The Vision • The Mission • The Core Values
WorldLead has a vision to train, equip and support indigenous Christian leaders to multiply their impact for the Kingdom.
WorldLead is a Great Commission engagement to connect and close the leadership gap around the world… building future Christian world leaders… leaders training leaders.
- WorldLead seeks to inspire participants toward a growing personal spiritual walk with God.
- WorldLead seeks to coach participants in personal life skills of practical applications… improving life and home.
- WorldLead seeks to lead through training and leader development so that participants will be capable of reproducing leaders.
WorldLead conducts annual training conferences in Boca Raton, Florida, Africa, Eastern Europe, Asia, South America, and the Caribbean. Specific countries currently involved in WorldLead include Angola, Bangladesh, Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Fiji, Ghana, Guyana, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mexico, Moldova, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, United States, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
The commitment of WorldLead is to develop indigenous leaders to the next level. Participants develop spiritually, helping to form the “riverbanks” of experience to produce individual spiritual transformation. The goal is multiplication of leaders to help finish the Great Commission. We are taking capable and high potential indigenous leaders to the next level.
Meet the participants
At its core, WorldLead serves the local church worldwide, building future leaders that will serve in the Kingdom. The organizations represented at WorldLead include Awana International, Boca Raton Community Church, Ethnos Movement International, Free Evangelical Church of Lebanon, Food for the Poor, Hope of Africa, and Operation Mobilization (OM). Individual missionaries from other organizations including Pioneers, InFaith, and Impact International are also participating in WorldLead, benefiting from the opportunity to focus on their personal leadership development.
The faculty and facilitators of WorldLead include pastors, business leaders, and teachers from the US, indigenous teachers from Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean, and teachers and church planters from organizations such as ReachGlobal and Awana International.
Meet the faculty
WorldLead participants are currently impacting the Kingdom through the discipleship of over 800,000 believers on five continents.