WIGTake Resources is an independent publishing house dedicated to bringing to light proven best practices for multiplying movements of disciples and churches among the world’s least-reached people groups.
Dr. David Garrison and his wife Sonia have more than 30 years of experience working among the world’s least reached people groups in China, India, Southeast Asia, Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia. Garrison has a PhD from the University of Chicago in the field of historical theology with a focus on missions. He is the author and editor of nine books and numerous articles on topics related to reaching the world’s least reached peoples through church-multiplication movements. Garrison is an original member of the Table 71 group that has led to the formation of the Issachar Initiative and the Finishing the Task coalition. In addition to his years of missionary service, Dr. Garrison was the Associate Vice President for Global Strategy for the International Mission Board, SBC and Regional Director of Southern Baptist missions in South Asia. He currently serves as the Executive Director of Global Gates, an organization that reaches the ends of the earth through global gateway cities. Garrison also serves as Church Planting Consultant for Missio Nexus, the largest association of evangelical missions in the world. Dr. Garrison has lectured in universities, seminaries, and churches in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
WIGTake Resources is an independent publishing house dedicated to answering the question, “What’s it going to take to fulfill the Great Commission?” by producing quality books that examine actual breakthroughs in church and disciple multiplication among the world’s least-reached people groups.
David and Sonia Garrison began WIGTake Resources in 2004 while serving as missionaries in India. David’s 1999 57-page booklet entitled Church Planting Movements received a widespread global acclaim and has been translated into more than 40 languages. This prompted David to write a more substantial survey of church-planting movements under a similar title, Church Planting Movements, How God is Redeeming a Lost World (Midlothian, VA: WIGTake Resources, 2004). This new book led to the creation of the publishing house WIGTake Resources, an abbreviation of the question “What’s it Gonna Take?”
In the years that followed, WIGTake Resources identified breakthrough movements around the world and helped translate them into highly accessible and readable books for the global body of Christ. Each of these WIGTake titles addressed the question, “What’s it going to take to reach the world for Jesus Christ?”