The World Evangelical Alliance unites churches for Gospel witness and discipleship. WEA seeks to strengthen local churches through national alliances, supporting and coordinating grassroots leadership and seeking practical ways of showing the unity of the body of Christ.
Advancing quality and collaboration in global theological education to strengthen and accompany the church in its mission.
The Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA) is a Christian umbrella organization, representing National Evangelical Fellowships in all Africa. AEA’s purpose is to mobilize and empower the church for the holistic transformation of communities and societies in Africa.
Harvesters is opening the way for more people to come to Christ and access God’s Word like never before—resulting in the rapid, yet responsible, multiplication of church plants all around the world. Our vision is to plant 1 million new churches, to train 1 million pastors, and evangelize and disciple 100 million believers by 2030.
Transforming Nations by Training Leaders. EMIT provides wholistic development of influential leaders to increase leadership effectiveness to transform every segment of society.
World Mission Centre is called to provoke, enthuse and inspire the body of Christ to be released to the task of world evangelization.
Live School Missionary Training program, translated
into more than a dozen languages, has already been used in more
than 90 nations across 5 continents with more than 23 000
students that have been trained. We are excited about our
partnership with Re-Forma since this will give all of our
students across the globe the possibility to receive a
Certificate that provides a globally recognised standard for the
non-formal ministry training they have gone through.
The vision of WENSA, derived from its national and global
That the whole South African church will take the
whole gospel to the whole world
The Increase Association’s purpose is to connect and strengthen church-based training movements across Asia and beyond.
Planting churches among the unreached people groups of Asia through equipping indigenous church planters and pastoral leaders to the glory of God.
One Mission Society engages the one to reach the many, multiplying disciples, churches, leaders, and missionaries in 78 nations. OMS ministers from the principle that the most effective way to spread the Gospel is by training a nation’s sons and daughters to multiply believers and churches in their homelands.
The SBCI material is designed with flexibility, to cater for different users and different teaching formats. Our material is geared for people with many different types of prior education. Some only have a primary school education, while others have more. We provide the material for those in ministry to start their own schools. Our material does not focus on traditional, formal theological education, but rather on non-formal/informal leadership formation needs which exist at all levels, from grass-roots upwards. Our curriculum consists of three modules comprising 19 books in each. We are not bound by the requirements imposed by accrediting agencies and aim to keep our training as simple as possible.
"The Berean Institute is a Multi-Stakeholder Learning Cooperative whose mission is to provide:
... utilizing educational strategies focused on Re-Forma’s 35 Ministry Outcomes, resulting in Competency-Based Micro-Credentials in Shepherdology and the Certificate in Biblical Training for Ministry (in partnership with Re-Forma and underwritten by the World Evangelical Alliance)."
Petros Network partners with national churches in the developing world to recruit and equip indigenous leaders to share, show, and spread the Good News among their own unreached and unengaged people groups. These leaders plant churches in the hardest-to-reach, under-resourced regions they serve and provide spiritual and physical solutions that result in Redemptive Lift for entire communities.