The Glory Project is an international missionary organization geographically focused on missions in Asia. We are a network of churches and missionaries who strive to reach the unreached with the gospel of Jesus Christ by filling the earth with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea (Hab. 2:14). We partner with and empower frontline workers (indigenous missionaries in Asia) to build self-sufficient, Christ-centered, and gospel-driven projects like orphanages, schools, churches, and more.
We offer mission opportunities for individuals, church group mission trips, and family mission trips through a variety of Mission Trip opportunities including education centered mission trips, outreach to children or Vacation Bible School (VBS) mission trips, orphanage work, evangelism mission trips, medical mission trips, and disaster relief mission trips. Find out more about our mission opportunities and how to book a trip on our Mission Trips page.
The Glory Project currently partners with Christian missionaries to Asia in many Southeast Asian countries including India, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Laos. We believe true transformation occurs when the local church identifies its needs and mobilizes. With your help and the help of other like-minded Christians, we seek to make disciples and reproduce the church of God in all 11 countries of Southeast Asia until we have a Church in every Village, until all may believe. Find out more about our missionaries to Asia on Our Missionaries page.
Provide bibles, evangelism resources, or discipleship materials
Support a missionary in training (theological and practical education)
Support a missionary and his/her family
Support church building projects
The Glory Project builds self-sufficient churches through partnerships with like-minded people and churches who are led to sponsor a church in the South East Asia and Pacific region. These church sponsorship packages are not simply church building sponsors used only for building supplies and the purchase of evangelical and discipleship resources but also act as investments into the independent future of those churches by helping to build micro-enterprise businesses that allow each church to become self-sufficient and independent from western support. Find out more about sponsoring a church below.
When you sponsor a child, you gift goes to support one of our children’s homes and orphanages. You provide three meals a day to a poor hungry child facing food insecurity and help a child in need have the opportunity to attend school from the age of five until they have completed a high school level education. Our projects provide a child without family support with additional education support and planning for the future. Find out more about sponsoring a child below.
When you sponsor a mission project, you are supporting frontline missionary workers in Southeast Asia. With your financial help and prayers, we plan to expand out outreach in all 11 Southeast Asian countries. Mission projects may include: helping refugees, supporting Christians faced with persecution, translation work, and meeting physical needs. Find out more about our mission projects below.
At the Glory Project we work with indigenous churches, leaders, and ministries to build the kingdom of God in Southeast Asia. True transformation occurs only when the local church identifies their needs and others are mobilized. Therefore, at The Glory Project we seek to make disciples and reproduce the church of God in Southeast Asia.
We’ve seen God move recently among the refugees in India. May of 2022 we saw 15 come to Christ and now with our bible school are eager to help them grow in their relationship with Christ.Support Education
We saw three come to faith during one bible school camp in April 2022. With the crumbling of our government, people are wondering who they can trust and they are finding it in Jesus Christ alone.Establish A Mission
In December 2022 we baptized 15 people (the largest we’ve had in several years) and are see the church grow in our valley. In 2010 we only had four churches, but now are approaching 15 with people turning to Christ monthly.Support A Church