The vision for Global Mission Nepal was born in 2013. In six years, God has blessed us with more than ninety Global Mission churches throughout Nepal. Our vision looks to plant 4,000 more reproducing and healthy churches in the country by 2030. In order to facilitate this vision, we long to recruit indigenous Nepalese missionaries who will adopt this vision and labor towards it success. By providing training, a partnership with like-minded and pastors and leaders in the Global Mission Nepal network, and fully mobilized churches, we believe that we can achieve the vision of a church in every village of Nepal by 2030.
Currently, we have established a Church Planting Center (CPC) in Kathmandu where twenty potential church planters graduate every five months and forty church planters each year. We are praying to extend these CPCs to all seven provinces of Nepal by 2020 and hope to establish a theological seminary in Nepal by 2022 for college and master's level training for South Asians who desire to see the Gospel spread throughout the region.
Global Mission Nepal’s primary work is to be a catalyst for an indigenous church-planting movement spreading throughout Nepal and South Asia. Therefore, we believe that wise stewardship of our resources — our time, training, and finances — leads us to planting churches. The spiritual need is immense but is fertile ground to plant Kingdom gatherings through which the blessings of God can be displayed and enjoyed throughout Nepal.
Our vision for all of our churches is that every church is a planting church. It isn't a matter of addition -- it is a matter of multiplication. Join us in our mission to see 100 churches planted in Nepal by 2018!
Pastoral and leadership development are two of the most urgent needs in Nepal. The church is hungry for the Word of God, solid teaching, and strong leaders. However, there are few resources for the church to turn to in order to develop new leaders and to grow deeper in the Word of God.
Global Mission Nepal works to establish consistent leadership development. We want to see the church grow, not just numerically, but deeper in maturity, faith, boldness, and the knowledge of Jesus Christ.
Theological study outside of Nepal is not possible for many students because of financial problems and already being engaged in ministry. Therefore good theological institutions and education means in Nepal are imperative. While the church growth in Nepal has been amazing -- and consistent -- many of the pastors and leaders are without any theological or Bible training. Additionally, with the rise of cults, it is important for leaders to be well equipped in being able to defend, proclaim, and grow in what they believe and to train others to do the same.
Therefore, Global Mission Nepal works to make solid Biblical and affordable theological education accessible to pastors and lay leaders in a manner that allows them to receive ongoing quality theological education.
In light of the two massive earthquakes that struck Nepal in 2015, Global Mission Nepal has organized ongoing efforts to administer whatever relief and assistance is needed in the most gravely affected areas. Our teams consistently deliver basic necessities to areas that have been devastated by the earthquakes. Global Mission Nepal teams have delivered items such as rice, water filtration devices, blankets, and building supplies to help to rebuild communities wiped out by the earthquakes.