We invite you to partner with us in reaching the nations with the Good News Of Jesus Christ.


When you join our team, you will receive our newsletters and itinerary, as well as any updates.


Please fill out the form below so we can stay connected with you as our partner.

We thank you in advance for being a SENDER, so we can GO!


Good News International is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. 

Contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

You will have the option after you select the PayPal link, to instead pay by Credit or Debit Card if you prefer.


God has called us to stand together! Through partnership we maximize our impact for the Kingdom.

Partnership is much more than being on a mailing list. It's very special to Pastors Jan and Debbie. Why? Because partnership is a covenant — a joining together in faith.


Partnership is the connector that joins those who fund the work of the ministry with the work itself, and it is upheld by the two pillars of prayer and financial support.

Financial Support 

A Partner commits to funding the work of the ministry with gifts, contributions, tithes and offerings. But, as Philippians 4:17 says, “I mention this not because I’m requesting a gift, but so that the fruit of your generosity may bring you an abundant reward. ” (TPT).

Mutual Prayer Support

A Partner commits to pray for the work of the ministry, just as we pray for our Partners every day.

Partnership is not a one-way street, but it’s a mutual connection that offers a two-way exchange:

  • From Partners to GNI flow ... prayer and financial contributions.

  • From GNI to Partners flow ... prayer, shared rewards and anointing.


When individuals, families, businesses, ministries and churches sow both prayer and finances into Good News International, the covenant of partnership and the two-way flow of blessings begin. (See Philippians 1:1-11 TPT)

Isaiah 30:24 NRSV, "For the share of the one who goes down into the battle shall be the same as the share of the one who stays by the baggage; they shall share alike."