Dr. Gary Hoag traveled to the Czech Republic in April 2022 with two objectives. Firstly, to meet with the administrators of 4D Ministries. And, secondly, to attend the European Great Commission Collaboration (EGCC) Prague Summit 2022.
God wants all stewards to participate in spreading the good news of Jesus. Consider His 4-step approach and how you might multiply stewards at your church or ministry: 1) I do. You watch. 2) I do. You help. 3) You do. I help. 4) You do. I watch.
We celebrate three years of God’s faithfulness to GTP and invite you to join us in praise and thanksgiving. This infographic illustrates the progress of our programs made possible by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and through your partnership with us.
GTP returned to Malawi to launch “Palmful of Maize” to grow generosity and spread the joy of giving as a reflection of true Christianity by spreading this message to the children in every Sunday School class in the country.
Where do we base our plans and goals? How is our work fulfilling our calling as stewards of God? Is the ministry pursuing God’s Kingdom agenda and not building a second kingdom? This post helps us reflect on these questions.
GTP activated efforts in the Caribbean with a trip to Belize. We did a discernment retreat and program work. This field report shares progress for which we are giving thanks to God in three areas: curiosity, receptivity, and unity.
What is a peer accountability group (PAG)? Why does GTP want to see PAGs flourishing globally? How do the Scriptures encourage peer accountability and building trust? This posts answers these questions.
Because of the pandemic, we have had to rethink how we do what we do. Many have abandoned strategic planning processes and called for help. Here's a tool for discerning direction at your next in-person meeting: the discernment retreat.
This field report chronicles recent GTP work in Malawi, Mozambique, Eswatini, and South Africa from 5-21 December 2021. It activated GTP efforts in the EPSA region, advanced AfCAA standards, and surfaced Country Representatives.
Cross border giving can create unhealthy dependency on external support. But there are approaches that can help reap constructive results: supporting "coffee bean" strategies and making gifts that "teach people to fish."
This field report chronicles recent GTP work in Guatemala with Generation to Generation Network (G2G) and CONFIABLE from 16-24 October 2021 in three areas: (1) Reactivate, (2) Recharge, and (3) Replication.
In this episode of Inspiring Stewards, Nathan Jones talks to Roger Lam from Hong Kong. He urges people around the world to serve God instead of serving Mammon. He talks about increasing our ability to give more freely, especially in a society where the rich have been becoming richer and the poor have been becoming poorer. Instead, he directs us to enrich ourselves towards God and honor God in our living and giving.