2019 Annual Report
Emphasis on strategy, long-term and sustained focus, and innovation paid dividends again this year in each of our program areas. LeaderStudies recipients continue to add to the Church’s intellectual foundation. The Vital SustainAbility Initiative entered a new phase with even broader scope and improved efficiency. Catalytic Ventures include chartering The Sanneh Institute for the Advanced Study of Christianity and Islam, an independent West African institution, and continued advocacy for women in theological leadership through the Women’s PeerLeader Forum. The InSights Journal for Global Theological Education documents research, including new knowledge from our programs.
Board members generously cover all administrative costs, allowing 100% of other contributions to support programs that directly encourage and enable Christian theological leaders from the Majority World for the Global Church.