WHO WE ARE:
Scatter Global exists to see the hope of Jesus in every industry and every place, as men and women are deeply present, living, working, and loving their neighbors around the world.
We do this primarily in two ways:
1. Inspiring Jesus followers to live out their created purpose in God’s kingdom story.
Find stories of people living this out and unpack the theology behind God’s original intent for our work on the Made For This Page.
2. Connecting Jesus followers with resources to help them bring kingdom life here, there, and everywhere.
Whether you want to move across the world or be more intentional where you’re at, we want to equip you to live your life well. Download our devotional, be challenged by our blog posts, sign up for the IPSAT course, dive into Scatter Coaching, or search for a job on our jobs board – wherever you are, we have a next step for you.
Founded in 2016, Scatter Global was started by a group of Jesus followers with a passion to see Jesus known throughout the world.
The harsh reality is that while 1% of believers have stepped into some form of “full-time ministry,” the 99% of the church remain on the bench. They have not engaged in what has been referred to as “missions” because “missions,” as we know it, has been divorced from our everyday lives – most certainly from our everyday workplaces.
It’s often said that God’s people should go out into the world, but we’re already there! God’s people are already in the world everyday as teachers, software engineers, farmers, athletes, accountants, and hairdressers.
Our vision is to see Jesus represented in every industry and every place, through women and men being deeply present, loving their neighbors and doing good, holy, redemptive work in communities around the world.
Scatter Global affirms the original, God-given role of every believer as an image-bearer and disciple-maker within their places of work and influence. We join with thousands of other global voices, organizations, and churches in affirming that all of life is sacred, and nothing unworthy of God’s restorative purpose.