Our Mission and Vision

Who We Are

  • Our vision is to see the Gospel communicated in all nations.
  • Our mission to fulfill that vision is to equip and empower the church worldwide to make disciples and transform nations.
  • Pulling both our vision and mission together, we are “Involving People to Impact Nations for Christ.”

Where We Started

Our History

Our international ministry began in 1983, following a devastating earthquake in Guatemala. In support of the local church, we built relationships and shared Christ, repeating this time and again with measurable results.

 

From these early efforts, two core values quickly emerged: a commitment to empowering national Christian leadership and a desire to mobilise the church in missions.

Initiatives

Our heart is to see the Good News of Jesus, and the life transformation He brings, spread among all the peoples.
Our ministry initiatives provide a framework for our missionary activity.
Through personal relationships, intentional projects and strategic ministries, we can achieve maximum impact on lives for the glory of God’s Kingdom!

Mobilisation

Where is God calling you? We mobilise ordinary people in impactful ministry opportunities, for varying lengths of cross-cultural service - including short-term trips, internships and full-time missionary placement.

Church Planting

We are committed to spreading the Gospel in some of the most remote parts of the world — where the Church has yet to reach - by supporting the advancement of church planting movements around the world.

Health & Community Development

We seek to help lift families out of cycles of poverty and disease, through community health training, medical centres, vocational training, re-nutrition centres and clean water initiatives.

Bible Training

One of our greatest joys is to equip pastors and Christian leaders with the knowledge and skills they need to be effective disciple makers. Well-trained, visionary leaders are key to a healthy and growing church.

Christian Education

We partner with churches to develop healthy Christian education programs, and empower schools to form active disciples of Jesus Christ, impacting society through spiritual discernment, moral courage, and academic excellence.

Disaster Relief

Although we’re not primarily a relief organisation, we will raise funds for relief assistance through our co-workers and ministry partners, where they are already on the ground and able to distribute supplies.

Key Characteristics

  • Knowing and loving God
  • Loving people unconditionally
  • Empowering and equipping national Christians to fulfil the Great Commission
  • All Christians are called to make disciples
  • Maintain integrity, excellence and passion in all we do
  • Protect the dignity of those with whom we partner
  • A commitment to interdenominational ministry

Key Characteristics

Involvement in the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20)
By encouraging Christians to look beyond themselves to share the love and message of Jesus Christ, both at home and cross-culturally.

 

Discipleship

By consistently evaluating how our ministries are empowering, equipping and mobilizing national believers to fulfill their destiny in Christ – fully functioning as Christ’s ambassadors to the world.

 

Facilitate National Ministry
By strengthening the local church through partnership and empowering the leadership God is raising up from among them.

 

Strategic Investment
Through careful investment of resources and strong partnerships to enhance the work of the global church in developing disciples.