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G.O. Teams

Global Outreach (G.O.) Teams are small, high impact teams that work on tasks in a cross-cultural setting. Typically, they are made up of individuals with particular skills relating to the needed task. Following our vision for Global Outreach, G.O. teams from Glenwood are sent to support those called to serve on a long term basis by assisting with the development of national workers and leaders. In past years, teams have been sent to Sudan, Slovenia, and Haiti.

Since July 2010, we have sent more than ten teams to Haiti to minister in a number of areas, including assisting in the building of houses in Port-au-Prince, assisting in the building of classrooms and offices on the EMNV campus in Merger, fixing existing homes in Merger and assisting with the construction and finishing of a new building on the STEP campus. Along with working while we are in country, it is also our desire to interact and connect with the people who live in the communities surrounding the job sites. Most years G.O. Teams are sent to Haiti in both February and October. 

In 2008 and 2018 G.O. Teams went to Slovenia and ministered alongside Johnny and Brooke Stevens who work with unchurched youth. The teams assisted in putting on an English camp for Middle School students. 

Ministry News

Posted: August 3, 2018
Slovenia G.O. Team

We have a team in Slovenia right now working with Johnny and Brooke Stevens. The team is helping lead English camps and caring for middle school students. For updates and pictures as we receive them, check out Glenwood's Facebook page....

Posted: March 8, 2018

This August, Glenwood is sending a global outreach team to resource our ministry partners in Slovenia. The dates are August 1-15, 2018. The team will be leading an English camp for middle school aged children, in partnership with the Josiah Venture team in Celje, Slovenia. If you are interested in...

Posted: February 8, 2018
team playing soccer with the kids in merger

Serving in Merger

Monday thru Wednesday the team drove through congested traffic to serve in the community of Merger. We split into 2 teams: one team working alongside Haitians replacing roofs; the other team playing games and doing activities with children.

Team #1 consisted of 2 guys (+4 Haitians) on...

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