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KINGDOM WINS: BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS FOR GOD’S GLORY IN NIGERIA AND BEYOND

KINGDOM WINS: BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS FOR GOD’S GLORY IN NIGERIA AND BEYOND

In Northern Nigeria, just over 38 million people belong to the Fulani unreached Muslim people group. Less than one percent of the population professes to be Christians. This month, outside the city of Jos, Global Advance delivered urgent aid to persecuted Christians living in an Individually Displaced People (IDP) camp.

2019: THE YEAR OF UNPRECEDENTED ACCESS!

2019: THE YEAR OF UNPRECEDENTED ACCESS!

As we embark on our 29th year of ministry, God has given Global Advance unprecedented access to advance the gospel in 2019. See what amazing opportunities await…

GOD RECEIVES THE GLORY AND GIVING NEVER FELT SO GOOD.

GOD RECEIVES THE GLORY AND GIVING NEVER FELT SO GOOD.

In a dusty town in south-central Pakistan villagers gathered in curiosity. The crowd grew as dusk settled and a man stood to speak…

GLOBAL ADVANCE: A YEAR IN REVIEW

GLOBAL ADVANCE: A YEAR IN REVIEW

In 2018, we have seen compelling evidence of how HOPE IS RISING in the hearts of God’s people around the world. The following Year in Review highlights this evidence – these are real numbers attached to real people

What Does it Take to Transform a Nation?

What Does it Take to Transform a Nation?

In the commissioning of his followers, Jesus made it clear: we are to be nation-disciplers. What an immense privilege – and responsibility – to partner with the Holy Spirit to propel the transforming message of the gospel throughout entire nations and regions! But what does it really take?

SAARC: A Big Idea From God!

Building a kingdom coalition is hard work. At Global Advance, we have spent the past three years investing in high capacity leaders in eight nations located in South Asia known as SAARC. It came as a big idea from God to accelerate the Great Commission through partnerships and collaboration in this region. We felt God’s invitation to step out in faith and begin a massive Kingdom advance into the SAARC nations of Pakistan, India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, and the Maldives.

 

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These SAARC countries represent a high concentration of unreached peoples, hostility towards the Gospel, and present financial and logistical challenges. Despite these challenges, a massive harvest potential of lives yet to be transformed by the power of the Gospel resides within South Asia.

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In February of this year we convened these high capacity leaders in Sri Lanka. The 2018 SAARC Summit was a vital gathering to continue the work of strengthening relationships for the purpose of these leaders sharing resources and ministry strengths to fulfill our common vision. We recognize that this act alone goes against the tradition and culture of this region. However, we are seeing a powerful movement of God take place.

 

This big idea is rooted in our desire to see a spiritual breakthrough to the over 2 billion people in the SAARC region who have little to no exposure to the Gospel. In partnership with these leaders, Global Advance has made a 10-year commitment to train leaders, as well as to produce and distribute resources and discipleship tools for the advance of the Great Commission.

To accomplish this task, we are working with each national team to create deliberate, bold, and focused evangelistic initiatives in each of the eight nations. The indigenous national leaders are designing the strategies that are most effective. Together as a coalition, we want to see the planting of over 15,000 churches in SAARC over the next few years.

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The opportunity lies before us and the groundwork has been laid. Now trust has been established. Synergy and passion is in play to boldly advance the Gospel throughout our SAARC network. A plan to equip South Asian frontline pastors and church planters has been formed, and the network has established teams that are already multiplying. In each nation, a multi-pronged holistic approach is being implemented to equip Kingdom leaders and Church planters, and our Alpha Relief Initiative has become a supply line for the front line of the Gospel's advance.

Your partnership with Global Advance positions you to participate in this big idea from God. Thank you for praying, giving, and sending us to empower frontline leaders for the Great Commission. Please continue to support the SAARC Initiative at Global Advance.

EMPOWERING FRONTLINE LEADERS TO FULFILL THE GREAT COMMISSION

EMPOWERING FRONTLINE LEADERS TO FULFILL THE GREAT COMMISSION

One might expect an update from the epicenter of the fastest-growing refugee crisis in the world to emphasize the famine that is threatening the lives of 20 million people...

HOW TO DEFEAT ISLAMIC EXTREMISM

HOW TO DEFEAT ISLAMIC EXTREMISM

Recently with some friends, I was discussing Global Advance’s impact through the Alpha Relief initiative at the front lines of the Gospel around the world. A military intelligence contract worker made a poignant observation based on firsthand experience: the transformative power of the Gospel is the first line of defense against terrorism...

WHO BETTER TO GO THAN US?

WHO BETTER TO GO THAN US?

In northern Jordan, near the Syrian border, local Church leaders prayed about how to infiltrate nearby unreached communities with the gospel. After identifying a few strategic towns, they began searching for volunteers. But the sacrifice was severe: this would mean uprooting completely, leaving family, and planting in a new community unfriendly to Christians. Who would answer the call?

INFILTRATING A MODERN DAY SLAVE CAMP (A SECRET MISSION TO SET NORTH KOREANS FREE)

Jonas couldn’t believe what was happening. For years he had been covertly entering hard labor work sites in remote unnamed locations where modern day slaves were “employed." The slaves had been sent by North Korea as part of a corrupt government program. His mission was to bring food, medicine, and the message of the Gospel to the men who lived with little or no hope.

THE CHURCH REFUGE (HOPE FOR FAMILIES FLEEING ISIS)

As militants stormed their small Syrian city, Bahira and her family did the only thing they could...flee. Finding refuge outside of Damascus, the hurting family took up shelter in an unfinished building with a simple roof over their heads. There were no walls, no electricity, and no water. It was a shack by all definition, but at least for the time begin, they were safe from ISIS.