Global Disciples

Lancaster, PA

Founded: 1996

Tel: (717) 290-7550

Website: http://www.globaldisciples.org

Top LeaderMr. Galen Burkholder

Donor Contact: Mr. Sid Frey

Member Since: October 9, 2006


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $4,306,221
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $4,887
   Total Revenue $4,311,108
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $4,255,315
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$55,793
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$55,793
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Total Assets $1,035,855
Total Liabilities $220,727
Net Assets $815,128
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Global Disciples empowers clusters of churches to equip their people to share the Good News of Jesus with least-reached people, often in restricted areas. We partner with the local or indigenous church—committed believers who are motivated and effective communicators, and familiar with the language, culture, and customs. What makes our model unique is that, as an organization, Global Disciples never "owns" any of the programs it helps to initiate. We provide a training model which can be used to train and send out fellow believers as mission workers to multiply Christ-like disciples and plant locally-sustained churches among least-reached people.

Global Disciples' discipleship-mission trainings focus on partnering with the local, indigenous church to develop a program which produces disciples who are able to make new disciples and plant churches among least-reached peoples. A discipleship-mission program trains participants to be Christ-like in their character and live as ambassadors of Jesus who make disciples and reach the world with the Gospel.
Global Disciples' leadership development trainings focus on developing leaders with training in character, skill and knowledge. Effective leadership development is an essential part of equipping every church to fulfill the Great Commission. Global LEAD provides churches with a model for leadership training that has proven effective in developing thousands of Christ-like leaders at a grassroots level.
A small business can provide a church planter with both income and identity when seeking to reach people living in a context resistant or hostile to the Gospel. Once in the community, they work to build redemptive relationships with neighbors, customers, and suppliers. A church planter finishes a 5 day training able to take their God-given skills to develop a business that supports their family, provides a needed service, creates jobs, and earns the trust and respect of the community.
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