Global Gates Network

God is truly bringing the nations to us …

Boto Joseph, Global Gates Missionary: “The face of America has changed. Now, there are over 40 million people who were born in another country. Through business, ease of travel, and technology, the world is connected in ways we have never seen.”
“Sometimes immigrants are even shaping society back home from the city through decisions made, businesses started, and even political roles they are playing.”
“With so many of the world’s least reached peoples coming to North America could it be that the last frontier of missions is a lot closer than you think.”

Chris Clayman, Global Gates Co-Founder: “I used to be the only missionary living among an unreached group in Africa, but I feel like much more of a pioneer missionary doing this work in New York City.”

Boto: “In 2007 a United Nations report declared that over half of the world now lives in cities. With this urban migration unreached peoples from around the world are now much more accessible to Christian witness.”
“Acts 17:26-27 says, “26 From one man he made all the nations, that they should inhabit the whole earth; and he marked out their appointed times in history and the boundaries of their lands. 27 God did this so that they would seek him and perhaps reach out for him and find him, though he is not far from any one of us.”
“Global Gates is a response to this great opportunity. With the innovations and relationships from the worldwide body of Christ in cities we foresee a new missions movement birthed in our cities that spreads back to immigrants’ home countries. We truly envision having a global impact through urban gateways.”

Brad Wall, Global Gates Co-Founder: “American Christians are decades ahead overseas in reaching the world’s least reached people groups compared to where we are in reaching those same people groups here in our own homeland.”

Boto: “Global Gates wants to raise awareness of missions opportunities in our cities. It will take traditional churches and missionaries responding to the opportunity, but it will also strategically involve students and business people using their unique platforms to make a global impact.”
“In partnership with other organizations Global Gates has helped start a missionary training school in New York City called equip to raise up missionaries in our context. Equip is a year-long program that starts every fall and the students work as a team to start new work on college campuses and in communities of unreached people groups. Global Gates is about starting churches among peoples who do not have one.”
Brandon Doyle, Global Gates Missionary: “It’s difficult for me to travel to Yemen or Saudi Arabia with the gospel, but here in my city I can speak with Yemenis or Saudi Arabians any day of the week.”

Boto: “Global Gates is encouraging the flow of the gospel through natural networks of immigrants back to their countries. Join us, network with us, partner with us, or simply respond to the opportunities God has laid before you.”
“For more information, would you please visit our website globalgates.info? Coming to a city near you.