While I was a senior pastor in the upper Midwest I travelled frequently to the non-Western world to see the work our missionaries were doing. I noticed something. There were churches everywhere—Africa, Asia and Latin America—and many of them were much larger than the rather...Read More
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Global Action student Viacheslav has been transformed as a leader. He is from a primarily Muslim Roma tribe that is centered in Crimea. They are traditionally very poor, and many lack education. Viacheslav is no exception. He leads a Roma church in Merefa, Ukraine, and...Read More
Come golf with purpose! This August, you are invited to join us in Minnesota for a beautiful day on the links. Enjoy time with friends, hear inspiring stories, and make a BIG difference in the lives of Ukrainian children and families in need. You won’t...Read More
“To live is Christ, and to die is gain.” —Philippians 1:21 We are thankful for the 75+ international faculty members who teach in our program around the world. These faculty members are the unsung heroes of our ministry—they are true servant leaders and life-changers. Today, we...Read More
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, located approximately 1,000 miles off the coast of India, are the home of many isolated tribal communities and unreached people groups. There is little infrastructure on the islands, and they are considered “backward” by the people of India. There are...Read More
Pedro is a gifted artist and painter from Guatemala. Although he never considered himself a strong leader, God is using him to transform his community with the Gospel! Pedro received Global Action’s training in 2019, and his life has never been the same since. While...Read More
The Roma people are Hungary’s largest ethnic minority, and Global Action biggest ministry field in Eastern Europe. The Roma (often known as gypsies) are a diverse group of people who are often associated with poverty or crime. For hundreds of years, they were enslaved, persecuted,...Read More