Evangelism Leadership Fellowship
ELF exists to create a mutual learning community among those who lead denominations and networks in the study and practice of evangelism, mission, and outreach. Together, leaders engage in discussions on best practices, critical cultural needs, and changing evangelism methods that lead to outcomes that can be implemented across multiple outlets.
Rural Matters Institute
With over 48 million people in rural America, there is an emerging movement to plant churches in rural areas. RMI was created to provide support, learning, and community for those working in non-urban contexts in North America.
The SEND Institute was created with the specific needs of church planters in mind. The institute exists to provide planters with a community of like-minded people who desire to see the gospel proclaimed and lived where God has placed them.
The BGC Fellows are mission and evangelism scholars who come together to help lead the conversation on best practices and research on evangelism today. Fellows are tasked with fusing the academic world with the practical application of evangelism in our culture today.
Campus Evangelism Initiative
Seeking to deploy 100,000 CCCU students a year—1,000,000 in 10 years—making Christ known wherever they go.
Church Evangelism Initiative
The CEI was created to help churches grow through conversion and disciples making disciples. Our vision is to see thousands of churches across the United States, and beyond, develop communities where people find their way to Christ and where every disciple of Christ is equipped and mobilized to reach and make new disciples.
The BGC has partnered with the Wheaton College Graduate School to provide quality training for those involved in evangelism and mission leadership. Through the MA in Evangelism and Leadership and MA in Missional Church Movements programs, we encourage individuals and churches to be change agents for Christ in the world.
Institute for Prison Ministries
The Institute for Prison Ministries supports the evangelism and discipling efforts of correctional ministries nationwide by providing training and resources.
Correctional Ministries & Chaplains Association
CMCA is a professional organization through which Christians can celebrate their faith and passion for correctional ministry with other individuals, organizations, and churches; develop professionally through online resources, trainings, and certifications; and be inspired through uplifting journal articles, networking, and conferences.
GC2 is a moniker that reflects an Evangelical commitment to the Great Commission and the Great Commandment. The intent of the gatherings was to reflect on and call for action to the global refugee crisis in light of both the Great Commission and the Great Commandment.
Amplify is a 3-day event where we will reimagine an evangelism for our day that is winsome, soulful, creatively, and deeply grounded in scripture.
The Billy Graham Center Institute exists to take a deeper dive into current trends in Evangelicalism and the Church's teaching and practice of evangelism.
What does a life that embodies the gospel look like? At the core of a Gospel Life is a commitment to a lifestyle of evangelism.
Spiritual Disciplines & Evangelism Guide
Our latest resource includes eight spiritual disciplines and how they can lead you to a more rich and rewarding lifestyle of evangelism.