Serving the Local Church
There are many ways to enhance your church's global impact through Go To Nations. By working together, we increase our effectiveness as we labor strategically to see the completion of the Great Commission.
Go To Nations provides a connecting point between the local church and the rest of the world--through missionaries on the ground, some of the most unreached peoples can be touched by the efforts of church right here at home. Local churches can partner with other local churches, Bible schools, elementary and secondary schools, and urgent projects.
From the hovels of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, to the dusty streets of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, local churches are partnering with veteran missionaries to make a lasting difference through short term opportunities. There is no better way to expose believers to the world than to take them there. Churches can do this through Go To Nations.
Through tools and training resources like Global Pathway, church leaders from Jacksonville, Florida to Arusha, Tanzania are being empowered to lead the charge in sparking a global missions movement. Step-by-step, these practical resources detail the why, the what, and the how of equipping believers to fulfill the Great Commission globally.
Not only does Go To Nations help local churches identify missionaries from within their congregation, we also provide a specialized equipping track for emerging missionaries. Our Missionary Preparation and Orientation, Timothy Internship Program, Missionary Apprenticeship, and Leadership Development Forum are designed to coach believers for sustained effectiveness both at home and on the field.
Northeast Florida Connections
Organizational partnership is key to seeing true advancement in the Kingdom. These Northeast Florida organizations also have Go To Nations missionaries who function in key leadership roles--these represent other ways to connect the local church with the world.
Jacksonville, FL is literally a "hub" for the nations--residents from Asia, the Middle East, and Africa have been drawn to this diverse city. Go To Nations Missionaries, Matt & Usha Reifsnider, teach, lead, and train on a weekly basis with ILC as an extension of their ministry. The International Learning Center offers Citizenship classes, separate men's and women's ESL classes, and much more.
Working with City of Jacksonville officials, and other local leadership, Go To Nations Missionaries Tom & Roxy McLeod work (and pray) diligently to see every street in the city adopted by local churches and individuals. Even former Sheriff John Rutherford attributed the city's drop in crime rate with the efforts of TransForm Jax.
Every nation faces the challenge of meeting the needs of impoverished people. Through North Florida Aquaponics, Go To Nations missionary Tim Lovelace is innovating with aquaponics--focusing on sustainable development to feed the world's poor. Your church can get involved in this hands-on ministry approach, participating in training at our North Florida Aquaponics prototype.
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