Countless people today need to hear Jesus say, “Will you let me heal you?”
But what if there is no one around who can tell them? If God is pursuing them, isn’t it worth it for us as the church to send someone into their culture to speak and live out the gospel? Across our world, entire nations, people groups, cities, towns, villages, refugee camps, and informal settlements still have little opportunity of knowing Jesus. We must go.
Inequality to gospel access
“Go. Make disciples of all nations,” Jesus says.
For over 130 years, The Alliance has passionately worked towards completing Jesus’ commission.
We do the job together. The Alliance church family partners and stands with international workers in taking the whole gospel to the whole world.
6 things to know about our workers:
1. They are called and qualified.
2. They highly value the local church.
3. They rely on the Holy Spirit and your prayers.
4. They empower local believers.
5. They love their communities and are dedicated to learning language and culture.
6. They are members of U.S. Alliance churches and sent out by our family of churches.
Alliance Missions international workers carry out the work through four specialized structures. Each have a unique purpose, but each share a common vision of seeing gospel access for and from all people.
Visit each to learn more.
Relief & Development Responds to disasters globally and partners locally to restore communities and alleviate poverty.
Business as Mission Facilitates marketplace professionals who bring their expertise to a community to disciple those around them.
Church Planting Proclaims the gospel and multiplies networks of faith communities among the least-reached of the world.
Short-Term Missions Identifies and develops missional leaders through short-term mission opportunities and innovative ministry strategies.