All About YWAM Madison
We are a community of missionaries committed to mobilizing and discipling this generation to live like Jesus, discover their calling, and fulfill the Great Commission.
YWAM Madison is a vibrant missions community that empowers you to transform nations through the love and power of Jesus. We're international and multi-generational, connected by our passion to know and serve God and to make Him known to people around the world.
- Exceptional training and personal discipleship
- Equipping young people to be life-long missionaries in whatever field they are called to.
- Teaching and modeling an investigative approach to the Bible
- Creativity, innovation, worship, and prayer.
- Reaching the nations
- The spheres of society
- Training & sending
- Ending Bible poverty
- University students
- Women & children at risk
- Ending human trafficking and slavery
Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, is a friendly and beautiful city that is alive with vibrant cultures, activism, and mid-western values. We’re well-known for the University of Wisconsin (Go Badgers!), our lakes, and, of course, cheese.
YWAM Madison currently owns three buildings that provide housing & space for ministry to take place. Each building has a a unique function and all three located in different parts of Madison and the surrounding area.
Meet The Team
After more than 30 years, YWAM-Madison continues to develop, grow, and follow the Lord wherever He leads. We have a team of over 35 staff members from all over the world spanning the ages of newborn to "seventy-something."
"Warren and Gayle Keapproth led a small team to establish YWAM Madison in 1986 to meet the spiritual needs of university students, and to encourage, engage, and equip students to serve a needy world when they return to their home countries and jobs. "Since then, the vision of YWAM Madison has grown to encompass many more things. However, we continue to embrace university ministry, are passionate about training and sending, and love to see the various spheres of society impacted by the Kingdom of God and Biblical truths."
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