Make a difference with God’s love and practical service on one of our five global focus area teams. Each area focus team has multiple sub-teams to care for missionaries and organize events so you can find a way to serve that’s suited to your strengths. Click here for the Going Beyond Action Form to connect with the Focus Area of your choice. You can also be a part of short-term missional experiences through our Beyond Teams. We send teams out several times each year to work alongside partner organizations.

East Africa

Our strategy in East Africa is to strengthen the existing churches to do the work of evangelism to win souls for the Kingdom (1 Cor. 9:19-23). In addition, our role in East Africa is to support the national spiritual leaders who already have trusting relationships with their own people in the communities.

Uganda: We serve alongside with our partner, AOET, by providing education, nutrition, medical, and spiritual care through child sponsorship.

Middle East

A top priority of the Beyond Global Ministry is to proclaim the gospel where Christ is not known (Rom. 15:20). We are heart-broken over the reality that a majority of 1.7 billion Muslims around the world has no access to the gospel because they have not known any Christ followers living among them (Matt. 9:36).

Our main strategy is to mobilize our people to engage in the Middle East by using creative platforms to establish our presence in the region. Our field workers are building authentic relationships with the Muslims in the region through various business opportunities to win their hearts to Christ. Such a creative platform allows us to mobilize the professionals to use their gifts and talents to contribute to our efforts in the Middle East.

East Asia

In a highly populous region, it is alarming that many ethnic populations have 0.00% professing Christians and 0.00% evangelical Christians. Our strategy is to focus on the major cities where ethnic groups come for work and education.

We are currently engaging in the college campuses to reach out to the university students with the gospel. We hope to reach the next generation that will become influential leaders and have an impact in their communities and country.

We also serve alongside the underground churches to support seminary students to help cultivate future spiritual leaders who will spread the gospel to all the major cities.

Southeast Asia

Islam is the most widespread religion in Southeast Asia with over 280 million adherents. It is also reported that there are more than 220 unengaged, unreached people groups just within one of the countries in Southeast Asia.

We strategically work with national Christian partners to send their own workers into the unengaged, unreached people groups to plant indigenous house churches. Our role is to mobilize long-term workers to help train the national believers to engaged in the Disciple-Making Movement among the unreached people groups.

We have also developed an agriculture business model to help people establish sustainability. Our plan is to reproduce the agriculture business model among the UUPG. As mutual trust is established in the community, we can cultivate authentic relationships to win their hearts to Christ.

Latin America

Our strategy in Latin America is to support the Compassion International El Salvador and the local churches to have a spiritual impact in their communities and cities to encourage the young people to turn away from violence and drugs.

The Latin America Team will continue to advocate child sponsorship through Compassion International, as we have been doing, to provide means for the children to obtain education, which could be a solution to end the cycle of poverty and violence for the future generations.

Together with the local churches, we will Invest in the young people by providing scholarships to universities and Bible colleges. We firmly believe education will be the key for the future and spiritual training to impact the nation to end violence.

We recruit families and individuals to support a child (or children), build a relationship through correspondences, and even visit the child on a short-term trip.