CGMUSA can be contacted to provide training at no cost in the following areas: spiritual growth and development; christian training, conferences and seminars; radio broadcast ministry; pastoral training; evangelism; divine healing; and individual discipleship and spiritual renewal. Although the primary method of training is through on-line media (Zoom), in-person training may also be available, subject to availability to travel. Some training materials are made available without cost through this website. In addition, CGMUSA sponsors evangelistic work in several communities located in the eastern region of India.
Through this program CGMUSA partners with churches to provide temporary, emergency aid to widows, orphans, and other disadvantaged persons. Examples of needs met under this program include illness, death, job loss, accidents, and similar events outside of the control of the afflicted individual(s). Aid is in the form of food, clothing, funds for the cost of medical treatment, bereavement expenses, transportation, and similar necessities. This program is international in scope.
CGMUSA sees its mission as broadly encompassing all of the New Testament's admonitions for delivering the gospel to every nation on the earth, while engaged in compassionate service to needy, underserved people. Consequently, it manages its affairs with flexibility and willingness to adapt to new opportunities for delivering the good news of Jesus Christ. Specifically, it is CGMUSA's goal to share with the world Jesus's willingness and ability to reconcile all lost humanity to become children of a living God, our Father in heaven. The same flexibility is present to respond in the compassion of Christ to new needs as conditions at home in the U.S. and abroad continue to evolve. While CGMUSA already has many programs that afford opportunities for potential donors to give to a cause they endorse, if our programs do not directly address a specific cause that a donor wishes to fund, you may contact CGMUSA to find out if that cause is one which CGMUSA can endorse and support.
Drought and associated crop failures lead to famine in various parts of the world. When these circumstances occur in Uganda, CGMUSA partnered with local churches to provide funds that allowed these churches to purchase and distribute free food to drought victims. CGMUSA is also n informal partner with humanitarian aid organizations and local churches that provide medical supplies, shoes, and operating funds for the evacuation and care of those who have been made homeless by the ongoing war in Ukraine. CGMUSA's representative in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, receives funds that CGMUSA collects and subsequently re-delivers these funds to where needs exist. For example, in the fall of 2022, its representative delivered CGMUSA funds to a manufacturer of windows to pay for the production and installation of hospital windows to replace those that were damaged by Russian military attacks in the City of Irpin. Under this program, CGMUSA also helped pay for the construction of school buildings and water wells in Western Uganda. In 2022, CGMUSA entered into a partnership with a South African-based organization providing community development funding and gospel outreach to an impoverished area within Zimbabwe.
One of CGMUSA's longest-running programs is its international educational assistance program. Under this program, CGMUSA provided funds for the construction and equipping of school classrooms and the construction of dormitories. Through student sponsorships, CGMUSA has provided funds for orphans and other under-privileged students in Uganda, from elementary through university grade levels. Sponsorships have also been provided for Ugandan students enrolled in technical schools. CGMUSA recently entered into partnership with Transformed Communities International (TCI) a partnership which has seen TCI take the lead, in Uganda, in supporting the construction and equipping of school buildings. CGMUSA still maintains an active student sponsorship program to combine with with gospel outreach programs in Uganda.