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), formerly known as the American Society for Church Growth, 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.)

2017 Location:

Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, KY

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