When you decide to volunteer at POBLO International, you’re making a decision to help a person or a group of people live a better life. By volunteering, we hope that you can learn more about our values at POBLO International and how you can take them into your day-to-day life. For more information about volunteering, contact us.


All people matter to God, and therefore, they matter to us. All people deserve to be treated with respect, love, and hospitality, regardless of race, culture, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or socio-economic status.


POBLO sees integrity as central to our organization. We value openness, honesty, and trust. We make it a point to implement these principles in our work.


POBLO strives to foster a culture of inclusiveness in all that we do. We value diversity and extend our services to all, regardless of nationality, religion, or cultural background.

Cultural Relevancy

POBLO believes in one Gospel message that transcends cultures, yet we recognize that the way the message is delivered must vary in order to resonate with diverse groups of people. We strive to make our work as effective as possible through cultural relevancy.


In the Islamic faith, conversion to Christianity or any other religion is punishable by death. Many of the people we work with face possible discrimination and even danger from family and friends if they believe in Christ. We are aware of the risks and do all that we can to ensure their security.

There is one Triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (1 John 5:7-8).
Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the life. He is true God, begotten of the Father from eternity (John 14:6; 1:1).
All who trust in Jesus are saved by God’s grace, through faith in His sacrificial death (Romans 3:24). 
The Gospel is the power of God to save all nations (Romans 1:16).
 All people are loved by God (John 3:16). 
All people should be given the opportunity to hear the Gospel message (Matthew 24:14).
Christians are called to make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:19). 
Christians are called to meet the physical needs of all people (Galatians 6:7-10). 

POBLO is committed to the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Confessions and Doctrine in every area of our ministry.  

Our Vision for 2050

  • To assist and help Lutheran Congregations and Christian Organizations to start 500 IFC’s (International Friendship Centers) in the United States in partnership with Lutheran Churches
  • Identity, train, an equip 100 ethnic missionaries to evangelize Muslims and others in North America
  • To train and empower 15,000 volunteers for ESL classes, Sewing Instruction classes and Refugee Resettlement programs

500 IFC’s

100 Missionaries

15,000 Volunteers