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In aXcess, workers are sent to the darkest places of our world to proclaim the greatest truth—the redeeming love of Christ.


aXcess workers go…

  • Longing for people to know Jesus and find belonging in His church
  • Focused on establishing and empowering the church
  • Understanding they’re in it for the long haul

  • With quality education and training
  • Backed by U.S. Alliance churches and supporters

370+ workers, 65+ teams, 45+ countries, 20 new workers appointed in 2023

The Strategy

Each aXcess worker belongs to a team. Many of those teams live among a people who have little or no chance of finding a church, a Bible in their language, or even a Jesus follower. In villages, towns, and cities, the workers pioneer creative and strategic ways to build friendships and a meaningful presence.

The Result

As the Holy Spirit moves, friends become believers. Believers are discipled. Disciples boldly share the greatest truth. And then God’s Kingdom multiplies (X)!



aXcess = multiplying networks of faith communities among the least reached of the world


The Timing

In Alliance history, through decades of work, we have seen the church multiply in seemingly impossible nations. So, we keep at it.

In nations where aXcess serves, you’ll discover workers at different stages. Some are in the early phase of building relationships, others are focused on discipling new believers, and others are working to empower and train networks. It takes a diverse team of people.


Want to join an aXcess team?

New workers are needed to strengthen teams and continue the work. If you’re interested in serving, check out our openings.

Need More Training to Serve with aXcess?

The suitability of candidates for appointment to overseas service is evaluated in large part on the successful completion of an Alliance Licensed Ministry Experience (ALME). An ALME is a 2-year developmental program designed to provide an opportunity for accredited AM candidates to obtain hands-on ministry experience in a church or overseas setting while completing the qualification for appointment as an International Worker Clergy track.