Religion, Spiritual Development

Gospel Life Global Missions

glorifying God by growing disciples who make disciples

aka Gospel Life Global Missions

Hardin, KY


Gospel Life Global Missions is a missionary sending organization that exists to glorify God by growing disciples who make disciples.

Ruling Year



Joshua Hutchens

Main Address

PO Box 19

Hardin, KY 42048 USA


pastor training, Christian missions





Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Protestant (X21)

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What we aim to solve New!

The continent of Africa is now the home of more professing evangelical Christians than any other continent. But most pastors in Africa have received almost no biblical teaching, making Africa fertile ground for syncretism and heresy. For healthy churches to grow, pastors need training and support for their ministries.

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Missionary Sending

Pastor Training

Where we workNew!

Our Results

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Number of active missionaries

Population(s) served


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Missionary Sending

Number of pastors receiving modular training

Population(s) served


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Pastor Training

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We exist to glorify God by growing disciples who make disciples. We want to see mature believers and healthy churches multiplied in Malawi in particular for the glory of God.

We seek to glorify God by growing disciples who make disciples through three areas of ministry:

(1) Pastor Training: We train pastors through modular and residential education, so they can lead their churches to greater maturity.

(2) Church Planting & Growth: We support indigenous church planters and help new churches to grow in Christ and reach their communities.

(3) Compassion Ministries: We help churches to show the love of Christ by meeting needs in their communities.

We facilitate a community of knowledge-sharing and humble service by pairing experts in various fields from theology to church leadership to medicine with pastors who desire to utilize this knowledge and skills to advance the spiritual health of their church.

We make progress when biblical teaching is proclaims, believers become more like Christ, churches grow to maturity, and new churches are planted.

We have established a modular education program in two locations in southern Malawi where pastors gather to learn three times a year. We also have established mobile medical clinics in fifteen rural locations three times a year. In the future, we hope to expand these programs as well as to establish a residential education program.

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