Reaching the least-reached 'til the whole world knows.
We believe every person should have the opportunity to choose and follow Jesus Christ. And we believe that this can be accomplished when we work together to equip and mobilize the local Body of Christ in every nation.
Experience shows that Christ-followers who have the most in common with those still waiting for the Gospel also have the best opportunities to cross barriers and reach least-reached people.
So Global Disciples partners with churches in Africa, Asia, and Latin America to fulfill their vision and passion to reach nearby least-reached people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We provide a reproducible and sustainable model to train men and women who will make disciples, plant churches, and give spiritual leadership.
We love what we do. And we’re passionate to share this mission with you! We invite you to join us to pray, give, and share God’s amazing stories about reaching least-reached people…’til the whole world knows!
News & Stories
As a disciple of Jesus, do I follow the Spirit’s prompting that leads me to multiply disciples? Read Acts 8:27-38; 9:10-19 Have you ever experienced “the nudge”? Not the nudge your mom gave you for making noise in church. Or the one from your spouse letting you know you just “over-shared” with your friends. I mean that divine nudge from the Spirit. The one…Read More
As a disciple of Jesus, do you follow the Spirit’s prompting to share Jesus with others? To recognize and act on the Spirit’s nudge is part of effective discipleship. In Acts, the Spirit prompted, spoke, directed, and yes, nudged Christ-followers to fulfill the mission. And the same Spirit still prompts us to act in obedience…Read More
As a disciple of Jesus, do I live in the power of His presence? Read Ephesians 3:14-21 Of the five questions we’re asking during Lent, this one—right now—could be the hardest to answer. As a disciple of Jesus, are you living in the power of His presence? Honestly, I struggle with this because I have so many moments, hours,…Read More
Throughout Lent, we’re reflecting on being a disciple of Jesus. A disciple of Jesus lives in the power of His presence. The Holy Spirit is resident in our lives and we’re daily being transformed into the likeness of Christ. That’s a beautiful thing. The life-changing presence of Jesus has completely reshaped Alex’s life. Born…Read More
As a disciple of Jesus, do I willingly risk my security to faithfully follow Him? Read Matthew 10:18-22, 29-39 Jesus said some hard things…very hard things. Just look at these verses from Matthew 10, and you’ll see just how hard His words are. He is sending out His disciples and promising them hardship, opposition, arrest, judgment, rejection, betrayal, loss,…Read More
During this Lenten season, consider this question: As a disciple of Jesus, do I willingly risk my security to faithfully follow Him? These days, we crave safety and security. But Jesus doesn’t promise that. Instead, in Matthew 10, He sends out his disciples, warning that they will face hardship and hatred. So do I willingly…Read More
Read John 13:34-35 As a disciple of Jesus, do I have His heart for people? Do I see each person I meet through the eyes of a loving, compassionate Savior? Jesus was a people person. His heartbeat for people. You see it across the pages of the Gospels: Jesus talking, teaching, healing, feeding, blessing, reaching…Read More
Many Christians use the season of Lent as a time to reflect on their spiritual walk as a disciple of Jesus Christ. To ask hard questions and to listen to what He might say. Let’s start with this question: As a disciple of Jesus Christ, do you have His heart for people? During His life…Read More
Women around the world are making BIG moves for the Gospel. Here are just some of their stories… Ethiopia – Zala Zala, an elementary school girl in Ethiopia, was given bus money for her ride to and from school. The commute to school was long and her parents wanted to give her the freedom to…Read More
Read: Luke 9:23-25 “I’m giving up chocolate for Lent.” “I’m off meat/caffeine/Facebook during Lent. It’ll be good for me.” You’ve probably heard—or even said—something like this. Many people use this season of Lent to exercise aspects of self-denial or sacrifice. For some, it’s a personal discipline, or a time when they remove specific distractions to…Read More