Global Media Outreach

GMO 20 Year of Ministry
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An Unchanged Mission

Since 2004, Global Media Outreach has been committed to a singular mission: leveraging technology to invite all people to know Jesus Christ as Savior and grow in a personal relationship with Him. Take a look at some of our biggest milestones.


Global Media Outreach (GMO) is born with a driving question: “What if we can reach 1 billion people with the Gospel by 2020?” Together with Campus Crusade for Christ International (Cru), the first GMO campaign is launched with the film “The Passion of the Christ,” which leads GMO to build a global website in more than 20 languages.


Language teams are created. Each language team cultivates ad content relevant to their region of the world. They also recruit Online Missionaries who understand the region’s language, culture, and needs.


Online ads explode, proving the power of Gospel advertising on the Internet. GMO creates a secure response system for volunteers to safely communicate with people responding to Gospel presentations.


More than 12 million people visited Global Media Outreach websites. Indicated decisions more than doubled to 2.3 million from the previous year (one every 15 seconds). The GMO map is launched, which shows live results of Gospel impact.


Within five years, GMO shared the Gospel with more than 80 million people across 14 languages, more than 11.5 million people indicated decisions to follow Jesus, and 1.7 million initiated follow-up and discipleship.


More than 14 million indicate decisions for Jesus. Online Missionaries respond to over 1.9 million requests for follow-up.


GMO begins running ads on Facebook, which will revolutionize Gospel outreach while partnering with the American Bible Society to help bring deeper Scripture engagement and spiritual content to new and prodigal believers.


Over 100 million people indicate decisions of salvation through Jesus. GMO launches the Next Steps App for discipleship. GMO partners with Pastor Greg Laurie and Harvest America. The partnership model is used worldwide to increase on-the-ground connections in-country.


A vision becomes a reality. Six years ahead of schedule, GMO presents the Gospel to 1 billion people.

2015, a GMO discipleship website, is translated into nine different languages and 283 million people are reached with a Gospel presentation.


GMO launches a new mentoring program for Online Missionaries, training coaches to help volunteers expand their skills in helping seekers take the next step in their spiritual journey.


GMO hits double the original goal, reaching 2 billion people with the Gospel.


GMO acquires the online ministry Explore God, vastly increasing the amount of Gospel content geared toward younger generations and Americans.


Our Middle East North Africa (MENA) team launches its first online virtual Bible study, offering prayer, Bible studies and discipleship despite possible security risks.


The Gospel is shared more than six times every second.

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