Global Impact exists to facilitate opportunities to serve others and reach, not just our local community, but our neighbours around the globe. Our church supports many International Workers and we offer different ways that you can become involved or get connected as well.
Learn who our International Workers are by visiting the Global Impact board in the Atrium and taking a copy of their current newsletter. Consider partnering with a worker through prayer, financial support, and/or joining the missions team.
What's an MOU?
Ever wonder what we mean when we reference MOU?
MOU stands for “Memorandum Of Understanding”.
This is a type of agreement between two groups. In the case of Grande Prairie Alliance Church, we sign MOU’s between us as a church and international workers as a statement of mutual commitment.
- As a church, we commit to pray for, financially support, and partner with the mission of the international worker(s).
- As an international worker(s), they commit to communicating needs and updates and aligning themselves under the church as their umbrella.
Like baptisms, weddings, and funerals, an MOU is a formal agreement made in front of an audience that not only adds accountability and weight to the agreement being made, but demonstrates a promise to care for one another out of the love of Jesus.
Interested in reading, viewing, and listening to more great resources about Global Impact?
Check out these highly recommended resources below! Ranked for those who want to learn more (Inquirers), those who want to support actively (Advocates), and those who are ministering themselves (Participants).
Future International Workers
An interview with Amanda Pelster
Our Partnership with Mexico - an Interview
Listen to Ruth Nilsson, our Director of Global Impact, talk to 3 different individuals on their perspectives and experiences with GPAC's partnership with Mexico.
Are you wondering how you fit into this? Are you looking for a practical way you can get involved? Listen to this conversation on how God is moving in Mexico and how we as a church can support His mission.