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Global University Rejoices in Worldwide Advancement

Global University provides a brief overview of its ministry taking place around the world.
Global University loves to see people come to Christ and its records confirm that. Since 2010, Global University students and graduates have led more than 1.6 million people to make a decision for Jesus.

Since January 2018, 23,239 people have received Christ as Savior through the ministry of Global University and its students. The cumulative number of people coming to Jesus through their evangelism efforts has now reached 3.6 million.

Global University students and alumni have also planted a total of 35,726 churches around the world since 2010.

The following is just a glimpse of some of Global’s ministry worldwide.

ARAB WORLD BIBLE COLLEGE — AWBC is the newest major GU missions project; it was launched on August 22, 2018. AWBC’s reach encompasses 16 Arabic-speaking nations in the AGWM Eurasia region. The goal is to disciple and train 45,000 believers in the next six years for ministry in the Arab world. It is a huge challenge. The need is unparalleled, but not impossible to meet.

ARMENIA BIBLE COLLEGE — The translation of Global’s undergraduate program into the Armenian language is complete. About 150 students are studying for the ministry, while 36 of this year’s graduates are already ministering to Armenians in the harvest fields of Europe.

GLOBAL UNIVERSITY — CUBA — Seven hundred thirty-four students from Cuba have graduated and are in ministry and missionary work around the world. In Cuba, 2,439 pastors currently study GU undergraduate courses on Kindles. Five hundred church workers are studying non-degree GU Christian Service courses. These graduates and students continue to minister to people who experienced Hurricane Irma in 2017.

BURMA BIBLE COLLEGE — Translation of 18 Global pre-degree Christian Service courses and GU’s undergraduate program are in process. Two hundred students are now studying GU courses and are actively engaged in planting churches.

EUROPEAN SCHOOL OF MINISTRY (ESOM) — Two hundred fifty African students are studying across Europe in the French language. They have now increased the number of church plants from 12 to 22.

For more information on Global University, visit www.globaluniversity.edu.

Tony and Susan Rybarczyk

Tony and Susan Rybarczyk are AGWM missionaries with Global University based in Springfield, Missouri.