Go, Deep and Wide!
Deepening Worship, Wide-Reaching Mission
Deep and Wide Foundation is an organization rooted in evangelical Christian faith, dedicated to worship, mission, and education. We are committed to profound worship based on the biblical foundation and engage in mission work that directs our steps to where God's heart flows. Furthermore, we delve into these two core values that the gospel embodies and develop educational programs that bridge the gaps.
So that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith—that you, being rooted and grounded in love, may have strength to comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth and length and height and depth, and to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, that you may be filled with all the fullness of God.
Educate Wholehearted Worshipers to Become God-hearted Missionaries
Praise & Media
DW Worship is a specialized ministry dedicated to worship and praise. Every third Sunday of the month, we come together for our regular worship services known as DWNOW (Deep and Wide Night of Worship), where we engage in worship, praise, study the Word, and prayer.
In addition to this, we collaborate with local churches and missionary organizations to provide support for worship teams. We also conduct worship seminars, training programs, and media video production to advance our ministry.
Mission Support & Emergency Relief
DW Friends is a missionary support network that collaborates with missionaries from various countries to assess and provide assistance for local needs. We dispatch emergency relief teams to disaster and conflict-stricken regions worldwide and provide support. Currently, DW is actively involved in supporting Ukrainian war refugees and post-war reconstruction efforts, as well as offering assistance for earthquake relief in the Turkish region. Additionally, we operate an online English education program for missionary children within the network.
Better Globe Makers
Research & Project
Better Globe Makers(BGM) is a program designed to enhance the missionary capabilities of the next generation. This global project provides an opportunity for selected students to visit conflict zones and developing countries, conduct research, and make presentations. It offers them an experience to contribute to the world using their talents. Participants may also be eligible for the President's Volunteer Service Award in the United States. For more information, please visit the BGM website through the link below.
Worship and Mission
<Let the Nations Be Glad> by John Piper
Missions is not the ultimate goal of the Church. Worship is.
Missions exists because worship doesn’t. Worship is ultimate, not missions, because God is ultimate, not man. When this age is over, and the countless millions of the redeemed fall on their faces before the throne of God, missions will be no more. It is a temporary necessity. But worship abides forever. Worship, therefore, is the fuel and goal of missions. It’s the goal of missions because in missions we simply aim to bring the nations into the white hot enjoyment of God’s glory.
The goal of missions is the gladness of the peoples in the greatness of God. “The Lord reigns; let the earth rejoice; let the many coastlands be glad!” (Ps 97:1). “Let the peoples praise thee, O God; let all the peoples praise thee! Let the nations be glad and sing for joy!” (Ps 67:3-4). But worship is also the fuel of missions. Passion for God in worship precedes the offer of God in preaching. You can’t commend what you don’t cherish. Missionaries will never call out, “Let the nations be glad!” who cannot say from the heart, “I rejoice in the Lord...I will be glad and exult in thee, I will sing praise to thy name, O Most High” (Ps 104:34, 9:2). Missions begins and ends in worship. ...(ellipsis)
God's Passion for God - the Foundation for Ours. One of the things God uses to make this truth take hold of a person and a church is the stunning realization that it is also true for God himself. Missions is not God's ultimate goal, worship is. And when this sinks into a person's heart, everything changes. The world is often turned on its head. And everything looks different-including the missionary enterprise. The ultimate foundation for our passion to see God glorified is his own passion to be glorified. God is central and supreme in his own affections. There are no rivals for the supremacy of God's glory in his own heart. God is not an idolater. He does not disobey the first and great commandment. With all his heart and soul and strength and mind he delights in the glory of his manifold perfections. The most passionate heart for God in all the universe is God's heart.
This truth, more than any other I know, seals the conviction that worship is the fuel and goal of missions. The deepest reason why our passion for God should fuel missions is that God's passion for God fuels missions. Missions is the overflow of our delight in God because missions is the overflow of God's delight in being God. And the deepest reason why worship is the goal in missions is that worship is God's goal. We are confirmed in this goal by the biblical record of God's relentless pursuit of praise among the nations. "Praise the Lord, all nations! Extol him all peoples!" (Ps 117:1). If it is God's goal it must be our goal.
God's story continues within us.