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.
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
“I realized God took me to Global Disciples training to change my thinking,” Jorge said. A church leader in El Salvador, Jorge is now directing a new discipleship-mission training program. Like many leaders new to the Global Disciples approach, he came with one idea in mind but what he discovered exceeded his expectations. “I thought…Read More
With Covid-19’s ongoing impact on our world, is it possible to continue reaching least-reached people with the Good News of Jesus? Yes. Despite rapid changes and restrictions, disciples of Jesus—people like Sara—continue to find ways to carry out His Great Commission. Sara leads a discipleship-mission training in a predominantly Muslim region of Kenya. She was…Read More
“I was living my life in darkness, totally ignorant about Jesus Christ and His love,” Amrit said. Born into a Hindu family in northeast India, Amrit was raised to worship the gods and goddesses his parents did. As a young man, he observed all the festivals but often as an opportunity to drink or gamble.…Read More
Towards the end of His ministry on earth, Jesus was hungry one morning as He traveled to Jerusalem. When He saw a fig tree, He only found bare leaves though He searched for fruit. The Gospel records that it was not the season for figs. Jesus was obviously disappointed; he commanded, “Let no one eat…Read More
In December 2019, I was given an amazing opportunity to travel to Uganda to capture stories for Global Disciples. I’m usually dreaming for clients at a computer, filming around the Lancaster County, or editing stories I have filmed. While my two young sons make sure I don’t stay too clean for too long, typically my life…Read More
Ever heard a story so good you had to share it? Global Disciples is sharing 24 never heard stories from all around the world. We want to share this current good news with you! Check out #24HoursOfGlobalStories on Instagram and Facebook to view more of these stories. 1. “During this period of COVID- 19 where…Read More
What can I do today? Have you been asking yourself that lately? Has your routine suddenly and radically shifted away from the tasks and activities that mark your time and energy? Maybe it’s not about finding a routine or rhythm but you’re asking this question out of a sense of helplessness, a need to fix…Read More
Our friends have asked Global Disciples how Covid-19 is affecting our international staff and training directors. Well, we’re only beginning to hear stories about God at work in these unusual days. Restrictions on travel, the size of gatherings, stay-at-home orders, lockdowns, and social distancing in some form are a common experience. These have forced Global…Read More
This is not the Easter we had planned. Not the Good Friday we expected. It was going to be all spring and celebration, a time to rejoice in new life and the power of the Resurrection. We planned to share our worship in the company of the family of God. To gather and raise our voices in…Read More
As a disciple of Jesus, do I lean on the Holy Spirit’s equipping and work with other disciples to accomplish the task? Read Ephesians 2:8-10; 4:15-16 Yo-Yo Ma is a gifted and renowned cellist, a musical innovator who’s poured his life into knowing and perfecting his instrument. When I’m creatively stuck, I often reach for…Read More