The Wilts - NAME Intracultural Missionaries - UPCI

My wife and I have been traveling together for the last year and a half. We have been on five Reservations.So far about 27 filled with the Holy Ghost.

Rev. Stanley Wilt and his wife Cynthia have been appointed as Intracultural Missionaries for Native American Ministries & Evangelism; a ministry of the United Pentecostal Church, Int'l. They have started their deputation four months earlier than expected, and have already incurred quite a bit of expense. They are in need of a van for travel purposes, and welcome any partners or donations in this endeavor. They are set up on PayPal to receive donations - at [email protected] If you would prefer to mail a donation - their mailing address is Rev. Stanley Wilt PO Box 217 Sanford, NC 27331

Mission: As Intracultural Missionaries, the Wilt's main purpose is to be a planter of churches among the millions of the Native North Americans across the US and Canada. This will be accomplished by visiting churches that are located in areas that have significant native populations. The goal is to establish and leave behind a functional multicultural congregation and repeat the process in another area. The Need: We have numerous congregations across our fellowship that are requesting assistance in establishing a multicultural congregation mothered by their local church. They view the fact that this task is a challenge to reach into specific cultural and linguistic groups.

This is our newsletter from last quarter. We are doing this "Deputation Thing" for the next few months, so we will keep you posted on this page as well.

[12/24/19]   MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR, Troops. We certainly hope that this past year has been one of blessing and favor.
We are in North Carolina having our Christmas with our family. In spite of all the Christmas cheer going around so is a terrible stomach virus and a flu bug. Hopefully everybody will be well within the next couple of days and our celebrations can continue unhindered.
We need some serious prayers to go up on our behalf because of the need to go back on the road for a few months to shore up the budget. This is a pretty hard thing to do when we are in the midst of setting up a new endeavor on another Reservation. Appointments and programs will have to be put on hold for awhile. Of course we do understand that without a good solid budget we would not be able to make anything happen.
As it now stands, we should be able to start our travels by the first of February and finish up by mid May at the latest.
Our needs are:
A) at least 15 churches or individuals to donate a one time offering of at least $500;
B) at least 25 individuals or churches that will sign up with us for $50 per month.
C) if those of you who are faithfully supporting us currently would increase your monthly giving by at least $15 per month,
then our budget will be secured and we can quickly return to our work.
The only way for us to ever repay you for your support
is to do our due diligence in representing you in the field.
If any of you would like to start supporting our work, increase your monthly commitment to Native American Life Focus, Multicultural Missions, or make a one time donation to our budget then please contact me and we will take care of it electronically and send you a copy of your agreement. A receipt will be sent to you for your donations. Or...…..
Our account number is: # 14284 Stanley W. Wilt 919-478-7107 MCM Missionary to Native America If you prefer: TEXT TO DONATE: text MMWILT to 41444 Multiculturalministries.org [email protected]
Thank you from the bottoms of our hearts for rising to the occasion with your prayers and finances.
Stan and Cynthia Wilt

[12/24/19]   MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR, Troops. We certainly hope that this past year has been one of blessing and favor.
We are in North Carolina having our Christmas with our family. In spite of all the Christmas cheer going around so is a terrible stomach virus and a flu bug. Hopefully everybody will be well within the next couple of days and our celebrations can continue unhindered.
We need some serious prayers to go up on our behalf because of the need to go back on the road for a few months to shore up the budget. This is a pretty hard thing to do when we are in the midst of setting up a new endeavor on another Reservation. Appointments and programs will have to be put on hold for awhile. Of course we do understand that without a good solid budget we would not be able to make anything happen.
As it now stands, we should be able to start our travels by the first of February and finish up by mid May at the latest.
Our needs are:
A) at least 15 churches or individuals to donate a one time offering of at least $500;
B) at least 25 individuals or churches that will sign up with us for $50 per month.
C) if those of you who are faithfully supporting us currently would increase your monthly giving by at least $15 per month,
then our budget will be secured and we can quickly return to our work.
The only way for us to ever repay you for your support
is to do our due diligence in representing you in the field.
If any of you would like to start supporting our work, increase your monthly commitment to Native American Life Focus, Multicultural Missions, or make a one time donation to our budget then please contact me and we will take care of it electronically and send you a copy of your agreement. A receipt will be sent to you for your donations. Or...…..
Our account number is: # 14284 Stanley W. Wilt 919-478-7107 MCM Missionary to Native America If you prefer: TEXT TO DONATE: text MMWILT to 41444 Multiculturalministries.org [email protected]
Thank you from the bottoms of our hearts for rising to the occasion with your prayers and finances.
Stan and Cynthia Wilt

[12/24/19]   MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR, Troops. We certainly hope that this past year has been one of blessing and favor.
We are in North Carolina having our Christmas with our family. In spite of all the Christmas cheer going around so is a terrible stomach virus and a flu bug. Hopefully everybody will be well within the next couple of days and our celebrations can continue unhindered.
We need some serious prayers to go up on our behalf because of the need to go back on the road for a few months to shore up the budget. This is a pretty hard thing to do when we are in the midst of setting up a new endeavor on another Reservation. Appointments and programs will have to be put on hold for awhile. Of course we do understand that without a good solid budget we would not be able to make anything happen.
As it now stands, we should be able to start our travels by the first of February and finish up by mid May at the latest.
Our needs are:
A) at least 15 churches or individuals to donate a one time offering of at least $500;
B) at least 25 individuals or churches that will sign up with us for $50 per month.
C) if those of you who are faithfully supporting us currently would increase your monthly giving by at least $15 per month,
then our budget will be secured and we can quickly return to our work.
The only way for us to ever repay you for your support
is to do our due diligence in representing you in the field.
If any of you would like to start supporting our work, increase your monthly commitment to Native American Life Focus, Multicultural Missions, or make a one time donation to our budget then please contact me and we will take care of it electronically and send you a copy of your agreement. A receipt will be sent to you for your donations. Or...…..
Our account number is: # 14284 Stanley W. Wilt 919-478-7107 MCM Missionary to Native America If you prefer: TEXT TO DONATE: text MMWILT to 41444 Multiculturalministries.org [email protected]
Thank you from the bottoms of our hearts for rising to the occasion with your prayers and finances.
Stan and Cynthia Wilt

[12/01/18]   Good afternoon, to all our friends, family and great army that stands by us in our quest for deliverance for the Native American/First Nations population across North America.
Today finds us in Tucson, Arizona where we've been for the past three weeks. In the immediate area are two main Tribal Reservations: Pesqua Yaqui and the Tohona O'Odom. We are working under the invitation of Rev. Paul Conner, Faith Tabernacle, Tucson, AZ.
Thus far we have certified 19 (what a team!) in the A.C.T.S. program; had our first meeting with the Tribal Council of the Yaqui Tribe (formal meeting on Dec 12th) with a meeting following on Jan 15th with the Tribal Health Dept.Board Mtg. (30-35 staff members). These are the people who set the standard for Substance Abuse and Recovery programs on the Reservation. The Director has asked me to come and make a presentation to their Board. Not only do they need us, but they want our help.
Although we do not come onto the Rez. as a Religious Order we do help people overcome their addictions by helping them find a relationship with the Creator and allow Him to lead them to a Bible believing church that can offer them the aftercare they need to stay clean. Our success ratios have been really good and our efforts productive.
Next Monday I will deliver a personal info packet: resume, letters of reference) to the T'O' Tribal Council Secretary in preparation for a meeting with the Tribal Chairman and his staff. We should be fully "Boots on the Ground" shortly after the first of the year.
I began last Thursday with my first Bible Study with a middle aged man from the T'O'. He is so full of questions about this new way and so impatient to know much more so fast. Say a prayer for him......and me!
So, pray for the doors to be productive, hearts and minds to be receptive and the Kingdom to be fulfilled in this land.
Again, as so many times before, we say THANK YOU for your continued support in both prayer and finance. So far we do not have a definite plan to stop and deputize because you have all been so faithful with your support. May the LORD GOD of Glory cause His countenance to shine down upon you and give you great peace and blessings.

[07/11/18]   DAGO'TEE' from the beautiful White Mountain Apache Reservation. Home of the Fort Apache Apaches here in the high country of Arizona.
We have been here since the 3rd of May and are beginning to see some results. The normal opposition from one of the Dept heads has created a set back or two, but God has given me favor with a couple of the Tribal Council members and they are lobbying on our behalf.
Our program list has been enlarged to include Celebrate Recovery and Blue Riband Life Foundation, a program that deals with life skills, leadership development and anti bullying in High Schools.
Because of the opposition of a Dept Head we are having to do all our work at this time through a local Apostolic church in Whiteriver. There are three Bible studies with another to start this week and our A.C.T.S. classes going on now on a weekly basis. We have just trained another seven people to be A.C.T.S. instructors and they will serve the White Mountain Apache and the Navajo/Hopi to the north.
Prior to coming to the Apache we had been on the Colorado River Indian Tribes Reservation in western Arizona. However, because of a recall of all the Tribal officials and the enemy that withstood us through the Dir of the Dept of Health, (who has since been removed) we were never able to work on the Reservation. We were able to get about seven Bible studies going and baptized two and they both got the Holy Ghost, so all was not lost. The new Health Dept Dir is scheduled to call me this afternoon about meeting his Board and returning to Parker to pick up where we left off.
We are also glad to report that the work with the Mohawk Nation in New York is still flourishing. A.C.T.S classes, Domestic Violence classes and Bible studies continue on a weekly basis and God is adding to the Church there in Massena.
The Multi Cultural Ministries Summit is set for Aug 2-4 at Dallas First Church, so if at all possible please make plans to attend. You can find info on the MCM website. General Conference is also just around the corner and it appears that it will also be another glorious time.
Thanks, EVERYBODY, for all that you do to keep us on site. Your prayers and financial support have been phenomenal! This Nov will mark 4 years that we have been on various Reservations. This being said, please consider you giving for "four more years!" to keep us involved in the Harvest. It would be awesome to visit with all of you again to resubscribe a budget, but that is not feasible and we would be away from our works for too long of a time.
TO THIS POWERFUL ARMY.....YOU ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED and all that we are able to accomplish is because you keep us held up in God's presence and He sends us revival.
Hopefully our next report to you will be much more timely and informative.
God bless each of you for your faithfulness to us and the Cause.
Bro. and Sis. Wilt
Multicultural Missionary to Native Americans

[01/01/18]   HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

We want to wish each of our partners and friends the best year ever!
This year marks the fourth year of our initial appointment to Intracultural Missions. Really this was the fifth year for me since I spent over two years on deputation to raise my budget.
So far the works have progressed very well, with over 100 baptized in Jesus Name and filled with the Holy Ghost in the past three years. We are in the process of establishing a new daughter work now that will be the ninth work planted.
Now we stand on the cusp of what promises to be a year of Revival and Jubilee. We want each of you there with us, rejoicing every step of the way!
We have tried our best to be good stewards over what you put in our hands to work with and at present our budget is still in very good condition, well into the black.
In reference to what's ahead may I remind you of how important you are to the work. Time spent in travel will take time away from the field, so I would like to encourage you to continue with us. Not just for the remainder of this appointment, but for the next four years of a new appointment.
We will have a more complete Newsletter out real soon showing the progress.
Continue to keep us in your prayers that God will continue to open doors and give us the sense to walk thru them.
Again, Happy New Year, and thanks again for all you do for us as we reach for the Native American culture.

Hope you enjoy our latest Newsletter. Thank you for your continued prayers and financial support.

[09/05/17]   Good morning to all our faithful friends.
So sorry that some of you are having to deal with all the Harvey aftermath. Some of you have lost everything, but the God who saved us is able to keep us in the days to come.
We are still here in Massena, NY with the Mohawk. All the hoops have been jumped through, building secured, printing and signage completed, hundreds of handbills passed out and flyers on bulletin boards. Now we need people! Since we are only here until the first of November we need to see some progress so we will have time to get it all turned over to our transition couple.
This is where our prayer team comes in: we need you to step up and help us pray over the power of the enemy who has this Reservation under his control.
The needs here are overwhelming as they are on most of the Native American Reservations we serve, so that is nothing new. The people are very friendly and have accepted us with favor. However, we need to get into their heads, hearts and homes to see what God will do among them.
Thanks to all of you who faithfully support this great cause.
If you would like to be a part of this great cause let me know and I will email you the form. Also, to those of you who are our partners, thank you. Will you please consider continuing on with us for another four years? Our first term will be up November of next year and we are looking forward to some really great changes and additions to our programs and outreach.

[03/20/17]   We are teaching ACTS every Tuesday evening to about 33 Tribal folks in the District 6 Admin Center on the Gila River Pima/Maricopa Reservation outside of Phoenix, AZ under the direction of Pastor Delmon Sansom, Phoenix Revival Center, and our team from there. As a result of these classes we have been asked to teach ACTS in the Rehab Center on the Reservation. On Tues eve we have 18 ladies and 2 staff members in attendance. As a direct result of this we are teaching 5 Bible studies on Wednesday eve gathering in a local home; we are teaching ACTS in the Rehabilitation Center in Dist 6 on the Reservation, to 17 men on Thursday eve.
To make it better for the adults we have started up classes for kids and teens while their parents are in class. About 6 kids and one grandmother have been attending. So, every week we are touching approx 55 to 60 Tribal members.
We continue to canvas door to door reaching another 40 to 50 homes each couple of weeks.
There is always the danger of overwhelming the host church and team by developing a larger work than they can accommodate. We have also been invited into the Adult and Juvenile Detention Center in Dist 3. We just submitted the paper work and fingerprint cards to them last Wed and should be cleared in about 5 weeks. This new endeavor will be conducted under the authority of Pastor Andrew Combs and the church from Casa Grande, AZ. This is the first area that we developed when we came to AZ about 2 years ago.
Another first was this past Friday night. We had been asked to do a "Home Blessing" at a home where the father, now deceased, was a full blown Satan worshipper. There were about 20 in attendance and the power of God was very thick in their presence. Although the presence of the enemy could be felt strongly in one of the bedrooms, as we prayed the presence left and the beautiful presence of God once again prevailed.

[01/20/17]   Greetings!
Wow! What a year looms before us. Another year older, a brand new president here in the good old USA and another new work coming up on another Native American Reservation.
One would think that by now it would be getting easier, not! We are not the only ones that know that the end approaches, Hell knows as well and all its minions are trying to halt the work in any way possible. I need every member of our great army to rise up against the forces coming against us.
We will be here on the Gila River Pima Reservation, Phoenix, AZ, until April and by that time the work should be established and turned over to local leadership. By the end of April we will head for Bemidji, MN, back to the Chippewa. July will find us on our way to Massena, NY and the Mohawk.
There is still so much to do and the work continues to mount up. We are so few and they are so many. Please pray for the Lord of the Harvest to send labourers, send them soon and send many.
I am thankful for the leadership of great people who serve so faithfully, namely Bro. and Sis. Hanscom. Without their vision, burden and passion many of these "missions" would not exist and multitudes would never have heard.
But you, you powerful people of purpose, are the ones who make it happen on a daily basis. Your effectual fervent prayers and your faithful sacrificial financial support are what keeps us among the "People".
Continue with us in prayer and commitment. It is an honor to serve you, this great Church, and the Lord God who not only founded it, but keeps it. He is soon to come and so many are not ready.
Yours for this cause and these awesome Native American People,

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