“While there may still be a significant place for the well trained, western, cross-cultural church planter, the growing edge of mission today is strategic partnership, coming alongside the national church and mission task force, and working together to reach the unreached.” - Paul R. Gupta and Sherwood G. Lingenfelter
The ultimate goal of the Center for Global Missions (CGM) is to connect the academic and conceptual side of global missions with actual hands-on ministry, whether it be direct evangelism, feeding the poor, traveling overseas or other opportunities.
Partnerships and Projects - This center’s aim is to successfully partner with Regent University, local pastors and their congregations, local and national organizations, and believers worldwide for the purposes of research, training, and the development and completion of significant projects.
Our partners for these projects as well as for the following global service opportunities include:
Accelerating International Mission Strategies (AIMS)
Benson Idahosa University College
International Christian Mission (ICM)
Morris Cuerullo Ministries
New Life Providence Church
Pan African Christina University College
Wycliffe Bible Translators
Global Internships – Regent students complete semester-long or yearlong internships for credit by working overseas or stateside with the center’s partners.
Short-Term Mission Work – The center facilitates and leads student short-term mission trips to various locations around the globe.
Relief Ministry – CGM coordinates with Christian social action organizations to share the love of Christ, by means of feeding the hungry, clothing the destitute and aiding those who are suffering.
Global Immersion – These opportunities enable individuals to gain an increased awareness and knowledge of various cultures, as well as the opportunity to engage in cross-cultural interaction.
“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations...” Matthew 28:19a