“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Acts 1:8 

As we seek to live out our mission to “Love Jesus. Love Others. Serve”, we are motivated to grow in our faith and knowledge of Jesus Christ and to share this Good News with others. Our Alliance Family has more than 700 workers serving in more than 70 countries throughout the world. These workers care for the sick, demonstrate God’s love to the friendless and introduce Jesus to spiritually needy people.  Learn more or get involved by clicking on one of the missions below.

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When Alliance missionaries went to Senegal in 1932, the work and the people were hard, and after a few years, they moved on. In the early 2000s, Alliance international workers reentered Senegal, and it was still hard. But the work is worth it because Jesus is worthy—and He loves this people.

Learn More About the Missions We Support

  • The Bosnia population is 4,500,000.
  • Bosnia is located in southeastern Europe.
  • The Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA) entered Bosnia Herzegovina in 1998. This was seven years after the country established its sovereignty in 1991. 
  • Alliance ministry in Bosnia is primarily funded through the Great Commission Fund (GCF).
  • The vast majority of the population in Bosnia identify as Bosniaks or Muslims. 
  • As you walk around Sarajevo you will hear the hypnotic melody of the muezzin's call to prayer five times each day from one of the many mosques.
  • The 10/40 window is referring to the geographical region of the eastern hemisphere located between 10 and 40 degrees north of the equator where the largest group of unreached people live.
  • Two thirds of the worlds population live in the 10/40 window and less than 2% are evangelical Christians.
  • There are 5,000 unreached people groups in the 10/40 window.
  • Most of the countries in this window are closed to the gospel, have no known believers, have no church, have no missionary, and have no scripture in their native language.
  • The major religions are: Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and animism. 
  • Persecution of Christians is prevalent in the 10/40 window.

  • Many countries are closed to the overt sharing of the gospel.
  • Creative access exists to enter these high risk, closed access countries in an effort to share the gospel. 
  • These countries are kept private for the protection and safety of the International Workers in these fields.

Global Advance Team:

Pastor Vince Cardarelle, Frank Miezio, Sandy Murphy, Dave Bolender, Meli Hilsmann, Eileen Voigt, Maureen Furno, Mary Kofigah, Madi Wenzlaff