Every Nation is a worldwide family of churches and ministries that exists to honor God by establishing Christ-centered, Spirit-empowered, socially responsible churches and campus ministries in every nation
Since it was established in 1994, Every Nation has been making disciples, training leaders, and planting churches all over the world. Our vision is to see a multi-ethnic, multigenerational church that will seek first the Kingdom of God for the glory of Jesus Christ, about whom it is written: “With your blood you purchased for Godmembers of every tribe and language and people and nation.” Revelation 5:9, TNIV
WHY CHURCH PLANTING?
When we plant new churches, we reach new people and new cultures. Although some churches can remain relevant to emerging cultures, planting new churches is the primary way the church adapts itself to an ever-changing culture.
When we plant new churches, we empower new leaders. Leadership emerges when there is room to grow. Churches that are top heavy in leadership have a hard time empowering young leaders, but new church plants enable church members to become the next generation of leaders.
When we plant new churches, we plant seeds of social transformation. From new church plants spring new opportunities and creative ideas to serve the needs of communities and cities and see them transformed by the gospel.
WHY CAMPUS MINISTRY?
If we reach the campus, we reach future leaders. Historically, the university campus has been a seedbed of culture shapers and world leaders—sometimes for good, sometimes for evil. If we reach them with the gospel now, they will one day change the world for Jesus.
If we reach the campus, we reach families. Statistically, people are most open to the gospel during their time at university; and with every student reached, we see the potential to reach the entire family with the gospel.
If we reach the campus, we reach the world. Culturally, university campuses are becoming more and more diverse, giving us a unique opportunity to reach the nations with the gospel by reaching out to international students in our cities.