What We Do

Our Mission Statement

GHI works with compassionate leaders to restore communities through humility, justice, and faith in God.

We serve to:

  1. provide hopeful, efficient administrative support to projects and ministries, and
  2. be a catalyst for racial reconciliation education and coaching.
God reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation. (1) (1)

Restoring the Kingdom

by Launching and Supporting Ministries

GHI serves as a fiscal sponsor for Christian mission projects and missionaries. Through fiscal sponsorship, individuals are able to quickly launch their mission project, without having to go through the formal process of forming a 501c3 while still gaining all the benefits of nonprofit status. In partnership with GHI, we manage the project's administrative tasks (bookkeeping, donation processing, legal filings, webpage, etc) and offer consultation and coaching. This allows project leaders more time to focus on lifting up the communities they desire to serve, and less time devoted to paperwork. You can learn more about fiscal sponsorship by reading our blog, What is a Fiscal Sponsor?


We seek leaders with a vision for restoring the kingdom. GHI recognizes cultural diversity and is passionate about mobilizing leaders who are engaging and selfless, pursuing reconciliation horizontally between people, God, and ideas. Through projects that provide interventions, development, and reconciliation, these leaders and projects seek to:

  • validate the honor and dignity of all creation
  • create environments and activities leading to reconciliation with chaos and dysfunction
  • empower marginalized people to become all that God would have them become

vertical and horizontal

Holistic Gospel

gospel for the poor

Demonstrating Love and Honor

through godly actions and relationships


equipping the next generation

GHI's Mission
Social Justice

a voice for the voiceless

Education and Development

changing the way people think

Restoring Identity and Dignity

valuing and empowering the marginalized


working side-by-side

Empowering leaders to follow their passions

Global Horizons Inc. Initiatives

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Ubuntu Training - Racial Justice and Reconciliation

Global Horizons is committed to racial justice and reconciliation. We offer our Ubuntu Training workshops and guest speakers, locally in Minnesota, to provide knowledge, insights, and a place to create new realizations

GHI Technology is a Global Horizons Inc. partner project.

The Knowledge Box

Our goal is to make technology accessible to areas that lack the resources or infrastructure for internet access and online educational materials. We provide Knowledge Box computing devices to schools, orphanages, churches, and social programs, in developing countries. These devices are easy to use and set up, making them ideal for short-term mission groups looking to make an impact.

News from the GHI Office

COVID-19 Relief Fundraiser for Poverty-Stricken Worldwide – Impact Report

Sep 20, 2020

Dear Supporter, Thank you so much for your generous gift to Global Horizons Inc. during our recent COVID-19 Relief fundraiser of Summer 2020! Your “yes” to supporting the work of our projects has been a concrete blessing to so many of our brothers and sisters who were struggling.  You have made a life-changing impact for…

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GHI Spring 2020 Newsletter

Apr 18, 2020

Helping You Help the World We hope this letter finds you well and experiencing grace amidst the unique season of difficulty that our world is in at this time. As the snow finally disappears here in Minnesota, giving way to green grass and sunshine, we are excited to share with you our Spring 2020 update. Check…

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Featured Project: Adulam – Refuge for 19 children in Mexico

Dec 18, 2019

We are thankful for an amazing year of ministry at Adulam “God never ceases to amaze us with his grace and goodness, and 2019 has been no exception. The children’s home is now a place of refuge to 19 kids during the week. Most of them still go home to families on the weekends, but…

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