As part of THE ALLIANCE worldwide denomination, we believe that Jesus is the Christ, God incarnate. He came in human form to sacrifice Himself, once for all, that we might not perish but have eternal life. Living the Call Together describes what The Alliance is and does--living out the preeminence of Jesus, fulfilling His Great Commission, in an alliance made up of churches around the world.
"He said to them, 'Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.'"
Since 1887, THE ALLIANCE has served the spiritual and physical needs of millions of men, women, and children in every part of the world. Today, our global ministries encompass people in 81 countries and territories. In 70 of these, more than 700 U.S. workers are caring for the sick, befriending the lonely, and introducing spiritually impoverished people to Jesus. As we seek to share His Good News, we're strategically located in five geographic regions: AFRICA, ASIA/PACIFIC, EUROPE/MIDDLE EAST, LATIN AMERICA, and NORTH & CENTRAL ASIA.
CAMA is the development and relief arm of THE ALLIANCE in the US and worldwide, helping to plant churches and serving in a variety of ministries that flesh out the good news of God's love for people - body and soul. They've served various refugee groups since 1972 and are involved in long-term development projects that capitalize on local strengths and resources such as digging wells, serving in micro-enterprise ventures, and providing medical assistance, educational services, and language and vocational training.
Our vision is to own the lostness of our community by:
Building disciples, not just our organization.
Mobilizing those disciples, not merely gathering.
Releasing assets, not protecting them.
Collaborating with other congregations, not competing.
We tithe 10% of our annual general budget because we believe in releasing assets to support efforts that multiply God's Kingdom. Our Strategic Resources Team (SRT) accepts proposals and recommends to the Elder Board qualifying local and international mission opportunities.