As Jesus’ love transforms us, we are compelled to share His healing love with our neighbors. Alliance ministries show best how we share the practical message of Christ’s love with the marginalized, the poor, the wounded, and the sick at home and around the world.
For over 125 years, Alliance people have been compelled to go into all the earth and make disciples. As international, vocational, marketplace, and relief workers, chaplains or interns, the opportunity to serve is expansive.
The Church is God’s instrument to reach the lost. That’s why our energies and resources are poured into planting and developing healthy, vibrant, communities of faith in the United States and around the world.
Short-term missions give Alliance people an opportunity to discover how God works to enrich the lives of others. Envision connects you with overseas workers and deepens your commitment to Christ.
Through coaching, higher education, leadership training, or theological preparation, Alliance people are taught to live the gospel and equipped to take it to the world.
Our primary objective is Jesus’ command to “go” and “make disciples.” We believe every follower of Jesus is equipped to grow in His love and lead others to follow Him.
Alliance chaplains share the good news in challenging, diverse, and ever-changing environments to which traditional ministries often have little or no access.
You can be a practical messenger of God’s grace and peace in reconciliation ministry through one-on-one coaching and mediation training.
Many Alliance camp participants are won to Christ every year. Experiencing God’s creation and Christ’s love also offers unique opportunities to grow in their faith and be equipped for the “rugged life” of full-time service.
The Alliance Ministry Story
“The devastation is unimaginable,” said Gary Fairchild, CAMA’s director of Global Disaster Response.read more
Thousands of people were affected by one of the strongest Atlantic hurricanes in a decade, which slammed into the Caribbean and the southeastern U.S. coast earlier this month.read more
A TB research study coupled with a doctor’s generosity embodies an Alliance hospital’s purpose to be “a center of hope to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people of Gabon.”read more
“It’s just like I told you,” our friend said. “Jesus always answers your prayers.”read more
An Alliance international worker in Africa challenges U.S. Alliance people to honor their spiritual leaders during October—Clergy Appreciation Month.read more
How are these ministries funded?
Learn about how you can help fund Alliance Ministries through a gift to The Great Commission Fund (GCF).
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