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About Truth for Today World Mission School
"And the things which you have heard from me in
the presence of many witnesses, these entrust to faithful men,
who will be able to teach others also" (2 Timothy 2:2).
Truth for Today World Mission School in Searcy, Arkansas, is a multifaceted
non-profit organization dedicated to world evangelism. Directed by Eddie
Cloer, a professor of Bible and preaching courses at Harding University, TFTWMS
strives to teach faithfully the Holy Scriptures of our Lord.
Experienced missionaries agree that the survival and spiritual growth of
congregations planted around the world may depend on the availability of
printed Bible-study materials. The primary focus of Truth for Today World
Mission School, a monthly publication called Truth for Today, is
designed to address this need.
This publication is sent to tens of thousands of preachers and Bible
teachers. Each issue is the equivalent of a 150-page book. It is
published twelve times a year and is mailed in English to thousands of
preaching brethren in many nations all over the globe.
Translating offices have been established in Brazil, China, Costa
Rica, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, and Ukraine.
Specific content guidelines have been set to ensure that the teaching materials
are in harmony with the restoration of New Testament Christianity.
Specifically, (a) these materials are to respect and promote the New Testament
church and must not in any way sanction or lend credence to denominationalism;
that is, religious bodies created by man; (b) these materials must concentrate
on the exposition of the teachings of the Bible in a fundamental, safe, and
practical way; (c) these materials must always be clear on the way of salvation
through faith, repentance, confession of Jesus Christ, and baptism for the
forgiveness of sins, as taught in the Scriptures; (d) these materials must
promote the worship of God according to the New Testament pattern and must not
express any kind of approval for any kind of human innovation; (e) these
materials must not argue for American Christianity as opposed to arguing for
the universal Christianity of the New Testament with its eternal principles
which may be appropriately applied in any culture.
To read more about the work of TFTWMS, go to the