Does Word Up have a doctrinal statement?
Yes, you can read our Statement of Beliefs here.
Is Word Up Ministries a non-profit corporation?
Yes. Word Up Ministries is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that gratefully receives gifts and contributions. For questions regarding donations, please contact us at email@example.com.
We use the gifts to support the work of Word Up Ministries, including Read Thru the Word in English and ASL. Gifts can be made here.
What is the Word Up church affiliation or denomination?
Word Up Ministries is not affiliated with any particular denomination, and our staff represents a variety of different denominations.
How do I subscribe to the Word Up Ministries email list?
To receive Word Up Ministries updates, click here.
How can I pray for Word Up Ministries and Wendy Pope?
We covet your prayers as we seek to teach the Word with authenticity and integrity, for support to have accomplish our ministry goals, and against the enemy who seeks to stop what the Lord wants to accomplish.
How is Word Up Ministries funded?
Word Up Ministries is supported by our generous donors and the resources we carry in our store. Learn how to support us here.
Does Word Up Ministries accept online donations?
Yes. Donations to Word Up Ministries can be made online or through the mail. Thank you for considering Word Up Ministries. Learn how to support our efforts here.
Where is Word Up Ministries located?
Word Up Ministries is located in North Carolina, United States.
What time zone is Word Up Ministries in?
Word Up Ministries is based in Eastern Standard Time (EST).
How can I connect with Word Up Ministries on social media?
We would love to stay connected with you on social media. Find us here:
How do I watch the Word Up LIVES on Facebook?
If you are a follower on the Word Up Facebook page, you can visit the video library on the page or scroll down the page to locate the LIVE video you want to watch.
Make sure you also turn on your notifications for our page so you will be notified each time we go live.
Who is Wendy Pope?
To find out more information about our founder and RTW lead teacher, Wendy Pope, visit the About page here.
Can Wendy or the other teachers answer my questions?
Please submit all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I find out where Wendy Pope or other team members are speaking?
Word Up Ministries is a team of speakers who travel the world speaking at universities, open forums, and churches. View their schedules here.
READ THRU THE WORD (RTW)
What do I need for the Read Thru the Word Course?
To participate in RTW, you will need a copy of the One Year Chronological Bible and a journal. Our RTW journal is dated, provides lines for writing down all that God is teaching, and the daily reading. The RTW journal is provided in a download format as well as online editable format. All items can be purchased in our store.
How/where do I sign up for the Read Thru the Word (RTW) Course?
Information about RTW, including how to sign up can be found here.
Is there a cost to participate in the Read Thru the Word Course?
The Read Thru the Word Course is free, with a suggested donation of $25.
What Bible translation is used in Read Thru the Word?
The RTW Course uses the New Living Translation of the One Year Chronological Bible.
Should I start Read Thru the Word on January 1 or the current date?
The Read Thru the Word is a year-long course with daily lessons for the entire year. However, you can begin the course whenever you are ready. All course lessons and information will be available to you immediately after signup.
How do I purchase the One-Year Chronological Bible for Read Thru the Word?
The Bible and RTW journal can be purchased in our store.
How do I resume Read Thru the Word after missing days?
The course is about persistence, not perfection. If you miss days, just start reading the current day and make up missed days when possible.
The entire year’s lessons are available inside your account, to access at your convenience. To log in, click here.
Is the RTW Course available in other languages?
The primary language is English. Our desire to provide our RTW the course in other languages, including American Sign Language (ASL).
Where do I report mistakes found in the teaching?
Send your questions and concerns about RTW content to email@example.com. We make corrections and updates as we are able to.