Completion Global is a networking organization seeking to accelerate the work of Jesus’ Great Commission by loving the people God has sent to America from other countries (aka "the diaspora").
Jesus desires that every tribe, language, people, and nation is represented in His family -- so much so that he said the end would not come until every people group hears the gospel of the Kingdom. There are still thousands of people groups who have never heard the Good News, but the Church is making progress! We can complete the global task God has given us.
MISSION AND VISION
Mission: Mobilize the whole Church to its Kingdom purpose by getting every member involved, so every people group will be included. (Eph. 4.16, Mt. 24.14).
Vision: By 2025, reduce the number of unengaged-unreached people groups from 3206 to zero, by mobilizing every church member to respond in theology, worship, discipleship, and outreach.
Latest count of unengaged unreached people groups: 1573
Innovation for the Great Commission
“And this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.” -Mt. 24.14
- Jesus of Nazareth
AWAKEN TO THE OPPORTUNITY
God has sent hundreds of unreached people groups of the world to America as students, professionals, diplomats, refugees, and immigrants. The Church needs to be awakened to this golden opportunity where people can get involved in the Great Commission without leaving home.
EMPOWER THE UNDER-REPRESENTED
There are hundreds of effective workers for the Kingdom who come from places traditionally visited by missionaries, including communities of poverty and prisons. These workers can provide the catalyst that churches and missions agencies need to ignite movements.
CREATE CROWDSOURCING TOOLS
Many who follow Christ would like to get involved but do not know what to do or how to get started. We seek ways to get people involved using technology, training, or networking to make sure everyone is using their gifts toward His goal to reach all nations.
PRISON TO PEOPLE-GROUP PIPELINE
We are attempting to create a pipeline that has three components: 1) Prisoners are trained for ministry while incarcerated; 2) Upon release, local churches are equipped to help them make the cultural shift from prison culture to civilian culture; 3) Agencies, parachurches, and churches work together in coalition to reach the diaspora in their city.