Reaching beyond these four walls
Glad Tidings is privileged to partner with global workers who are impacting lives around the world through the message of Jesus Christ and the meeting of everyday needs.
From our Bible Clubs in Senegal, Africa to our colleges in Kenya, our community centres in Uganda to the streets of Kolkata, India — not to mention Malawi, Cuba, El Salvador, and Thailand — we have witnessed what God can do through a missions-minded church.
Each year there are opportunities to visit one of our foreign fields as part of a GT mission team or to serve here at home. Below you can see the ministries and missionaries we support, and how you can get involved!
The House of Nazareth is a temporary emergency shelter that provides lodging and meals free of charge for men, women, and families in need. Its mission is to help people in dire need become independent and active members of society.
Teen Challenge Canada is a 12-month, faith-based, residential alcohol and drug addiction rehabilitation program with centres across Canada.
At the Pregnancy Resource Centre, trained staff and volunteers provide expectant mothers and fathers with hope and healthy alternatives to an unexpected or unwanted pregnancy.
This faith-based ministry plays a vital role in reintegrating ex-offenders into our community. MCC also provides support for those who have loved ones incarcerated.
Guy and Jane have served in Dakar, Senegal, for over seventeen years. Senegal is a nation of fourteen million people that is predominantly Muslim. Located in Sub-Saharan West Africa, there is still relative freedom to share the Gospel, which makes it such an important nation to reach while the window is still open.
Your giving supports church plants, Bible clubs, Christian schools, health programs, deaf schools, and leadership development.
As one of the world's poorest, least developed, and spiritually dark nations we are investing in the training of leaders to change the nation.
Harlyn and Helene currently serve in four major portfolios: Field Director for Malawi, President of the Pentecostal Bible College, Interim National Director for Village of Hope - Malawi, and Lead Pastor for City Pentecostal Church.
We are pleased to support "On Wings of Eagles", an arm of IFCJ that helps Jews make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) from the former Soviet Union, India, Europe, Arab lands, and other religions, and helps them with their klitah (resettlement) needs once they arrive in the Holy Land.
The Delgado family plans to begin their work in Senegal in March. Their primary work will be with the Deaf School and Children's Ministry. Javier will also train leaders in the public schools and teach practical skills to deaf students.
This initiative donates $100 to each young person ministering with our missions teams.