The call to Global Discipleship is a willing obedience to live out The Great Commission and The Great Commandment with a focus on “the least of these.” It’s a call given by Jesus to the Church, the body of Christ (Acts 1:8)
The historical context of missions and evangelism has manifested implications that we as the body of Christ continue to face today. Is there a fresh lens for the church to view The Great Commandment and The Great Commission? If so, what role does the Church play and how might a tangible expression of this global ministry mindset be manifested today?
The Church has long been the cornerstone for communities of African descent as it is the Church that has provided the freedom of holistic religious expression regardless of social, political, and economic climates.
Our partnership with churches focuses on:
- Promoting awareness of global and domestic poverty
- Facilitating educational opportunities on Global Discipleship for congregants
- Providing congregants opportunities to participate in intentional activities designed to cultivate their will for “the least of these”
- Engaging congregants with an opportunity to partner in Global Discipleship through child sponsorship
- Enhancing the existing relationship between the local church, campuses, and community