Become a Great Commission Partner

Help Deploy the Next Generation of Great Commission Workers!

By 2022 Encompass World Partners is committed to deploying an additional 75 fruitful disciple-makers among the least-reached peoples of our world. But it takes a team to make this work!

Would you consider giving $25 or more per month for one year, or a one-time gift of $300 or more?

GCP block collage

31 of 75 Great Commission Workers already deployed!

Become A Great Commission Partner

If you are donating in remembrance or on behalf of someone special, you can download a certificate in their honor!

For assistance or more information, call 678-992-5313.

Will you become a Great Commission Partner?

A Great Commission Partner:

  • Commits to praying regularly for new Great Commission Workers
  • Commits to giving $25 or more per month for one year or a one-time gift of $300 or more
  • Receives regular updates on progress and stories from those deploying

Each level of participation helps support the team of people who guide Encompass workers down a pathway from interest to fruitfulness.

It takes a team to make this work…

Encompass applicants go through a tested, thorough process to arrive on the field as prepared as possible (see steps below). Your gift helps make all aspects of this process available to them!


  • Written application
  • Assessments/ interviews
  • Final interviews & approval


  • Resources & information
  • Support Toolkit
  • Support Bootcamp

Core Training

  • Vision & values
  • Charis
  • Personal Mission Statement

Deployment Preparation

  • Prayer support
  • Financial support
  • Missional Network Relations Training
  • Engage 5
  • Extended training
  • Culture/language acquisition


  • Culture/language acquisition
  • Mentoring
  • Missional Network strategy


steerlogoMultiplied Giving:

Help Encompass connect with farmers and ranchers through STEER, Inc!

STEER, Inc., is a nonprofit organization that helps existing mission agencies, like Encompass, spread the Gospel around the world. In partnership with donors, ranchers and farmers are able to support missionaries and ministries with no cash outlay and no risk, raising dedicated livestock and crops for world missions.

Several donors have already provided money for animals or seed. Now, we are seeking farmers and ranchers to invest their time and labor. Do you know anyone who would like to be a part of this exciting cooperative ministry?

steer_collageContact Encompass today at 574.268.1888 for more information about this creative program of missionary support. If you are a farmer/rancher or you know of someone who might be interested, we want to talk with you. We will be glad to answer any of your questions.

For more information about STEER, go to



Make a Commitment

shutterstock 1165063

God uses faithful gifts from people like you to further Encompass’ ministries around the world. A commitment helps us to plan more effectively if we know what you prayerfully commit to give.

What is a commitment? Your commitment is understood to be an ongoing annual amount you prayerfully plan to give toward your missionary's ministry. Annual commitment amounts can be split into monthly or quarterly gifts if desired.

Fill out the form to begin your commitment to a missionary or project.

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Invalid Input

Please enter the numbers:
Invalid Input


shutterstock 725248

Every gift God has given to you may connect to spreading the Gospel and partnering with Encompass World Partners in obeying the Great Commission. Whether you are an artist or athlete, linguist or just love landscaping, it is easier than you think to make a global impact! Any amount of time you have available will further the Kingdom of God.


Contact Us


Volunteer at Encompass World Partners Headquarters

Administrative Assistant
Volunteers with office/computer experience can help in a variety of support positions from writing “thank you” notes to completing data entry. Your help makes a difference!

Transportation Assistants
Encompass World Partners is looking for transportation assistants who are available to drive a vehicle to transport missionary families or missions personnel to and from the airport. These positions may involve waking up early or getting in late.

There are a variety of maintenance projects at Encompass World Partners’ Winona Lake Office in which volunteers are able to assist. Projects range from cleaning offices to cleaning gutters!

Volunteer from Anywhere

Graphic Designers
Encompass World Partners depends on a team of volunteer graphic designers. You can volunteer from anywhere in the country and projects can be emailed to you. Volunteers can serve as little as two hours per week.

Love to make videos? Want to use your skills for advancing the Gospel? God can use you to share about the work in His harvest fields through the ministry tool of video.

Language Translation
Translators are always needed for written communications. If you have French language abilities and would like to use these for the Gospel, please let us know!

Love to write? Your skills can be used to communicate to our faithful support partners about how God is working across our 34 mission fields.

Spread the Word

Watch a Video
Watch a video and share it with others on your Facebook page! Watch and share videos here.

Post a Banner
You can post a banner on your blog or Facebook page to be an advocate for a gospel cause. Click here for downloadable banners for your page. Banners include Roofing an African Church, Feeding the Hungry, Sponsor an African Bible Student, Global Ministry Fund, Gospel Wheels and more.

Be an Advocate for the Cause...
We invite you to join us in making a global impact. Do you have creative ideas that could be used to advocate for the cause of the gospel? By God’s direction, missionaries have initiated 70 projects across our mission fields. You might connect with one of these projects and jump in and get the word out!
Here’s how it works:

  • Find a project online that you’re passionate about.
  • Choose the venue for your promo: church, Facebook, blogs, website, workplace, etc.
  • Walk the talk. Consider donating a day’s wages, a birthday gift, Christmas gift. Let others know that you’re not asking them to do something you’re not willing to do.
  • Set a fundraising goal. You can choose any goal and don’t be afraid of not meeting it.
  • Share and promote your idea for that cause. Let your community know via email, Facebook, twitter, house parties, and anything else you can think of.


Social Networking
Spread the word of God’s work through Encompass World Partners across 34 countries! Join Encompass’s fan page on Facebook and invite your friends to be fans and view photos/videos/blogs. Also, sign up for Encompass' regular “tweets” on Twitter @EncompassWorld or @ePrayNow.

ECFA Guidelines & Donor Bill of Rights

Listed among Encompass's core values is our resolve to "strive for excellence in all we do." This commitment extends to how Encompass conducts business and how the organization raises funds. As a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), Encompass adheres to the following Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship, as well as the ECFA Donor's Bill of Rights.

Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship from the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability

Standard #1 - Doctrinal Statement
Every member organization shall subscribe to a written statement of faith clearly affirming its commitment to the evangelical Christian faith and shall conduct its financial and other operations in a manner which reflects those generally accepted biblical truths and practices. What Encompass believes.

Standard #2 - Governance
Every organization shall be governed by a responsible board of not less than five individuals, a majority of whom shall be independent, who shall meet at least semiannually to establish policy and review its accomplishments.

Standard #3 - Financial Oversight
Every organization shall prepare complete and accurate financial statements. The board or a committee consisting of a majority of independent members shall approve the engagement of an independent certified public accountant, review the annual financial statements, and maintain appropriate communication with the independent certified public accountant. The board shall be apprised of any material weaknesses in internal control or other significant risks.

Standard #4 - Use of Resources and Compliance with Laws
Every organization shall exercise the appropriate management and controls necessary to provide reasonable assurance that all of the organization’s operations are carried out and resources are used in a responsible manner and in conformity with applicable laws and regulations, such conformity taking into account biblical mandates.

Standard #5 - Transparency
Every organization shall provide a copy of its current financial statements upon written request and shall provide other disclosures as the law may require. The financial statements required to comply with Standard 3 must be disclosed under this standard.

An organization must provide a report, upon written request, including financial information on any specific project for which it has sought or is seeking gifts.

Standard #6 - Compensation-Setting and Related-Party Transactions
Every organization shall set compensation of its top leader and address related-party transactions in a manner that demonstrates integrity and propriety in conformity with ECFA’s Policy for Excellence in Compensation-Setting and Related-Party Transactions.

Standard #7 - Stewardship of Charitable Gifts

  • 7.1 Truthfulness in Communications
    In securing charitable gifts, all representations of fact, descriptions of the financial condition of the organization, or narratives about events must be current, complete, and accurate. References to past activities or events must be appropriately dated. There must be no material omissions or exaggerations of fact, use of misleading photographs, or any other communication which would tend to create a false impression or misunderstanding.
  • 7.2 Giver Expectations and Intent
    Statements made about the use of gifts by an organization in its charitable gift appeals must be honored. A giver’s intent relates both to what was communicated in the appeal and to any instructions accompanying the gift, if accepted by the organization. Appeals for charitable gifts must not create unrealistic expectations of what a gift will actually accomplish.
  • 7.3 Charitable Gift Communication
    Every organization shall provide givers appropriate and timely gift acknowledgments.
  • 7.4 Acting in the Best Interest of Givers
    When dealing with persons regarding commitments on major gifts, an organization’s representatives must seek to guide and advise givers to adequately consider their broad interests.
    An organization must make every effort to avoid knowingly accepting a gift from, or entering into a contract with, a giver that would place a hardship on the giver or place the giver’s future well-being in jeopardy.
  • 7.5 Percentage Compensation for Securing Charitable Gifts
    An organization may not base compensation of outside stewardship resource consultants or its own staff directly or indirectly on a percentage of charitable contributions raised.

Donor's Bill of Rights Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.
Make sure your charity's standards and guidelines assure you of a "bill of rights" as a donor. You have the right to:

  1. Know how the funds of an organization are being spent.
  2. Know what the programs you support are accomplishing.
  3. Know that the organization is in compliance with federal, state, and municipal laws.
  4. Restrict or designate your gifts to a particular project within the organization’s mission objectives..
  5. A timely and courteous response to your inquiries about finances and programs.
  6. Visit offices and program sites of an organization to talk personally with the staff.
  7. Give cheerfully without being pressured by the organization.
  8. Obtain a copy of the organization’s most recent audited financial statements.
  9. Know that there is a responsible governing board providing oversight to the organization’s mission.
  10. Know that all appeals for funds are truthful and accurate.

For more information about the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability: Visit ECFA's website.