Here are some results from the ministry and work of GLOMOS around the world…

 

NEW DELHI

Total: 42,135 men, women and children impacted on a weekly basis

The impact from the ministry of the graduates increases year after year, i.e. the earlier graduates have more impact this year than the 2010 graduates have. Some of that annual increase is as high as 25%.

There is also a change in the categories, so that those who, for example, graduated as evangelists, may become pastors after two-three years. Case in point: Two students who graduated as evangelists in 2007 are now pastoring eight churches between them.

In Delhi, church growth is explosive. For the next few years, we are trying to train as many young people as possible to step into full-time ministry and pastor these emerging churches.

Over the past five years, a total of 215 graduates (50 of whom also went through GLOMOS II in 2008) are now influencing 42,135 people each week, with no additional cost than the initial investment of $930 per graduate. That means that every graduate affects approximately 195 people per week, and the numbers are growing, rather than diminishing.

At Global Action, we believe these kinds of impact numbers described above, shows the effectiveness of the “mission dollars” used for this program.

 

LUCKNOW 

43,495 people are impacted every week

Over the past nine years, a total of 397 graduates (46 of whom also went through GLOMOS II in 2008) are now influencing 43,495 people each week, with no additional cost than the initial training investment of $930 per graduate. This compares to approximately $ 80,000 per graduate in the United States. It also means that every graduate affects approximately 109 people per week, and the numbers are growing, rather than diminishing.

 

ORISSA

Over the past four years 163 graduates are influencing a little over 15,000 people every week.

 

SRI LANKA 

62,819 men, women and children impacted on a weekly basis

Over the past nine years, a total of 444 graduates are now influencing 62,819 people each week, with no additional cost than the initial training investment of $930 per graduate. It also means that every graduate affects approximately 282 people per week, and the numbers are growing, rather than diminishing.