410 Global Outreach Network

410 Global Outreach Network

Advancing Global Missions Together

Global Outreach Leader Roundtable

Join us for our upcoming workshop on September 20th and 21st at Parkview Church Orland Park Campus for global outreach leaders. This workshop is a peer-to-peer roundtable gathering where global mission leaders of churches meet to share, learn, network, and cross-pollinate.

About 410 GON

The Global Outreach Network exists to convene global outreach leaders of North American churches to share, learn, network, and grow. It’s an opportunity for you and your peers to think deeply about strategic and tactical missions issues in an ever-changing world.

We are passionate about uniting the North American Church to be more effective in global missions. This network is exclusive to church mission leaders. There is no obligation or commitment to participate other than to engage with an amazing community of globally-minded leaders. It is a unique opportunity to cross-pollinate with other like-minded church leaders from across the US and Canada. Each month we host a one-hour video call to discuss issues that are important to you. We host an in-person gathering 1-2 times each year.

The 410 Global Outreach Network is a ministry offering of 410 Bridge. These gatherings are not about 410 Bridge or the work we do around the world. We simply convene like-minded people and serve as a facilitator of peer-based conversations.

Get Involved

There are two ways to participate in 410 GON

Monthly Video Conference Calls

Each month we host a video call to discuss a variety of tactical topics. This time is designed for participants to engage with each other and talk through tactical issues of the day.

In-Person Gatherings

Twice each year we host an in-person gathering to facilitate roundtable discussions on strategic missions issues. These events are highly interactive, workshop-oriented events where you will leave feeling refreshed, encouraged, and equipped.

What Church Leaders Are Saying

The Global Outreach Network is leading the way in providing a forum for all world missions ministries to engage in safe, meaningful, and real peer-to-peer conversation.  Our team was able to see we all share the same challenges both in the world and internally in our churches. The workshop approach helped us work with other church leaders to develop new solutions and steer strategic direction. The past two years have been like climbing a mountain and this forum has helped us determine our path and carry the load.

Dan Stonaker, Executive Director of global(x)
North Point Ministries, Atlanta GA

When the 410 Global Outreach Network first gathered in February 2020, I had no idea how beneficial this network would prove itself to be as we navigated a changing world together over the following months and years. For global leaders that are just getting started on forming a mission’s strategy, or for those that are seasoned in the work and are looking for fresh ideas, I cannot express how valuable these roundtables and conversations are. It has made me a better leader and better follower of Christ as we seek to bring the Kingdom to earth globally.

Jeff Ford, Director of Global Good
Crosspoint Church, Nashville, TN

In a globalized world, we still find ourselves very siloed and myopic in our understanding of the ramifications of our current reality. This forum has not only created a platform to engage the fast-changing realities of global engagement but has enhanced a much-needed roundtable to learn, grow, serve, and most importantly build long-lasting Kingdom-minded relationships.

Christian Mungai, Global Outreach Pastor
Mariners Church, Irvine CA

The 410 Global Outreach Network conferences have provided great insight into healthy missions partnerships and planning for our church. We have connected with other churches that allowed us to come to conclusions of best practices for missions programming.

Caitlin de Grouchy, Church of the Nativity
Timonium, MD

The 410 Global Outreach Network has done 3 things for me. First, I have found a community with people who have a similar calling and are working in similar settings as I am. Secondly, during the last two years, I found it incredibly difficult doing global ministry due to well-known global issues. I was on my own. Being able to meet with other outreach pastors who were struggling with the same issues was comforting. But lastly, we resourced each other, sharing ideas of things that have had a breakthrough during this time. During the last meeting together, I left feeling so encouraged and this gave me inspiration for 2022. God has used this gathering to help me take this ministry to the next level even now.

Michael Kisaka, Lead Outreach Pastor
One and All Church, San Dimas, CA

The 410 Global Outreach Network has been very beneficial to both me and the church. The networking has provided peers to learn from, benchmarking and assurance the issues I face in ministry are not isolated to my situation. My church has benefited from sharing ideas that enhance the way we do missions, engage our members, and provide opportunities. It is easy to become comfortable in the way we carry out missions but being a part of the network helps to challenge the status quo and keep us thinking ahead and not become complacent in the way we engage in missions.

Tracy Tuttle, Missions Operations
Lakepointe Church, Rockwall, Texas

Participating in 410 Global Outreach Network events has been a refreshing and challenging experience for me. I have learned from the 410 Bridge Team as well as from other Mission leaders how to think and plan more strategically as I serve in the local church. The most amazing thing is that 410 Bridge does not use this as a way to promote their ministry!

Pat Ragan, Pathway Ministries
First Baptist, Atlanta