»»July 19th, 2018 by admin

Youth With A Mission is an international volunteer movement of Christians from many backgrounds, cultures and Christian traditions, dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world. Also known as YWAM (pronounced “WHY-wham”), our purpose is simply to know God and to make Him known.

When YWAM began in 1960, our main focus was giving young people opportunities to demonstrate the love of Jesus to the whole world, according to His command in Mark 16:15. Today, we still focus on youth, but we have members (known as “YWAMers”) of almost every age and many of our short-term efforts have grown into long-term endeavors that have impacted lives and nations.

YWAM has a decentralized structure that encourages new vision and the exploration of new ways to change lives through training, convey the message of the gospel and care for those in need. We are currently operating in more than 1000 locations in over 180 countries, with a staff of over 18,000.

Outreach Teams

»»June 19th, 2018 by admin


Whether you are a YWAM base, YWAM school or a Church group, we welcome outreach teams in and around Bangalore. Please get in touch with us through the ‘Contact Us’ link for further communication.

Staff needed

»»July 19th, 2016 by admin


We are looking for DTS graduates who wants to serve in YWAM Bangalore in the following areas:
Media and communication
Mercy Ministries
Children Ministries
Medical Ministries
Neighbours Ministries
Evangelism and Church Planting

Project Esther

»»December 1st, 2009 by admin



“Restoring the identity, beauty & dignity of Women in distress”

What is Project Esther? Project Esther is about restoring the identity, beauty & dignity of Women in distress by giving them holistic opportunities to learn, work and develop resources for their families.

Why Project Esther? There are many Women in India who are not only battling struggles of their poverty but they also have to deal with other issues which put them in deep distress. Some of their common problems are as follows:

Lack of education: Often in the villages of India Girls are expected to fulfill domestic duties and education is seen as secondary for them. The parents of a girl do not want to waste money and time on her as they think that women should be wedded off as soon as possible. Sometimes schools are too expensive or far away. The lack of education is one of the major causes for many other problems such as poor health and hygiene practices.

Mistreatment: In India violence against women common not just in remote parts but also in cities. They experience physical and mental violence. Every hour a woman is raped in India. Every 93 minutes a woman is burnt to death due to dowry problems (family of the husband pressuring family of the wife for more dowry money). There are laws in India to protect women but the conviction rate of offenders is very low.

Overworked: Indian women work more than men of India but their work is hardly recognized as they mainly do unskilled work.

What are the practical ways Project Esther seeks to help Women in Distress?

There are many issues Women in India among the lower strata of society face but we will proved the following to help address those problems:
1. Unemployment:                         Training & Development in Skills and forming self – help groups.
2. Poverty:                                        Promotion of income generation programmes
3. Dowry Culture & battering:    Awareness programmes through workshops, counseling and street theatre.
4. Unhealthy worldview:             Project Esther therefore seeks to follow


Our 5 practical doable steps to help Women selected and identified holistically. The S.T.E.P.S are as follows:

Selection of Women in Distress: The Process of Selection is based on recommendations from Local Pastors and other Community leaders. They fill out application forms for our verification. We are accepting 10-20 Women every quarter and aim to increase it progressively. Getting a reference form their local leaders or Pastors will enable us to screen the candidates.  This in-house program is only for Single Women from age 18 upwards – some exceptions can be made but that is at the discretion of our leadership team. We will provide Vocational training, Character formation, Spoken English, & Basic Computers. The goal of this program will be to help Women get a job or start a income generational business.

Training & Development: We have their training in formal and non-formal style. This is an in-house modular form of training as our research tells us that it’s the best way to impact them holistically. They go through 360 hours of skill development training in 90 days and another 120 hours of teaching from the Bible on Character and Spiritual formation. By the end of 90 days, they will be able to get a job or start a business in the field of Tailoring, Will have a basic understanding of computers, and we will also expose them to spoken English skills.

Empowering: Project Esther will seek to help and assist the applicant with creative ways of empowering and championing them in their own context.

Providing Opportunities for income generation At the end of each respective training module, we will connect them to existing opportunities through YWAM’s database and for deserving and needy candidates an appropriate income-generating tool will be given. Support groups Project Esther will facilitate our trained women by creating support groups. These groups will continue to serve by counseling, facilitating technical assistance if needed and coaching them to be Women of honor. These groups will also be a place for conducting awareness programs on issues facing them.

For information on volunteering or supporting this project contact Aldrin Bogi.



YWAM Bangalore training is on the move!

»»November 20th, 2009 by ywambangalore

Our YWAM Bangalore training schools will be moving to new locations in the coming month from the present location of Grace Mansion to different new locations in the same area of greater Bangalore.  Pray for us as we make this big transition.  Watch this website for updates!


Next open meeting – Exact date and location to be announced

»»January 1st, 2000 by admin

The YWAM Bangalore Open Meeting is about being passionate about God and worshiping Him in creative ways. There are good speakers on various topics as well as we learn how to get closer to God and to catch more vision for reaching this city.

  • Gather for worship
  • Gather for the word brought to you from incredible men and women of God from all over the world.
  • Gather for prayer this city and the nations
  • Gather to connect over tea, coffee, dessert- it’s always worth it

We are  now entering a new dynamic and emphasis for the meetings… plans are being made…. details to come!

The open meeting will not be held at Grace Mansion but instead a new location in the city.  Please check this website later on for more details.