Although not identified yet as World Partners, its work began as religious renewal
movements during the late nineteenth century. Out of these movements emerged
a commitment to bring enduring change at home and abroad as individuals with a
common purpose shared their new found hope and labored to develop schools, places
of worship and hospitals among some of the least developed countries of the world.
Early ventures included Liberia (1890), Turkey (1898), Sierra Leone (1898), Nigeria
In recent years, the identification and development of key leaders throughout the world