Seasoned frontline leaders - a humble pastor and his wife - have faithfully served on the front lines for over 40 years training and launching church planters, now overseeing a network of thousands of churches.
Off a dusty road in the State of Chattisgarh India near the Kings mango grove, our Global Advance team convened 341 pastors and leaders, both men and women, for training. These indigenous leaders from multiple states traveled for days to receive training and encouragement for church planting and raising up modern day Esthers...
When Jesus’ body was torn for us, the curtain barrier in the Temple separating God’s holy presence from unholy people was also torn, from top to bottom. It was God’s unmistakable visual aid to help us comprehend what had just transpired...
In 27 years of Global Advance, we’ve never seen harvest and opportunity for people to respond to the Gospel like we are seeing now. But also we’ve never seen resistance like we’re experiencing. The Bible tells us that “we do not wrestle with flesh and blood but with principalities and powers” (Ephesians 6:12). We’re asking for your prayers...
Tucked away in a remote corner of northeast India is the state of Nagaland. Recently, our Global Advance team held a Frontline pastors conference in the city of Dimapur Nagaland. We gathered 200 leaders for 3 days of training and equipping. Just a few hundred yards from where we were meeting, an angry civil protest was crippling normal life in the state as Nagas as citizens protested the Indian government.
Is it possible to see the Great Commission fulfilled in our lifetime? Global Advance is a part of a move of God to see zero unreached peoples on planet earth. One region with a high concentration of remaining unreachd peoples is South Asia.
Jesus said in Acts 1:8 that we will receive power to be His witnesses in Jerusalem; Judea; Samaria and ends of the earth.
Here are 5 REASONS MISSIONS MUST STAY TOP PRIORITY even in these difficult times.
The dust kicked up in the air as our car made its way down the boulevard that was teeming with cars, pedestrians, motorcycles, and bicycles all maneuvering their way through the directionally complicated and congested city streets. The African sun pounded with intense heat off the city streets of Douala, Cameroon. We had traveled through the night to arrive in time for our scheduled frontline pastors meeting.
Earlier this month, Steve Lawson and John Gillespie traveled with Global Advance to lead a Front Line Pastors Conference. Steve serves as one of our Global Ambassadors, and he shared his perspective on the Moscow Russia Frontline Pastors Training event.
Several years ago I made my first trip to the West African nation of Cameroon. I vividly remember stepping off the plane into the warm, muggy night air as I made my way down the steps. You could smell that familiar burning smell of ash that is recognizable throughout most of Africa. As I walked down a long entry corridor at the airport something caught my eye at the end of the hallway.