CFTN G.lobal O.utreach: It’s more than a department – It’s our DNA!!
YOU were born again into a global family. Nations are a part of your spiritual heritage! Crossing cultures and bridging barriers with God’s love is in your divine DNA.
To help you discover and fulfill your unique role in spreading the good news of Jesus through every people group on earth in our generation!
Not sure where to start?
Call the G.O. department (602-861-0000 x1034), schedule an appointment, and let’s listen together to what the Lord is saying about how His call on your life includes international assignments.
Already clear about your purpose and on the road to your destiny?
Let’s partner together in the preparation process – there are so many options for developing your giftings right now and right here!
Good news!! You don’t have to wait until
- You have the money
- You’re out of school
- Your kids are grown
- You have enough vacation time saved up to make a trip overseas
- You’re just more “ready” spiritually
- You’re retired and have more free time
- You have more training
- You have three dreams and a vision
Step into your identity in Christ and start to impact nations now!!
To demonstrate Jesus while:
- Planting 10,000 churches internationally
- Sharing the Good News among people groups abroad who have a Christian population of less than 1%
- Conducting evangelistic and leadership training events overseas where the Church is already established
- Welcoming New Americans – refugees and immigrants – whom God has transplanted to Phoenix
- Caring for widows, orphans and those devastated by catastrophic disasters
Sundays, 5pm – 8pm
Central Campus, E Chapel
Contact: Philip Thapa / 480-209-4539
Sundays, 9am – 11am
Central Campus, E206
Contact: Michael Asrat/ 602-466-4586
Saturdays, 5pm – 7pm
Central Campus, E Chapel
Contact: Fidel Cardenas / 602-754-1856
Sundays, 9:30am – 11am
Central Campus, Rm E
Contact: Joseph Macharia / 480-392-6188
Sundays, 2pm – 4:30pm
Central Campus, E Chapel
Contact: Joseph Macharia / 480-392-6188
Call for location
Contact: Peter Pugayev / 480-512-2454
FRIDAY is G.lobal O.utreach Prayer Day in the P.U.S.H. Room, Central Campus
Pick up a fresh list of G.O. prayer requests at the sign-in table. Pray alone or with the G.O. leader who is onsite. Lay hands on the 6’ x 6’ world map and cry out to God for the nations!!
Bi-Weekly Prayer for the Nations
2nd & 4th Sundays of the month
5:30pm – 7pm
P.U.S.H. Room, Central Campus
Join us in proclaiming God’s promises over the nations, our missionaries, the G.lobal O.utreach ministries, and goals God has given to our church!
Monthly All-Night Prayer For The Nations
3rd Friday of the month
10pm – 6am
Building E Chapel, Central Campus
Come for an hour or stay all night! Bring your outreach requests and we will pray over them with you. Shake the nations through intercession!
China / Tibet
Outreach to Tibetan Families
August 27 – September 910
Leader: Steve Chang
Bring the life and healing of Jesus to Tibetan families! Since 2000, Touching Hearts in Tibet has ministered Christ to more than 14,000 children. Tibetan kids are 3 to 5 times more likely to suffer from congenital heart disease due to the effects of high altitude. Be a part of the medical and/or ministry teams that embody God’s love to this nation. We are partnering with Southeast Asia Prayer Center for this trip. ” South East Asia Prayer Center
Church Construction Project
December 27 – January 10
Registration Deadline: November 1; $500 Deposit / $800 Trip Cost
Leader Mario Gonzales
In Areceli Gonzales’ hometown, we are coming alongside a congregation that has pressed through a maze of obstacles and is working hard to finish its building project.
CFTN Global Ambassadors Preparing For, Or On, Short-Term Global Outreaches
Christine Maiden – YWAM, Colorado
Mary Sprain – Mozambique in August
Mary Ann & Rich Hopkins – YWAM, London in January
WELCOME HOME To The Following CFTN Ambassadors, Recently Returned From Short-Term Trips!
Sister Ruth Carneal & Patricia Wallace – Israel
Michael Griffith – Uganda
Penny Sheahan – Spain
Kenda Wallace – Honduras
Every 30 seconds a new immigrant enters the United States.
In the last five years, Phoenix has become home to U.N.-sponsored refugees from more than 80 countries.
Today, over 40,000 Somalians reside in the Valley, and tens of thousands from Sudan, Liberia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, and other African nations have become our neighbors. This year, Arizona is welcoming several thousand more refugees from Iraq, Afghanistan, Burma and Bhutan.
Many have harrowing stories of surviving imprisonment, torture, near starvation, the death of many relatives and friends, and enormous personal loss. Some have lived up to 18 years in a refugee camp.
They arrive in America with all their earthly belongings contained in two suitcases, prepared to begin a new life in “the land of unlimited opportunities”.
Most, however, quickly find out that the American dream will require them to start from the bottom – learning another language, returning to school to earn a recognized degree – all the while working in the lowest paid, manual labor jobs.
Their greatest felt need is for genuine friendship. Their hearts are uniquely receptive to God’s love.
• Drive a van for one of the Sunday or Wednesday services (no special license needed), or drive one of the buses (CDL required) & transport New Americans to church
• Be available for one-time needs, such as providing transportation to a doctor’s appointment, helping with a baby shower, completing a job application, etc
• Meet with a refugee mom or dad as an English language conversation partner
• Teach one or more hours a week in Christian ESL program
• Tutor a refugee child with their homework
• Men – be part of the soccer tournament outreach
• Ladies – help create an ethnic women’s craft room, where native items are designed and later sold to help support moms widowed by war
• Teens – participate in a volleyball match and BBQ with youth from other nations
• Donate and deliver gently used: furniture and linens, household appliances/decorations, children’s books (very simple English and lots of pictures)
• Become a spiritual mentor for a small group of New American guys or gals who meet during the Teens Discipleship Class on Sundays, 9:30a – 11a in the E Chapel on the Central Campus
• Assist in sharing Jesus with New American children during the International Kids Class on Sundays, 9:30a – 11a in Rm E201 on the Central Campus
L & M – SE Asia
Born again from a Buddhist background nearly 19 years ago, this couple has made almost 30 ministry trips into their homeland – which is not open to Christian witness. Each outreach is at great personal risk, due to the fierce persecution currently being experienced by the growing rural indigenous church. The Word of God is constantly being confirmed with miracles – the latest of which is the supernatural healing of an 18 year old boy diagnosed with leukemia!
Matt & Emily Triggs – Philippines
Married in 2009, the Triggs are currently involved in the ministry of helps and evangelism in Mindanao, Philippines. They also have a weekly program on a Christian radio station, which broadcasts out of Makati (a district of Metro Manila). Matt has traveled and ministered in 16 countries. Emily is expecting their first child in late September or October.
Fishers of Men Ministries International – Haiti
Dr. Jay & Mrs. Linda Threadgill pastor Church On The Rock-Port Au Prince, which has grown from 6 to over 7000 in the last 24 years. Fishers of Men Ministries has planted over 25 churches throughout the nation, as well as 14 academic schools, and 4 accredited Bible schools. This ministry also facilitates a hunger relief program, which last year fed nearly 3000 students throughout the city and in the rural areas of Haiti.
CFTN’s 5 Vans & Bus Bring The Nations To Worship
“Before you came, I had no way to attend church,” explains Harriett Hemerling, a mother of four small children who comes from Rwanda. Harriett now owns a van and brings her own family to church services.
On any given Sunday morning, 5 or 6 nationalities are represented among the 50+ passengers brought to church by CFTN’s transportation ministry. Most of the riders are New Americans, who do not yet have their own vehicle.
Deng Chor, a high school senior from Sudan, rode the van for several years, but now has a job and his own wheels. He proudly brings a carload with him to service.
Two van drivers are urgently needed for Sunday mornings, and one van driver is needed to pick teens up for the Wednesday Youth Service.
Would you pray about being the answer to many people’s prayers as either a full-time or substitute driver? Check this ministry out—ride-alongs are encouraged!!
Contact Transportation Director, Ralph Daniel, 602-292-2414 / firstname.lastname@example.org , to learn more about this ministry.