In September 1995, at the age of 58, the pastor and physician José Rodrigues received from the Lord a word about what the vision of the WM would be. God entrusted to him the way the work was to be carried out, based on four pillars: Unity, Ministerial Relations, Righteous Acts and Unreached Peoples.
First Prophetic Encounter
In April 1996 the first Prophetic Encounter took place in the city of São Luís de Montes Belos, in Goiás. Approximately 400 people participated in the event.
First trip to Africa
On a trip to Mozambique, Ptr. José Rodrigues knew the reality of the unreached peoples. Because of this, the WM Program that would work in the evangelization of every people, tribe, language and nation was born.
First trip to India
During a visit to India, Ptr. José was aware of the problem of “sex slaves”, girls who, until today, are sold to be used as prostitutes. Since then, he set out to invest his life so they could be rescued.
First trip to Nepal
In 1998, Ptr. José Rodrigues traveled for the first time to Kathmandu, Nepal. There, God showed how urgent it was to begin a job of rescuing sex slaves in the region.
“I would give my life to see at least one of these girls recovered, with Jesus in the heart, full of the life of God, joyful and present her to the Lord Jesus saying: Here it is Lord, it's your bride!” - José Rodrigues.
Return to India
In September 1999, Ptr. José Rodrigues and two other pastors went to India to start a church in Varanasi, the country's main Hindu city.
MCM School Creation
In 1999 was born the School of Worship, Character and Missions, with the objective of helping churches in the formation of workers.
Rescue of girls in Nepal
In sharing the situation of the girls in Nepal, the family of Ptr. Silvio Silva became available to move to that country. And so the first MCM work in the nations was born, known as the Apple of God’s Eyes. The work has prospered and to this day it has developed in an extraordinary way.
First Encounter of Pastors
In 2002 the first Encounter of Pastors of the MCM took place. At the time, approximately 20 people participated in the event. Today, the encounter brings together about 1,000 pastors and leaders from all over Brazil.
Birth of the Heirs of God
In 2009, the MCM enters Sudan to provide assistance to orphaned children, victims of the longest war in activity in Africa, which has lasted for about 50 years. Today, the Program has already reached countries such as Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and Paraguay.