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Global Outreach International

Build With Us

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We're expanding our campus in 2018 to add much-needed missionary housing and training space, as well as make repairs to existing space. Please give generously, and leave your mark on our campus for God's glory.

In the video below, CEO Steadman Harrison talks with Eight Days of Hope founder Steve Tybor about our growing partnership, and the need for faithful givers to sow into this new project. We have been blessed greatly by Eight Days of Hope, and we hope through this campaign to bless them in return, with shared training space we both can use to equip the Church.

THE BACK STORY

In 2016, we took a leap of faith and partnered with a disaster relief organization called Eight Days of Hope. We gave them a support platform for their full-time staff and volunteers to be US-based missionaries. In 2018, we're stepping out again to gift them land on our campus for their new headquarters--and we think it's time to build alongside them.

Your partnership will help us accomplish these goals:

 - build new missionary housing, so we can help more missionaries, pastors, and ministry leaders have low-cost space for training and other needs;
 - build a new training and equipping center, which we'll use for missions equipping, Eight Days of Hope will use for disaster relief training, and local churches can use for retreats;
 - renovate existing missionary apartments and our single classroom;
 - upgrade software systems to better serve all our missionaries, including Eight Days of Hope workers

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