Organizational Partners & Recommended Organizations
The Great Commission Is Too Big to Do Alone.
Our mission is a monumental task that calls for the collective effort of the body of Christ. At ABWE, we recognize that this mission is too big to do alone. It requires collaboration, partnership, and a shared vision to reach the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Guided by our core values, we believe our lives and possessions are for sharing. This conviction drives us to work hand-in-hand with various organizations, churches, and individuals who share our passion for spreading the good news. Below, you’ll find a list of our esteemed partners who have joined us in this vital mission, each contributing uniquely to fulfill the Great Commission.
All ABWE missionaries can receive free 9Marks resources and also receive discounted and affordable access to resources to use in their missionary ministries.
ABTS / Cornerstone
Asia Biblical Theological Seminary, in collaboration with Cornerstone University, offers theological education in Asia. As a formal partner without a signed document, ABWE supports their mission to provide quality biblical education.
Bible Fellowship Church Denomination
ABWE is one of the approved agencies through the Bible Fellowship Church Denomination’s Board of Missionaries through which approved BFC missionary candidates can serve, and ABWE missionaries can contact BFC churches for support.
Cedarville University, a private Baptist institution, has a formal partnership with ABWE to offer educational discounts for missionary graduate work.
Clarks Summit University
Clarks Summit University received ABWE trainings and courses for educational credit.
Corban University works in partnership with ABWE to provide quality Christian education.
DiscipleFirst is dedicated to discipleship and spiritual development. ABWE supports their mission.
Kingdom Come Training
Kingdom Come Training is an organization to which ABWE refers missionaries.
MyCircle Evangelism Training
My Circle Evangelism Training, part of Xchange with Steve McCoy, has a formal partnership with ABWE in evangelism training.
The Go Fund / Airo Missions
The Go Fund, a formal partner, collaborates with ABWE to pay student debt for missionaries. The Go Fund and The Missions Course now exist under the single organizational name AIRO Missions.
Warrior180Foundation is an informal partner, working with ABWE in various mission activities through Rich Culp, ABWE Regional Director for EveryEthne serving in the US.