God cares that pastors and ministry administrators have their house in order. How do we know this? Jesus put the temple in order twice. Read the biblical reflection and get a practical tool to help you put your house in order and position you to increase your ministry reach and impact.
We celebrate four years of God’s faithfulness to GTP and invite you to join us in praise and thanksgiving. These infographics summarize the cumulative reach and impact made possible by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and through your partnership with us.
GTP deployed two teams to five new countries for program work: Benin, Togo, Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, and Zambia. See how our collective effort empowered underserved workers to multiply generous stewards and help ministries follow standards for flourishing.
GTP recently did program work in Guatemala and Honduras. This field report 1) celebrates solid foundation work in both countries, and 2) highlights new growth in people that comes through facilitation and the empowerment of national workers.
This post offers a biblical solution to the global problem of dependency. To gain biblical insight for addressing it, let us look at the interaction between Jesus and the disciples in the account of the feeding of the five thousand in Mark 6:35-40.
GTP did program work in Brazil, Chile, and Panama from 5-19 November 2022. This field report highlights how workers in the region have been equipped and launched in four areas: prayer, translations, trainings, and accountability.
GTP traveled to Malawi to check the status of the Palmful of Maize (POM) vision and capture photos, videos, and stories. Here we give you a glimpse of the receptivity, generosity, and accountability we experienced in Lilongwe, Chitipa, Mzimba, and Kasungu.
Does your church or ministry engage in an independent financial audit? Let's look at four lessons from how Ezra stewarded temple resources. Remember: an audit is worth the effort, because when everything is accounted for, the clean result preserves God’s honor and reputation.
GTP traveled to Indonesia 1) to facilitate Generosity Design Labs with CSA (Philippines) and ICCSA (Indonesia), and 2) to deliver biblical teaching and raise awareness for ICCSA in four cities. This report celebrates God's faithfulness and provision.
This field report chronicles recent GTP work with a Chilean delegation from Caminando en Victoria, in collaboration with Black Rock Retreat. Learn about how we provided practical training in growing a Christian camp to this pilot group.
Naomi Siawarta (ICCSA), Anjji Gabriel (CCTA), and Steve Kerr (CMASC) traveled to Papua New Guinea to meet up with Joshua Harber (GTP country representative in PNG) to do events about ministry accountability and discern if it’s time to start a peer accountability group in the country.
Lawyers are almost uniquely qualified to assist in helping churches and ministries set responsible standards of behaviour, which builds trust to encourage greater giving. Read six ways lawyers can help in this area.
I’d like to report five encouraging developments in January 2020 linked to building faithful stewards and advancing peer accountability in India. Each one reflects ongoing collaboration between GTP and local organizations.