A global alliance for church multiplication.

GACX, a global alliance for church multiplication, inspires and facilitates intentional collaboration among churches and missions organizations so that there will be a healthy, multiplying church for everyone.

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GACX Forum 2024 Registration is OPEN! The GACX Forum is the annual gathering of over 115 member organizations from the global alliance for church multiplication specifically focused on church multiplication in every region of the world.

Committed to the vision of a healthy, multiplying,
sustainable church for every 1,000 people on earth

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A healthy, multiplying, and sustainable church for every 1,000 people on earth.


To inspire and facilitate organizational collaboration for church multiplication.


Faith-inspired prayer, unified Christian witness, collaboration across diversity, effective coordination

One vision, many members

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Stories and Resources

Our resources are only a fraction of the thousands of resources available to GACX members as they share with other members in the alliance.

Collaborative Stories

Inspirational stories of GACX members working together.


Videos and webinars from GACX members and Forum speakers.


Find resources on church multiplication, prayer, leadership, and more!


Attend an event near you or online.

GACX Framework
There are 8 billion people alive today; of those, only 2.5 billion claim to follow Jesus. This presents the body of Christ with great opportunities and challenges. The former need to be inspired and mobilized to passionately and effectively engage the latter with the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ.
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Statement of Faith

One healthy, multiplying, and sustainable church for every 1000 people everywhere.

The Triune God of scripture is fundamentally relational and interdependent. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit model relational intimacy characterized by mutual commitment, communication, and cooperation. Each member of the trinity has a distinct role that complements the others. Within their relationship, power and honor are willingly shared.

If God has never worked alone, can we?

Dr. Bruce Wilson


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