GGCN Volunteer Opportunities and Needs

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In order for the Global Great Commission Network to achieve its vision to “stimulate worldwide mission efforts that promote the making of disciples of every people in our generation”, many volunteers are needed. Current priority needs include programmers and system designers to work with the Discipleship Survey and Last Mile Calling Development teams.

Much progress has been made in some areas and projects, as outlined below, by a small number of volunteers. Our prayer is for a growing number of visionary participants and contributors. Here's a list of ways you can connect and be part of our common efforts:

Discipleship Survey

The Global Great Commission Network exists to stimulate worldwide mission efforts that promote the making of disciples of every people in our generation.  As a priority project, the GGCN has created and is continuing to develop an interactive discipleship assessment survey tool to aid in the efforts of making disciples of every people.  This tool can be found at where individuals, churches, and other groups can participate.   After taking the survey, users immediate receive in response a Survey Analysis.  Along with a “Score” in each category, the user can select ‘Resources’ under each category and this will take them to a growing list of resources available to help the user in each discipleship area.  The user also has the ability to add other resources to the Crowdsourced database.  More information is available at

Volunteer Needs:

    • Software System Engineers to be part of the development team
    • Computer/Internet programmers
    • Individuals to compile and promote discipleship materials
    • Individuals and/or organizations to provide online training in discipleship
    • Participants in regional and country Discipleship Survey development teams in order to translate the survey into local languages and to adapt to cultural differences

Contact [email protected] for more information. 

Online Networking Tools

At Tokyo 2010, a vision for a networking tool focused on networking between intercessors, givers, goers and senders around the work focused on unreached people group was presented.  It was called the Last Mile Calling network.  Since 2010 much effort has gone into bringing this vision to reality.

The Last Mile Calling has evolved into two separate projects and networking tools, both exciting and both encompassing components of the original Last Mile Calling vision.  A re-launch of the Last Mile Calling network, with the same name, has been developed and is available for users interested in an online networking platform focused on reaching the 4,500+ unreached people groups on the Last Mile Calling priority list.  The Last Mile Calling web application enables churches, mission agencies, intercessors, businesses and funding partners to indicate their level of commitment, involvement, or interest in networking with others to reach a particular unreached group.  The Last Mile Calling project anticipates moving from the beta-stage to full deployment in the next few months.  We anticipate that the Last Mile Calling programming needs will grow as the user base grows and requests new features. 

Volunteer Needs:

    • Programmers who can take on specific priority coding assignments
    • Unreached People researches to be part of the development team
    • Regional project facilitators

To get more information about this opportunity to contribute to the world’s first comprehensive social-networking site for unreached peoples, please email [email protected].  To participate in the beta testing and/or to get a closer look at the current Last Mile Calling network, browse and register.

The GCNetwork (GCn) is focused on the social networking opportunities for the furtherance of Great Commission collaborative efforts.  GCNetwork has emerged as a social networking site focused on Missions and Great Commission efforts.   The GCnetwork (GCn) rollout continues.  A growing number of networks have begun using the GCn for intra-agency communication among their leadership and several are beginning the process of implementing GCn as their primary communication tool across their membership.  We believe this will lead to greater interagency communication as members are successfully connecting with mission leaders from around the world.  We are excited about this project and encouraged that this is a tool that will encourage more people to CONNECT, COLLABORATE, AND COMMUNICATE within the mission community as calendar events are shared, causes are championed, projects are promoted and discussions are started.

Volunteer Needs:

    • Individuals with varying skills to serve on the Launch Team.
    • Networks or other organizations to adapt GCnetwork to their own needs
    • Group and other network online facilitators

If you have an interest in helping, the time to contribute to the development, and programming and web skills that you can offer, please contact [email protected].  Work is going forward to identify networks or associations interested in exploring how they can effectively manage their internal communications by utilizing GCn. Once a network or organization joins the GGn, they can invite their own members, establish and manage their own Groups, either Public for the purpose of education and exposure, or Private or even completely Hidden Groups for internal communication.  

GGCN Africa Volunteer Needs

GGCN Africa Discipleship Survey and Discipleship Resources Volunteer Facilitator

  • Coordinator of Africa Discipleship Survey and Discipleship Resources per the vision of GGCN to promote the making of disciples of every people in our generation. 
  • Locate and recruit African personal and resources to facilitate discipleship understanding and practice in Africa
  • Work to translate the Global Discipleship Survey into African languages, as needed and appropriate.
  • Work to adapt the Global Discipleship Survey for African culture and practice.
  • Communicate with David Bogosian and others who emerge as part of a Global Discipleship Survey Coordinating Team
  • Promote the understanding and usage of the Discipleship Survey throughout Africa.
  • Identify and promote Africa specific discipleship resources that GGCN Africa can list and promote.
  • Recruit an African Discipleship Survey facilitation team to pursue and address African needs.

GGCN Africa GCnetwork Volunteer Facilitator

  • This person would be responsible to coordinate with Randy Mitchell and others of the Global GGn coordinating team to further the use and development of GCnetwork in Africa.
  • Facilitate GCnetwork African Group and, as needed, other Africa focus groups.
  • In general promote GCnetwork participation in Africa, helping to make networks, churches, and individuals aware of this tool.
  • Potentially serve as part of the GCnetwork global facilitating team.

GGCN Africa Last Mile Calling Volunteer Facilitator

  • Coordinator of Africa participation in the Last Mile Calling project.
  • Locate and recruit African personal and resources to encourage cooperation and use of the Last Mile Calling project which is designed with the primary purpose to enable networking between intercessors, givers, goers, and senders around reaching the 4,500+ unreached people groups on the Last Mile Calling priority list.
  • Work to incorporate features and tools in the Last Mile Calling project for African culture and practice.
  • Communicate with David Bogosian and others who emerge as part of a Global Last Mile Calling development and management team
  • Promote the understanding and usage of the Last Mile Calling Project throughout Africa.
  • Identify and promote cooperation and networking specifically for unreached people groups located in Africa.
  • Recruit an African Last Mile Calling facilitation team.

GGCN Africa Coordinating Team Administrator

  • Work to facilitate communications among Africa GGCN members and leaders.
  • Serve in an administrative role for the Africa GGCN Coordinating Team to include:
  • GGCN Africa web page development
  • Periodic  GGCN African newsletter
  • Development and management of the GGCN Africa mailing list
  • General GGCN Africa leadership and member communication needs.
  • Manage African responses to the Tokyo Declaration signatures and other listing and promoting of agencies and associations in Africa.
  • Facilitate GGCN Africa coordinating team meetings.
  • Recruit additional volunteers and regional coordinators.

GGCN Africa Regional or National Coordinators

  • Work to broadly represent the Global Great Commission Network in assigned area.
  • Answer GGCN inquiries of individuals and organizations in or near the assigned area, directing inquirers to appropriate resources or help.
  • Communicate with GGCN Africa Coordinating Committee concerning GGCN projects and initiatives
  • Serve as a reference in assigned area for unknown inquiries re uses of GGCN resources.
  • Promote and encourage use of GGCN tools and projects.
  • Promote the Tokyo Declaration and encourage individuals and organizations to sign the Tokyo Declaration.
  • Recruit GGCN participants and other resources.
  • Educate local agencies, associations, churches and networks about GGCN.

Global Great Commission Network Regional Representatives

We are seeking GGCN Regional Representatives who share the vision and purpose of GGCN to help us serve network participants and inquirers in various regions of the world.   Contact [email protected] for more information. 

Associations, Networks, and Agency Listings with GGCN

The vision of the Global Great Commission Network (GGCN) is to list, profile, and promote global, regional, national, and other mission associations and networks plus mission sending agencies, mission service agencies, and mission sending churches.  If your organization is listed under either Associations/Networks or Organizations at you can check to (1) confirm that the information is accurate, including any network affiliations, and (2) identify your organization as a signer of the Tokyo Declaration.  If it is not listed, let us know at [email protected] and we'll add your organization to the database.

Prayer Networks, Mission Resources, and Mission News and Events

We want to promote Prayer Networks, Mission Resources, and Mission News and Events from around the world and have made a start toward that goal at  Do you know of prayer networks or prayer resources that can be listed and featured?  How about significant mission resources including publications, blogs, web pages, service ministries, and much more that should be featured? Are there sources of mission News and Events in your geographic or ministry area that would encourage and bless others?  Pass those along or volunteer to coordinate information from your part of the world.  Let us hear from you at [email protected].

We look forward to hearing from you.  Let us know how you can help and keep an eye on for further developments.