Missions and Education
Expanding the Narrow Gate Through Woodworking
The Narrow Gate Foundation has helped more than 500 young men discover a relationship with Jesus Christ while finding and pursuing their life’s purpose through woodworking.
Building 600 Homes in Fiji After Cyclone Winston
After the Southern Hemisphere’s most-powerful cyclone hit the Fijian islands in 2016, a group of dedicated missionaries and volunteers traveled from Montana, Alabama, Tennessee, Iowa, Oregon, and California to begin an extensive rebuilding project that resulted in more than 600 homes built for dozens of Fijian island communities.
Wood-Mizer Missions Team Visits Costa Rica
Teaming up with Youth with a Mission (YWAM), several Wood-Mizer employees and family members traveled to Costa Rica to build a housing structure for visiting missionaries in the area. Here are a few first-hand experiences from the mission team’s travels.
Building Churches and Schools in Papua New Guinea
Missionary Jesse Pryor returned to Papua New Guinea where he was born and raised to build churches, schools, and medical facilities for the local community in the remote jungle.
One Small Sawmill Creates Positive Change in the Congo Jungle
Missionary Glen Chapman shares how one small sawmill in Congo has improved lives in amazing ways.