Follow Jesus Locally and Globally

The GlobalChurch Project invites often unheard voices from around the world to enter into a powerful global conversation about the shape of church and mission in the 21st century.
We provide a platform for multiculturalminorityIndigenous, and Majority World voices.
We help local churches become missional and multicultural.

We design resources and curriculum for theological colleges, especially on World Christianity and multicultural ministry.

We offer invaluable resources to deepen and broaden your understanding of the future of the church.


Help us bring the stories, voices, and lessons of Africa, Asia, Latin America, and more, to a global audience. This way, these voices can help renew local churches, revive the worldwide church, and infuse our mission, worship, and discipleship with fresh vibrancy.

Around 33 AD - After His death and resurrection, when it was time for Jesus to ascend to Heaven, He told His followers to wait for The Promise of the Father. With the coming of the Holy Spirit the lives of individuals were changed, the community itself was transformed, the Church was born!

9th Century AD - Veni Creator Spiritus was composed by Rabanus Maurus (780 AD - 856 AD). It has since been used as an invocation of the Holy Spirit, sung on the feast of Pentecost, the entrance of Cardinals to the Sistine Chapel when they elect a new pope, as well as at the consecration of bishops and the ordination of priests; also, when celebrating the sacrament of Confirmation.

January 1, 1901 - Pope Leo XIII sang the Veni Creator Spiritus by the Holy Spirit window in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, asking for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the Whole church. That same day, in Topeka, Kansas, at the Bethel College and Bible School, the Holy Spirit came upon a group of Protestants who had been praying to receive the Holy Spirit as the early Church did in Acts.

October 11, 1962 - At the opening of the Second Vatican Council, “Veni, Creator Spiritus” were the very first words with which the Second Vatican Council opened. Pope John XXIII intoned the words of that hymn as he knelt before the central altar at St. Peter’s in Rome. In preparation, he prayed for God to, "Renew Your wonders in this our day, as by a new Pentecost.