Equipping pastors globally to multiply disciples and churches

282 pastors have been identified for training in the following countries: Nepal, Cambodia, Mongolia, Mozambique, Zambia, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Uganda, and El Salvador.

Your generosity has granted 243 pastors access to formal, ministerial training.

This leaves 39 pastors in need of sponsorship – to sustainably multiply disciples and churches.


Two Ibero-American young women — one from Nicaragua, one from Ecuador. Both Christian. Both Wesleyans. Both certain that God is calling them to reach the world beyond Ibero-America. Both planning to be missionaries to Muslims. Because of the mentoring from Global...

Graduation in Mozambique

Five couples and two women graduated from the Xai-Xai Bible College in Mozambique at the end of September. (A few students received a one-year Christian ministry certificate.) These graduates were sent out and are very needed in their communities as new churches are...

Multiplying Leaders for the Nepal Church Through Leadership Training

God is on the move in The Wesleyan Church of Nepal! Their goal is to see that all of their churches are led by pastors who have completed at least six basic pastoral training courses. This past August, Dr. Paul Mills brought his unique teaching skills to Kathmandu by...

28 Leaders Start Training in Ghana

Earlier this year a proposal was developed for training more leaders in the West-African country of Ghana. After some initial planning and conversations, Bob Bagley, Global Partners (GP) Africa Area Director; Felix Kinful Baafi, Wesleyan Church of Ghana National...

Imagine You Are the Only Pastor of the Only Church in a Town of 10,000

A Wesleyan theology class was taught at the Nailakh Wesleyan Church this past April in Mongolia. This was the first time many of the 15-25 leaders who attended had been exposed to Wesleyan theology, and for many of them the first time they’d been exposed to systematic...

See how your generosity is breaking down the barriers of accessibility and affordability to training in Cambodia for pastors like Thoeurn.



On average, it takes about $1,800 to provide ordination training to each pastor. Help close the gap and make training a reality for our untrained pastors around the world!