Global Partners testifies to the powerful move of God across the globe through The Wesleyan Church.
The Whites intersect artistic passion and manga culture to build spiritual bridges
When the Lord of the harvest calls, the next missionary might just be you.
Haiti hit by earthquake and tropical storm within three days.
Global Partners continues to move forward in having a global impact with the gospel as 2021 approaches.
Christians in a creative-access country are blessing fellow brothers and sisters who are in great need
How Global Partners missionaries are doing and what you can do to help.
Global Partners gives global focus to the mission of The Wesleyan Church and provides an update in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
By the end of 2020, Habitat for Missions will have generated over $1,000,000 for Christian mission.
Global Partners reports on what God has been doing globally in 2019.
Mozambiquens continue to work hard to rebuild their churches after two cyclones destroyed them this spring.
A three-way partnership is helping to better healthcare needs in Mozambique and is seeing positive results.
The global Wesleyan Church is an international family of national and regional denominations in more than ninety countries.
He was hesitant to attend church on Easter morning. But then he said “yes” to Jesus, and his life was changed.
100 million are expected to be impacted by Cyclone Fani. Approximately half of the Wesleyan Bangladeshi family will be affected by this storm in addition to five pre-schools and two orphanages.
The ICWC is a meeting place for international leaders of The Wesleyan Church to come together to fellowship, pray and cast a global vision to amplify local church mission for global transformation.
Mozambique is still recovering from Cyclone Idai and was recently hit again by Cyclone Kenneth.
Global Partners missionaries are returning to the country they love after a sudden evacuation in February.
Church planters in Mumbai, India, envision having regular church meetings at all 107 train stations in this ever-growing city.
Multiple organizations partner together to bring relief to those in need in Mozambique.
Missionaries serving in Haiti provide honest thoughts on being evacuated from the country they love.
Equip Her supports influential and developing leaders who passionately desire to make Jesus known in their corners of the globe. These leaders are called. They are tenacious. They are a Kingdom Force.
Escalating unrest in Haiti has caused the U.S. Embassy to raise the security threat to level four (high), forcing evacuations.
There are stories yet to be told of those in the town of Skenderaj, Kosovo, who are being drawn by God’s patient, loving-kindness.