TGC International Outreach

Global missions inspiration, news, & information from The Gospel Coalition. Theological Famine Relief for the Global Church. Your heart was made for this. International Outreach was born under the ministry of Desiring God. During its first 6 years, the Lord enabled us to spread more than 360,000 resources through our partners to 113 countries. Join us in praying that He will enable us to reach even more through this relief effort in the coming years.


Radical is a parachurch ministry that serves alongside the local church, providing multi-lingual biblical resources birthed in the context of a local church that we hope will support disciple-making in other local churches around the world. Radical serves these churches by providing resources in multiple languages, organizing events on multiple levels, and facilitating opportunities through multiple avenues that all aim to encourage followers of Christ in the global purpose God has designed for us as His people. Many of our resources come from the ministry of David Platt, who serves as one of the pastors of The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Alabama.

Wycliffe Bible Translators

Wycliffe was founded in 1942 by William Cameron Townsend. A missionary to the Cakchiquel Indians of Guatemala, Townsend caught the vision for translation when Cakchiquel-speaking men expressed their concern that the Bible was not available to them in the language they understood clearly. As a result, Townsend resolved that every man, woman and child should be able to read God’s Word in their own language. Since its inception, Wycliffe has made great progress in Bible translation all around the world. To date, we have played a part in completing more than 700 Scripture translations.

New Tribes Mission

Of the world's 6,500 people groups, 2,500 are still unreached. New Tribes Mission helps local churches train, coordinate and send missionaries to these tribes to plant tribal churches. We minister among unreached people groups in 2,500 of the world’s 6,500 people groups, there is no church, nor is there any work being done to establish a church. These are the people among whom New Tribes Mission works. These tribes’ cultures and languages have isolated them from the Gospel. NTM Missionaries must learn their language and understand their culture in order to clearly present the Gospel and effectively plant a church.

HeartCry Missionary Society

The HeartCry Missionary Society began in 1988 in the country of Peru with a desire to aid indigenous or native missionaries so that they might reach their own peoples and establish biblical churches among them. Since then, the Lord has expanded our borders to include not only South America, but also Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and the Arctic Region. The HeartCry Missionary Society was founded and still exists for the advancement of four major goals: 1. the Glory of God, 2. the Benefit of Man, 3. the Establishment of Biblical Churches, and 4. the Demonstration of God's Faithfulness.