Church Leadership Development

Educating and empowering church leaders is crucial towards bringing the Gospel and permanent change to the extreme poor. This is done through programs focused on coaching and mentoring pastors, spiritual gifts training, leadership workshops and seminary support.

“Poverty alleviation is the ministry of reconciliation: moving people closer to glorifying God by living in right relationship with God, with self, with others, and with the rest of creation.”


- Brian Fikkert, When Helping Hurts

Bright Hope is committed to supporting local, in-country churches, ministries, and their leaders because they are proven to be the best at creating long-term change and sustainability. Our partners are committed to sharing the message of Jesus Christ with people desperate for Hope.

Your generous gift of any amount can help local church leaders grow spiritually and develop their skills as leaders, enabling them to bring Hope for Eternity to many others.

 

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Leadership Trainings Transform Local Church in Bolivia

Leadership Trainings Transform Local Church in Bolivia

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Oruro, Bolivia — Imagine going to church every Sunday to hear a sermon from your pastor who had never attended seminary, studied theology or even read many books of the Bible. How would this make you feel? How do you think this would affect other ministries in your church?
 


Discipleship Program Unites Churches in Zambia

Discipleship Program Unites Churches in Zambia

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Chishi Island, Zambia – Thirty-eight church leaders recently graduated from the discipleship training program on Chishi Island in Zambia!
 


Women in Haiti Equipped to Rise from Poverty

Women in Haiti Equipped to Rise from Poverty

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Haiti — Relentless drought. Nagging hunger. Desperation to find water. This is the harsh reality in Northern Haiti, where Bright Hope’s church partners in three communities are rallying together to help the extreme poor.