First, thank you for visiting our website. We think that we offer unique opportunities for ministry, and we are glad to be able to share these with you. Whether Adventive Cross Cultural Initiatives (ACCI) is at the beginning or at the very end of your search, whether you choose to serve with us or some other agency or denomination, we count it a privilege to be a part of helping you find the will of God for your life. Whether you are considering lifetime or short term assignments in cross-cultural service, we believe God has a uniquely suited place for you to serve and make a difference for the Kingdom.
As you browse our website, you will find that ACCI members are involved in a wide variety of ministry opportunities. This is because ACCI is all about supporting the vision of its members. If you already have a clear sense of what God has called you to do, and where He has called you to do it, then ACCI can help you establish your ministry and support you administratively and spiritually throughout your journey. If you are just beginning to explore how God will be using you, we can provide a network of people and opportunities as you seek His direction.
At ACCI, we believe God uses all of His servants to establish His kingdom. We work with many other organizations, in official and unofficial ways. We recognize that there are many good equipping ministries, training centers, agencies, and denominations. Our purpose is to help you become involved in missions—whether God calls you to ACCI or to another organization.
You will find that ACCI is a unique kind of sending organization. We invite you to continue reading to gain more information about us. We pray that you will continue to see God’s direction as you seek to serve Jesus. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us. Should the Lord direct you to serve with ACCI I will count it a great privilege to help you fulfill all that you are called to do and be.
“For we do not preach ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus’ sake.”
2 Corinthians 4:5