Global Harvest Ministries
Global Harvest Ministries purpose and mission is to catalyze and strengthen global forces for fulfilling the Great Commission; To serve the New Apostolic Reformation by engaging in whatever apostolic ministries may be necessary to stimulate, equip, encourage, network, and resource its leaders; To train Christian leaders in prayer, spiritual warfare, apostolic and prophetic ministries, signs and wonders, social transformation, and other aspects of practical ministry; To support, encourage, and facilitate the spread and growth of the Christian faith throughout the world; and To support other organizations, projects, and initiatives that are organized and operated for similar purposes when deemed appropriate.
Peter Wagner is the President of the Global Harvest Ministry and Chancellor of the Wagner Leadership Institute. Established in 1998, the Institute equips men and women for leadership positions in churches and translocal ministries.
It is designed especially, but not exclusively, to meet the needs of leaders who have become a part of the New Apostolic reformation. Missions have been a watermark of Peter's career. From 1956 to 1971, he and his wife Doris served as missionaries in Bolivia under the South American Mission and Andes Evangelical Mission (now SIM International).
In 1971, Peter Wagner became a Professor of Church Growth at Fuller Theological Seminary School of World Missions. During his 30-year tenure at Fuller ending in 2001, he had the privilege to teach students from nearly every country in the world.
To advance the role of missions in church growth, Peter Wagner has served on several mission oriented ministries, committees, and organizations. His memberships include: Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization (1974-1989); American Society of Missiology; Society for Scientific Study of Religion; Association of Professors of Mission; Evangelical Missiological Society; American Society for Church Growth (founding president); and the American Lausanne Committee.
For about two decades, Peter Wagner has been associated with several global movements of the Holy Spirit. This exciting journey began back in 1982, when he and John Wimber, founder of the Vineyard Christian Fellowship, co-instructed the course “Signs, Wonders and Church Growth” at Fuller Seminary.
His outspoken advocacy of praying for the sick, spiritual mapping, identificational repentance, the ministry and role of apostles and prophets in the church today, and demonic deliverance have identified Peter as a pioneer in the arena of spiritual warfare. One of his most significant contributions so far has been his relentless effort to promote strategic and effective prayer.
During the decade of the 1990s Wagner assumed a leadership role in what became known as the New Apostolic Reformation. He became the Presiding Apostle of the International Coalition of Apostles (ICA) and also founded a more intimate group for apostolic alignment, Eagles Vision Apostolic Team (EVAT).
In the 2000s, he began to move strongly in promoting the Dominion Mandate for social transformation, adopting the template of the Seven Mountains or the 7-M Mandate for practical implementation.
Peter’s education includes: B.S. Rutgers University (summa cum laude), 1952 M.Div. Fuller Theological Seminary, 1955 Th.M. Princeton Theological Seminary, 1962 M.A. Fuller Seminary School of World Mission (Missiology), 1968 Ph.D. University of Southern California (Social Ethics), 1977 Peter has written over 70 books. Peter and Doris have three adult children, nine grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. The Wagners reside in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Global Harvest Ministries
P.O. Box 63060
Colorado Springs, CO 80962
Phone: (719) 262-9922 Fax: (719) 262-9920
Global Harvest Ministries website is: globalharvest.org