Global Missions

Our mission teams ministering the love of God are transforming lives and communities all over the world. And the effect is astounding.

In 2019 We Visited:

USA, Spain, Greece, Pakistan, and India… so far.

Throughout the year we reached 63526 people. During our missions, we saw 31580 people born again, and distributed 24060 copies of Christian literature.

See What God Has Done

Souls Saved

Churches Planted

Mission Trips

Where We’ve Been

We visited: USA, Spain, Greece, Pakistan, and India… so far.

Throughout the year we reached 63526 people. During our missions, we saw 31580 people born again, and distributed 24060 copies of Christian literature.

We visited: Ethiopia, Armenia, Lebanon, Greece, United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Germany, and Switzerland.

Throughout the year we reached 3512 people. During our missions, we equipped 1403 pastors and leaders, saw 105 people born again, and distributed 751 copies of Christian literature.

We visited: Egypt, India, Australia, Turkey, Tibet, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, South Korea, and Pakistan.

Throughout the year we reached 101048 people. During our missions, we equipped 8724 pastors and leaders, saw 76400 people born again, and distributed 6570 copies of Christian literature.

We visited: Israel, Pakistan, Bulgaria, Sri Lanka, South Sudan, Turkey, South Korea, and Philippines.

Throughout the year we reached 22946 people. During our missions, we equipped 1550 pastors and leaders, saw 7387 people born again, and distributed 120 copies of Christian literature.

We visited: India, Georgia, Armenia, Lebanon, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Germany, Sweden, Italy, and China.

Throughout the year we reached 14770 people. During our missions, we equipped 13475 pastors and leaders, saw 4420 people born again, and distributed 500 copies of Christian literature.

We visited: India, Nepal, Vietnam, Japan, China, Thailand, Myanmar, South Korea, Sri Lanka, South Sudan, and Bulgaria.

Throughout the year we reached 11159 people. During our missions, we equipped 10209 pastors and leaders.

We visited: Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Lebanon, and Egypt.

Throughout the year we reached 9122 people. During our missions, we equipped 783 pastors and leaders, saw 4890 people born again, and distributed 12645 copies of Christian literature.

We visited: China, South Korea, Japan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Lebanon.

Throughout the year we reached 3007 people. During our missions, we equipped 1107 pastors and leaders, saw 319 people born again, and distributed 1800 copies of ministry materials.

We visited: South Korea, and Israel.

Throughout the year we reached 4600 people. During our missions, we equipped 600 pastors and leaders, saw 25 people born again, and distributed 4000 copies of Christian literature.

In 2019

We visited: USA, Spain, Greece, Pakistan, and India… so far.

Throughout the year we reached 63526 people. During our missions, we saw 31580 people born again, and distributed 24060 copies of Christian literature.

In 2018

We visited: Ethiopia, Armenia, Lebanon, Greece, United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Germany, and Switzerland.

Throughout the year we reached 3512 people. During our missions, we equipped 1403 pastors and leaders, saw 105 people born again, and distributed 751 copies of Christian literature.

In 2017

We visited: Egypt, India, Australia, Turkey, Tibet, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, South Korea, and Pakistan.

Throughout the year we reached 101048 people. During our missions, we equipped 8724 pastors and leaders, saw 76400 people born again, and distributed 6570 copies of Christian literature.

In 2016

We visited: Israel, Pakistan, Bulgaria, Sri Lanka, South Sudan, Turkey, South Korea, and Philippines.

Throughout the year we reached 22946 people. During our missions, we equipped 1550 pastors and leaders, saw 7387 people born again, and distributed 120 copies of Christian literature.

In 2015

We visited: Israel, Pakistan, Bulgaria, Sri Lanka, South Sudan, Turkey, South Korea, and Philippines.

Throughout the year we reached 22946 people. During our missions, we equipped 1550 pastors and leaders, saw 7387 people born again, and distributed 120 copies of Christian literature.

In 2014

We visited: India, Nepal, Vietnam, Japan, China, Thailand, Myanmar, South Korea, Sri Lanka, South Sudan, and Bulgaria.

Throughout the year we reached 11159 people. During our missions, we equipped 10209 pastors and leaders.

In 2013

We visited: Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Lebanon, and Egypt.

Throughout the year we reached 9122 people. During our missions, we equipped 783 pastors and leaders, saw 4890 people born again, and distributed 12645 Christian literature.

In 2012

We visited: China, South Korea, Japan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Lebanon.

Throughout the year we reached 3007 people. During our missions, we equipped 1107 pastors and leaders, saw 319 people born again, and distributed 1800 copies of Christian literature.

In 2011

We visited: South Korea, and Israel.

Throughout the year we reached 4600 people. During our missions, we equipped 600 pastors and leaders, saw 25 people born again, and distributed 4000 copies of Christian literature.

Global Prayer

Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints (Ephesians 6:18).

Our theme verse is quite profound. The Amplified translation makes it clearer; it says,
“Pray at all times (on every occasion, in every season) in the Spirit, with all [manner of] prayer and entreaty…”
Prayer is very important. Oftentimes, when we talk about prayer, what comes to people’s mind is asking God for things, making entreaties and requests; that’s all they’ve known about prayer. Yes, such a prayer has its place, where you make requests, but prayer has higher purposes than asking God for your needs.

Praying for material needs, that is, asking God for something for yourself is actually the lowest kind of prayer. When you pray like that, you’re praying at the babyhood stage; it’s the prayer of spiritual babies. Someone could pray, “Oh God, I need a job,” or “Lord, I need some money,” or “Dear Father, give me a car, a wife, a husband, a house etc.”; but that’s the lesser purpose of prayer.

There are higher purposes of prayer. One of them is fellowshipping with the Father through the Spirit. Another higher purpose of prayer is the privilege to exercise our authority in Christ. There, you take your place of authority and cause things to happen within the ambit of the power given to you by Christ Jesus. Thirdly, prayer helps us to activate and walk in the consciousness of the divine presence. Fourthly, through prayer, we enforce the will of the Father in the earth.

This Week’s Prayer Point

Pray for the lost and unsaved people who have never heard this glorious Gospel. Pray for open channels of the Gospel through missionary activities, the internet, ministry materials in all available formats, and publications to where they are. Pray that they will receive this truth with understanding and declare that every wall of resistance is broken and they will embrace the Word of God for their salvation.

“But even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing, whose minds the god of this age has blinded, who do not believe, lest the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine on them. For we do not preach ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord, and ourselves your bondservants for Jesus’ sake. For it is the God who commanded light to shine out of darkness, who has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.” (2 Corinthians 4:3-6 NKJV)