• Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Work

    Bringing hope and help to those who have lost everything

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  • Jesus Festivals

    Proclaiming Christ to the multitudes in open air gospel rallies.

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  • Training Pastors and Leaders

    We believe that if we can impact one pastor, he/she in turn can impact their congregation and community.

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  • Agapetos House Fellowship Ministry

    Agapetos fellowship is our teaching and disciple making ministry in our Indonesian hometown.

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  • Outreach to Unreached People Groups

    There are still many ethnic groups in Asia that have not heard the good news.

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Global Good News Initiative

Welcome to our website

Global Good News Initiative (GGNI) is a Christian missions ministry founded by Canadian-Ethiopian evangelist Gola Tiruneh with a vision to see the Kingdom of God and it’s message of love and peace grow and take hold in our world. We do this by proclaiming and teaching the gospel in outdoor Jesus festivals (crusades) that are geared towards reaching unreached people groups, equipping local Church leaders, ministering to local government leaders and training believers through our seminars and Agapetos fellowship ministry. Currently, we are actively reaching out mainly in the nation of Indonesia. GGNI is a registered charity with Canada Revenue Agency with registration number 824115778RR0001.
‘All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation: that God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting people’s sins against them. And he has committed to us the message of reconciliation.’  – 2 Corinthians 5:18-19

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Events Schedule

5-6 July, 2019

North Sumatra Bible Camp


July 25-27, 2019

Seruyan, Indonesia Jesus Festival & Pastors Seminar


September 2019

Alor, Indonesia Mission Trip


October 2019

Jailolo, Indonesia Jesus Festival & Pastors Seminar


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