Christ said that the gospel is the smallest of all seeds, but it bears the largest of fruit. This is what is occurring around the world in movements, and this fact has driven Reach to ask why this is the case.

Reach wants to know how the gospel produces such fruit through movements. This question drove his research and writing of Impacting Eternity.

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Two Reviews from Marti Wade

By WCP Team
on June 05, 2023
Here are two reviews by Marti Wade on Grit to Stay Grace to Go as well as Missionary Motivations.

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Brief Statement from William Carey Publishing on Brad Vaughn, formerly known as Jackson Wu

By WCP Team
on April 05, 2023

WCP is aware of recent controversy and confusion related to Brad Vaughn’s pseudonym and book review. As the publisher of One Gospel for All Nations: A Practical Approach to Biblical Contextualization, published in 2015, we want to inform our readers that we have removed the pseudonym “Jackson Wu” from the cover of the book, and we have replaced it with the author’s real name, Brad Vaughn. The pseudonym has also been replaced on our website and in all metadata. All previous copies of the book have been recycled.

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How African Americans Read Hebrews Missiologically

By Brad Vaughn
on February 13, 2023
It’s Black History Month! To celebrate, we want to highlight an excellent chapter by Jessica Janvier from Reading Hebrews Missiologically. It’ll be released February 28th and is now ready for pre-order! The Missiological Use of Hebrews in African American Christianity ...

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An In-Depth Book Review of Mobilizing Gen Z!

By WCP Team
on October 21, 2022
Sadiri Joy Tira offers a review of Mobilizing Gen Z, which he says is "practical without losing its scholarship."

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Bulk Discounts at!

By WCP Team
on October 17, 2022

Did you know we offer bulk discount rates? Here's a list of them to help you save!

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A "New Mind" of Mobilization – Engaging Gen Z

By WCP Team
on September 23, 2022

Dear Friends,

Are we ready to pass the torch to Gen Z? Listen to these three amazing podcasts by Jolene Erlacher and Katy White as they talk about engaging young missionaries in training and in the field of missions.  

Jolene Erlacher is a next gen researcher, speaker, and consultant at Leading Tomorrow (; She teaches graduate courses at several Christian universities, equipping ministry leaders serving in a variety of contexts.

Katy White is a mission mobilizer focused on helping members of the emerging generation find their place in God's global work. Katy currently serves with GoCorps (;

The Missionary Mobilization Podcast 

This episode will inspire and equip you to mobilize the next generation of missionaries. Jolene answers the following questions:

  1. What motivated you and co-author Katy White to write this book?

  2. What are some cultural influences we should be aware of when mobilizing Gen Z?

  3. What are some unique characteristics of Gen Z as it relates to missions?

  4. In your book, you write about a “New Mind of Mobilization.” What do you mean by that?

  5. What are three specific strategies to mobilize Gen Z?

 Listen to the Podcast HERE!


The Leading Tomorrow Podcast 


In this special episode, Jolene is joined by her co-author, Katy White, to discuss their new book, Mobilizing Gen Z: Challenges and Opportunities for the Global Age of Missions. The new book launched August 8, 2022. In their discussion, Jolene and Katy present insights on mobilizing and encouraging Gen Zers, and they give an overview of the practical applications and resources in the book. 

Listen to the Podcast HERE

The Missions Podcast 

The generation now coming of age is fraught with anxiety and feeling isolated. What will it take for missionaries and church leaders to motivate Gen Z towards cross-cultural missions? We explore this fascinating question with Dr. Jolene Erlacher, author, speaker, consultant, leadership coach, and teacher.

Listen to the Podcast HERE!


For your interest, enjoy 15% off Mobilizing Gen Z paperback or ePub (not Kindle) at a discount! 

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If you weren't involved at Wittenberg 2017 ... why read the book?

By WCP Team
on August 03, 2022

Why should you read Unity Through Repentance if you did not attend Wittenberg 2017?

We thought we would share some short video testimonials to find the answer to that question.

Caroline Owens (Catholic), a Third Order Dominican  quotes:

"The book is a wonderful representation of 'ordinary people' doing God's will in the moment and says God was present orchestrating the whole thing."


Richard Harvey, a Messianic Jewish author, historian, and theologian quotes:

"It's not just a personal story of the author's journey, it's also a short history and overview of all of the issues that have separated believers of Jesus and the church from the Jewish people.  The book has emphasized the need for reconciliation between individual Christians and between denominations." 


Jim MacDonald (Protestant), a patent engineer quotes:

"I've seen people have to organize family reunions, and this is very much a family reunion story that is very near and dear to the Father's heart." 


Verena Lang, a historian, and her husband Hans-Peter Lang, a forester, both Catholic living in Austria quotes:

"Jesus emphasized the importance of unity in the body of Christ.  He prayed to the Father that we should be one as He is one with the Father.  Follow Thomas and Amy Cogdell on an exciting pilgrimage."

Interested in reading Unity Through Repentance: The Journey to Wittenberg 2017?  Save 15% off the paperback and eBook with code UNITY22 at checkout!