Grace Ministries International (GMI) exists as a ministry of Grace Community Church to facilitate our missionaries toward meeting our biblical obligation to "make disciples of all the nations" (Matthew 28:19).
At its heart, GMI is absolutely committed to the inerrancy, authority, and sufficiency of Scripture. As such, we look to God's Word alone in determining our theology of missions. The following outlines the focus of our missionary efforts.
Leadership training takes place on the mission field primarily through international training centers. Established by a union of Grace Church missionaries and national church leaders, these schools are similar to a Bible institute or seminary.
Church strengthening brings a missionary alongside an existing church to support and strengthen its ministry in the community.
Church planting takes place where there is no national evangelical church.
Bible translation brings the Word of God to a people group that does not yet have the Bible in their own language.
To partner financially, please prayerfully consider supporting one of our missionaries or missionary works.
For each contribution, you will be sent a receipt as well as blank contribution form and an envelope to facilitate future giving. All contributions are tax-deductible. For the deduction to be allowed, contributions are to be made with the understanding that GMI (a ministry of Grace Community Church) has complete control and administration of the donated funds.
GMI Direct: This is the electronic-funds transfer-service of Grace Ministries International. Your gift comes directly from your checking account each month. Download the GMI Direct Application.
Mail-in Giving: Make your check payable to “GMI” and mail to Grace Ministries International, 13248 Roscoe Boulevard, Sun Valley, CA 91352. Please specify the name of the missionary on the memo line.
God works in truly remarkable ways through our missionaries. In supporting them, we become their co-laborers in ministry.
Come hear updates from our missionaries, pray for their needs, and learn how you can be involved at the monthly ECHO (Elders’ Council Handling Outreach) meeting.