EVERYONE who hears can be MADE NEW.
Reaching people in the near & far & hard places . . . Global Partners gives global focus to the mission of The Wesleyan Church with the express purpose of seeing Acts 1:8 become your reality.
Nothing of significance has ever been done without prayer. GP has many opportunities tools for people to engage in prayer. Through prayer everyone can be involved in fulfilling the Great Commission.
Global Partners provides multiple opportunities for Great Commission service overseas. Our joy is to help people discover how to use their gifts & skills among peoples outside of North America.
Global Partners provides many opportunities for individuals, churches & districts to invest in Great Commission ministry. Together, through financially partnering, we can do great things for God.
Five Mozambican women learn to tell stories despite language barriers.
Global Partners is building the Kingdom and spreading the gospel through a variety of special projects on our mission fields. Click here to learn more about each project and how you can contribute!
The JESUS film has been translated into more than 1,000 languages. The JESUS Film Partnership of Global Partners uses this film to reach the lost with the good news of Christ and to plant churches.
The Wesleyan Medical Fellowship is now Global Partners Health Network (GPHN). Are you a healthcare professional interested in opportunities to impact others for Christ? Start with our brief survey!
It is vital that we display the spirit of servanthood as we deal with those who may be under us, who look to use for leadership and supervision.
Dr. Wayne Schmidt, Power Plays
LINKing our past to the present & future of world missionary outreach--WMAF provides opportunities for former Global Partners missionaries to relate to each other & current world evangelism.
Two young boys receive medical treatment at La Gonave Hospital and now face promising futures.
A young Nepalese boy and his family view the JESUS film and healing miraculously followed.
In 2009, when the Ugandan church joined the Wesleyan movement, there were no ordained Ugandan pastors. Eight years later, things have changed.