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Our Country. Our Generation. More Diverse Than Ever.

Our nation of nations is comprised of 500 diverse groups speaking over 600 languages. The opportunity to reach every tribe, ethnic group and culture, every person who is blind, deaf, disabled, or in need of compassion ministries is right in front of us, across the street and down the road.

Intercultural Ministries launches missionaries into America to speak the truth of Jesus to everyone. They all have the same goal - follow the heart of God to reach every culture - "that none perish."

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“Whereas we thank God for the destiny that is upon our lives, as a mission organization, we want to move beyond destiny and leave a legacy. Thus, replication is our objective.”

Rev. Malcolm P. Burleigh
Executive Director
Assemblies of God U.S. Mission


Salvations 2017 (Jan-Sep) 5,343
Holy Spirit Baptisms 2017 (Jan-Sep) 835
Water Baptisms 2017 (Jan-Sep) 251

Intercultural Ministries also works with U.S. missionaries who are called to people groups that require specialized understanding and preparation. Schools of Urban missions, Native American Bible Schools and Development Centers provide programs of training and mentoring. Language seminars are offered to non-English speaking ministers and laypersons. Our missionaries cultivate leaders within these people groups to transform lives and conduct vibrant ministries in their communities.

Our Senior Director ~ Wayne Huffman

Wayne and Drue Huffman are long-term career missionaries with the Assemblies of God.
 
After serving as Assistant Pastor of a French AG church in Paris and studying at Continental Theological Seminary in Brussels, Belgium, the Huffmans returned to the USA in the late 80's and pastored a growing church in the French speaking area of south Louisiana.
 
In 1990 they were appointed the first resident Assemblies of God World Missionaries to the country of Romania and ministered there for a period of 12 years.  While there they were involved in Bible School training, church planting, orphanage ministry and women's ministry.  After serving in Romania, the Huffmans were transferred to Western Europe where they helped to develop the Assemblies of God European policy on ministry to refugees and immigrants that were flooding into the European continent.  The Huffmans spent several years discovering refugee churches and bringing them into the Pentecostal fellowships of Western Europe.  They also served as the liaison for the French Assemblies of God in regards to ethnic churches that were found within the territory of France.
 
Sensing the Lord leading them back to the USA for ministry, the Huffmans transferred to U.S. Missions and were appointed in April 2014 to minister to the refugees and immigrants coming into the USA.  Serving as National Field Representative of Ethnic Ministries, they have seen the work expand in a variety of ways.  Convinced that the Lord is sending the refugee to our doorstep to hear the Gospel, the Huffman's have actively sought out immigrant pastors and have served as the bridge to help them successfully plant ethnic churches in the USA.   Also started has been a thriving children's ministry in the inner city projects of Phoenix, AZ.  This team has been comprised mainly of Romanians who have immigrated to the USA and want to make a difference in this country.  An Arabic Bible School has also been started, through an AG Pastor from Jordan who immigrated to the USA.  This school exists to train a future generation of Arabs to reach their people in the USA for Christ as well as an internet based Arabic television program.  
 
Having served as missionaries, the Huffmans understand the needs of missionary families and stand ready, in this new assignment, to walk alongside them to further to cause of Christ amongst the unreached in the USA.
 
They have one son and daughter-in-law, Adrian and Christina, living in Arizona.

Malcolm 2013