Where Does GSM Serve?

Where Does GSM Serve?

​GSM is not bound by borders, domestic or international. We seek to follow the Lord’s direction and leadership into any and all territories that He would have us further the Mission and Vision of those He called and sent.

GSM considers global to also mean local.

GSM has a footprint in over 30 countries by sending and serving missionaries, partnerships, and national ministry leaders.

Humanitarian Aid and Development

GSM is constantly developing new field work that results in the better future of those living in vulnerable, impoverished, or inhumane conditions. We accomplish this by equipping and sending passionate people to make a lasting difference. We make every effort to work with locals with the purpose of making their futures better through sustainable community development. Our goal is avoid over dependency on relief, which allows to help many more people.

​GSM has seen lives saved, suffering alleviated, and human dignity brought to people in the areas of:

  • abused/victimized children
  • human rights advocacy
  • anti-human slavery/trafficking
  • asylum seeker/refugee camps
  • children and families with mental/disabilities
  • clean water education and distribution
  • college student mentorship programs
  • community development training
  • building housing, sanitation, and education facilities
  • feeding the homeless and indigent
  • life skills for aging-out orphans
  • job skills and small business development
  • malaria prevention
  • medical aid distribution
  • natural disaster and emergency relief
  • orphanages
  • pastoral counseling
  • malnutrition prevention
  • sports camps
  • English as a second language (ESL)
  • vulnerable youth/after-school programs
  • ​war widow care

A few ways that GSM has served in these areas:

  • GSM has served more than 7,500 hours in refugee camps. Our work there has provided human dignity and basic care to thousands of war victims and victims of ISIS terrorism.
  • GSM is partnering with coalition of community organizations and government agencies to assist in the development of a sustainable and appropriate response to the migration of internationals at the Texas border.
  • ​GSM spearheaded the development of a coalition against human trafficking in 2018. The coalition is set to begin educational and prevention programs in 2020, beginning in Grayson County, where GSM is headquartered.