Global Ministries helps Daybreak family members embrace and respond to God’s heart for the world’s under-resourced and least-reached peoples. Everything we do centers around our deep commitment to our Global Partners and our Career International Workers. We believe in our long-term workers, and we serve relentlessly to come alongside of what they are already doing internationally.
Our Global Partners
Daybreak is part of a larger global family called The Alliance. The Alliance is committed to building communities of churches all over the world within cultures who have the least opportunity to hear about Jesus. We are privileged to partner uniquely with four parts of the world:Cambodia and Laos, Southeast Asia: From teaching English to serving those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, the international workers in Cambodia and Laos are committed to meeting the felt needs of the national people. Ecuador and Peru, South America: Valuing their link with the local church, the international workers in Ecuador and Peru do a wide variety of things to serve the people in these neighboring countries. Ministry opportunities include building schools and churches, training leaders, and serving the countries’ orphans. To learn more, check out IncaLink, our Partner’s website.The Middle East: The Middle East is an area of the world that has fascinated people throughout history. Workers there are committed to meeting the real, felt needs of the people while striving to be a model of hope and joy to those they meet. Opportunities include teaching English, hosting health and fitness classes, skill training in micro-financing, and offering highly valued leadership training and development.Mali, West Africa: Daybreak has global partners in three different cities in Mali: Bamako, Koutiala, and Niena. In Bamako, field workers serve the professional class as well as team up with ministries that serve prisoners and women trapped in prostitution. In Koutiala, the Alliance Hospital for Women and Children is a beacon of light as families find healing and life through a dedicated team of nurses and doctors. And in Niena, the workers live life day-to-day serving their community in many practical ways, including a much-needed radio ministry that reaches some of the most rural villages in Mali.
Get involved by:Going on a Short-Term Trip: Daybreak sends teams of five to fifteen adults to locations in the United States and around the world where our Global Partners are already working. Each team’s contribution plays an effective and helpful role in the ongoing long-term work. Joining Our Global Support Team: This team serves Daybreak's global partners in ways that go beyond financial support and sending short-term teams. They provide their families with tangible, ongoing blessings that bring encouragement and build faith in circumstances that are often very challenging. Praying, responding to emails and prayer letters, shopping for and sending care packages, and offering hospitality to visiting workers. Participation on the Global Support Team is a way to make a big difference to our partners serving cross-culturally around the world.Giving Financially: You can give financially to support the ongoing ministry needs of all of our Global Partners and Career International Workers. In addition to regular giving opportunities, we have global giving projects during the Christmas season that we support together.