Empart is transforming communities by establishing congregations with local leaders that are relevant within the local culture and are truly indigenous in character. A transformed community is defined as having 12 or more believers meeting regularly – we call these Established. If people are gathering regularly for service, but there are less than 12 believers in the congregation, it is known as Developing. Empart currently has nearly 14,000 established and over 16,000 developing transformed communities.
Empart field workers work in various regions throughout southern Asia, with each region in need of resources to enable the workers to effectively reach their communities with the love of Christ. $150 per month fully covers the cost of one field worker and his family.