Please email mattwilkie(at) for your own coffee coaster.

Our team members raise prayer and financial partnership as they serve around the world through Convoy of Hope’s Field Teams. It’s no different with us. As Career Missionary Associates with the Assemblies of God assigned to Convoy of Hope, the funds we raise go towards living expenses, and to help keep Convoy of Hope funds more focused on sharing hope with people around the world. The prayers help it all happen as God desires. Partnership with us helps children around the world through Convoy of Hope Field Team members and the work of Convoy of Hope.

I met the children in the coffee coaster while on a trip to Southeast Asia. On one side of this 6-foot wall, people shared practical help and hope through Jesus. On the other side of the wall, I saw desperate need, sickness, unclean water and lostness. We want those kids figuratively to be on the side of the wall where they may find hope! We’re humbled and grateful for the people who stand with us financially, and who help us help kids like them get over the wall.

Those who pray and those who give are absolutely a part of the stories you see here.

Thanks to you for even looking at this page. For those who are a part of the financial support family, thank you. For those considering it, please know we’ll work hard to serve as good stewards. We commit to: living with integrity and generosity, a strong work ethic, and with good communication to you.

People of any denomination may visit the AGWM support page to use a debit card to commit to a monthly faith promise or a special gift. We’re grateful for you!

If you would like your own coaster (or some for your church/cafe/other friends/etc.) to help you remember to pray for us, and of your partnership, please email mattwilkie(at) with your address. We’ll mail you one right away. Also, please let me know if you have any questions, and again, thank you.

With appreciation,


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