“If that church weren’t planted, I wouldn’t be here. It was a small, seemingly unsuccessful church, but whoever planted it doesn’t understand the depth of its impact on my life,” says Cruz Paniagua.
Global Assist is an organization that provides resources (financial support, leadership training, strategic planning, prayer, and encouragement) to indigenous partner ministries.
Global Advance was founded in 1990 by David Shibley, focusing on pastoral leadership training, church planting, mobilization, and evangelization in developing nations.
When immigrants began streaming north into the United States last year, Calvary Baptist Church of McAllen, TX, and e3 Partners joined forces to meet both physical and spiritual needs.
Pastor PK* and others connected through GACX India recently trained people – called catalysts – to go plant house churches. They were sent to villages in central India where there is no obvious presence of Christ.
The words “One Team, One Dream” resonated in the hearts and minds of over 2100 people from 104 countries who participated in GACX Forum 2021, September 28-30.
Twenty-seven Christian leaders in Panama came together after the Global Forum in September 2020 to form a national expression of GACX in their country.
When COVID-19 closed schools in early 2020, Elias Apetogo, Africa leader for The Prayer Covenant, shifted plans to mobilize 750,000 people through radio and local churches to pray for the Go2020 global outreach.
A driving goal for GACX is fostering connections and collaborations around specific areas related to multiplication.