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Serving the least …

The Lebanon Cedar Home and the Nicaragua Feeding Program have longed served and will continue to serve their communities. Our projects with them have provided key infrastructure to assist in their good work with those in need. This campaign will enable us to go the extra mile to put these important ministries on a stronger footing to continue in the future.

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Pursuing sustainability …

Even before the pandemic, sustainability has been a core value to our projects at Global Strategy. We have encouraged churches and community groups to think in the long term, not just within present needs. The Philippines Fish Farming Project is a new partnership for sustainability that we hope to replicate in the future. This initial project needs a little more financial help to get off the ground.

Resourcing local churches …

With projects from Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America, this category is our most diverse. Our tagline at Global Strategy is to walk alongside the local church globally and these projects do just that! Needs have arisen within local church communities. Those needs are processed with the regional leadership and then brought to the office to see how we can walk alongside the different groups. Whether it’s adding additional space to an overcrowded church building, helping to expand a children’s ministry space, revitalizing a church’s printing press, or seeding new church plants, it is a joy to be able to walk alongside churches around the world.

Developing the generations …

Some of our longest partnerships in association to our projects at Global Strategy are with theological education communities. We partner with some that are thriving and some that need more help along the way. What’s really exciting during this period of COVID-19 is that most of our education partners have found a way to continue their good work. Though it’s been hard, these mostly smaller educational communities need our help to provide access to equipment that will enable students and teachers to continue learning, equip a different body to meet accreditation standards of sustainability, and provide a bit of a stimulus in another situation. Investing in the lives of young people and leaders is important for the church of today and the communities of tomorrow.

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Compassion

The Lebanon Cedar Home and the Nicaragua Feeding Program have longed served and will continue to serve their communities. Our projects with them have provided key infrastructure to assist in their good work with those in need. This campaign will enable us to go the extra mile to put these important ministries on a stronger footing to continue in the future.

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Church Cultivation

With projects from Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America, this category is our most diverse. Our tagline at Global Strategy is to walk alongside the local church globally and these projects do just that! Needs have arisen within local church communities. Those needs are processed with the regional leadership and then brought to the office to see how we can walk alongside the different groups. Whether it’s adding additional space to an overcrowded church building, helping to expand a children’s ministry space, revitalizing a church’s printing press, or seeding new church plants, it is a joy to be able to walk alongside churches around the world.

Education
Education

Developing the generations ... Some of our longest partnerships are with theological education communities. During this period of COVID-19, it's been exciting to see our education partners find ways to continue their work. These mostly smaller educational communities need help in meeting the variety of challenges facing them—from equipment to retooling. Investing in young people and leaders strengthens the church of today and equips the communities of tomorrow.

Education
Education
Developing the generations ...
Some of our longest partnerships are with theological education communities. During this period of COVID-19, it's been exciting to see our education partners find ways to continue their work. These mostly smaller educational communities need help in meeting the variety of challenges facing them—from equipment to retooling. Investing in young people and leaders strengthens the church of today and equips the communities of tomorrow.
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