—walking alongside the local church globally—

Experience the work of God first-hand. Travel with us. Travel to work on projects. Travel to witness the work of God and to learn from believers near and far, strengthening the unity of the body by your presence. Experiencing missions through travel is one of the most common ways that God calls people to missions and confirms and clarifies that call. For upcoming Global Strategy trips, click here.

Perhaps God is calling you to connect in person for a longer period of time. Perhaps God is calling you to go for a month or six, two years or ten or twenty. Is God calling you to serve overseas, to serve as a missionary, to serve as an international pastor? Connect your passion in an interdependent cross-cultural partnership. We’ll help you clarify and connect your passion and calling.

Are you ready to begin exploring a longer-term commitment to missions? We are committed to exploring your call and to discovering whether there is a fit for you within Global Strategy, and if not, we will attempt to connect you with an organization that might fit you better. And our process begins with a series of conversations, conversations that explore who you are, what your call is, and where you might connect strategically with God’s work alongside the Church of God internationally. Once we have explored these questions, we’ll have some paperwork and some assessments for you. But it all begins with building a relationship with you.

  • To begin the process, contact Stephen R. Lewis, the associate director of Global Strategy, at SLewis@chog.org to set up that first conversation—in person, by live video chat, or by phone if necessary. And we hope this will be the first of many conversations that lead to connecting your passion with God’s work through Global Strategy.

And last, but by no means least, as you explore your interest and call to missions, we recommend reading some books and exploring our Global Personnel and Missions Projects pages. Click here to see what we have listed on our resource page for current book recommendations.

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