Glenn and Debbie

Garland

MISSIONARIES - NGO FACILITATORS  -  SPEAKERS  -  PROJECT MANAGERS

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WHO ARE WE

We are here occupying this little piece of cyber space because it is our passion and purpose in life to take the message and ministry of Jesus Christ to every nation, tribe, people group and language.

 

Glenn is a second generation missionary, whose work in ministry has included pastoring, administrating, consulting and world missions. In his current role as a facilitator of an international missions outreach, he is committed to helping plant, restore, rebuild, construct and enlarge churches and ministries.  As a public speaker he is dedicated to the expositional preaching of God’s Word and to a balanced blend of the Spirit’s power to educate, edify, and empower every believer.  

Debbie started in missions in 1988 with Teen Missions building a school in Guatemala.  In 1990 with YWAM she attended the Discipleship Training School, whose service project was in Belize.  Since then, Debbie has led and coordinated many interdenominational international outreaches.  In her current role at Calvary Campground (a missions facilitator and conference center); Debbie serves as secretary to the director (Dr. Jane Lowder), business administrator, part of the teaching staff and a member of the leadership team.  Debbie is a dynamic speaker, teacher, and leader.

 

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Outreach

Of the world's 15,935 ethnic people groups or estimated 6.49 billion people, only 6,280 totaling over 2 billion have been reached with the message and ministry of Jesus Christ.

 

Indigenous outreach is reaching those aboriginal peoples of the world.  Matthew 28:19-20

 

Our purpose and constant motivation is to take the message and ministry of Jesus Christ to every nation, tribe, people group and language.

 

Short term mission outreaches are those cross-cultural missionary assignments ranging from one week to up to two years.

800 million people have been born again into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. 1.37 billion people consider themselves Christians because they come from a Christian culture.

 

66,000 die every day in unreached people groups.

 

“Preach the Gospel at all times, and when necessary, use words.”

 

“We have been called to heal wounds, to unite what has fallen apart, and to bring home those who have lost their way.”