Great Commission Research Network

"...To empower the local church to make disciples and participate more robustly in the missio Dei."

Join the GCRN community and receive:

A subscription to:
The Great Commission Research Journal (cutting-edge articles by respected researchers and published by the Cook School of Intercultural Studies at Biola University)

Discount registration for:
The Annual Conference of the GCRN.

Opportunities to personally:
Share ideas and network with like-minded ministry leaders from around the world.

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The Great Commission Research Network is…

An international community committed to helping local churches expand their participation in the missio Dei through effective disciple-making. This network is comprised of researchers, lay persons, denominational leaders and pastors who share insights, examine case studies, hear from thought leaders and network with cutting-edge practitioners.

The Great Commission Research Network (GCRN) was founded in 1985 by renowned writers and missiologists George G. Hunter III and C. Peter Wagner upon principles of effective disciple-making as originally described by Donald A. McGavran.

Attend the Annual Conference of the GCRN

The latest cutting-edge research on ministry that balances the “Great Commission” with a “Great Compassion” (Thought leaders from around the world travel at their own expense to address this respected gathering of thinkers, writers and practitioners.)

October 1-2, 2015 Topics: Multisite Churches, The Relevance of Donald McGavran's Teachings in the 21st Century, Effective Evangelism; Speakers: Jim Tomberlin, John Mark Yeats, Gary McIntosh, Charles Arn, Nathan Lorick, Bill Day

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