Jesus tells us to “go and make disciples of all nations.”

Bethel is committed to finishing the task of taking the gospel to all nations by focusing on places that remain unreached.


The following global priorities are meant to be a guiding force for the ministry of Bethel Church worldwide. For a full description, please read our Priorities for Global Ministry.


Our resources of time, money, and personnel are limited; therefore, we must be strategic in how we go about our mission. The avenues of participation in missions are near limitless, but to be effective, Bethel needs to focus on a few strategic ministries. If we do not limit our focus, we risk becoming spread too thin and becoming ineffective.

Unreached People Groups

Bethel longs for the fulfillment of Revelation 5:9-10: That every tribe, language, people and nation would be worshiping our Lord. In keeping with this vision, we want to focus a larger portion of our resources on the areas of the world with a lack of gospel witness or a heightened resistance to it.

Global City Focus

If we desire to reach the uttermost parts of the earth with the hope of Jesus Christ, we need to utilize the city as an avenue to the unreached people groups. The task of taking the gospel to every village and town in the world seems daunting, but with the reality of urbanization, the spread of technology, and the ever-increasing connectedness of the world, the task comes into clearer focus.

Leadership Development

The task of making disciples of all nations cannot be shouldered by a small group of individuals; new generations of leaders must continually be developed. Bethel desires to support the training of mature, God-fearing men to lead the church in their context. Bethel seeks to focus on training godly leaders in her own body, as well as globally.