This is definitely not for you

By iGo Global Staff · September 13, 2016

No, really. You. This is not your deal, sister. You are not ready for it and you couldn’t do it even if you were. In fact, it is probably safe to say that God didn’t even call you to this in the first place, bro. Seriously, why would He call you? What do you even have to offer? So you’re still reading? Nice. This probably felt a little like the old reverse psychology tricks from your parents. You know the ones: “Don’t you dare smile for this picture!” Or maybe, “You’re right. School is a waste of time. I think…

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By iGo Global Staff · February 12, 2016

The Best Kept Secret at iGo You won’t find it spelled out in our mission statement. We haven’t turned it into a fancy video. We’ve chosen not to put it on a billboard on I-35. In many ways, it seems like some kind of secret. But leadership development is a huge part of what iGo does. It is woven through the fabric of our training, our mobilization, our systems, our strategies. In some ways, leadership development could be viewed as simply a by-product of our mission. But that view overlooks the intentionality behind it. I call it the best kept…

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An iGo M Partner Gives Thanks

By iGo Global Staff · November 23, 2015

We are kicking off a week of thankfulness by thinking about the amazing M partners that we get to serve alongside at iGo. These men and women and their families are simply the best. The. Best. And we couldn’t be more thankful for their partnership and willingness to allow students to share in their work. We could go on and on, and at some point we probably should. But every now and then, our M’s turn those tables on us and share thoughts with us about iGo from their perspective. We received this email of thanks last week and thought…

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The Official Holiday of iGosia

By iGo Global Staff · October 29, 2015

Fact: iGosians love a good holiday. Fiction: iGosian Airlines employees treat every day like a holiday. (No really, it’s fiction. It only seems like it is true.) Fact: iGosians also love mascots. Fiction: All iGosia mascots eat cucumbers and tomatoes. (The octopus can’t do it. #textureissues) Put these two facts together and you have yourself a one-of-a-kind celebration. The good people of iGosia would like to invite you to join us as we celebrate our national holiday, The Day of the Mascot. Every year, on November 1, iGosians unite in order to show their support for the country that has…

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Ninety-six3: The Tribe Gives Back

By iGo Global Staff · October 27, 2015

“One generation shall commend your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts. On the glorious splendor of your majesty, and on your wondrous works, I will meditate. They shall speak of the might of your awesome deeds, and I will declare your greatness. They shall pour forth the fame of your abundant goodness and shall sing aloud of your righteousness.” –Psalm 145:4-7  The passage above shows a common theme throughout Scripture. One generation tells the next generation about God. Generation after generation passes the amazing story of God to the next generation to come. It is a beautiful…

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SHARE your favorite iGosian memory

By iGo Global Staff · October 20, 2015

Let me say this right from the start so there is no confusion. This blog post is meant to be a 2-way conversation. At the bottom of this post, you will find a comment button. This conversation needs your voice. Be ready to share. Ok, you may now proceed. You have been notified. What we are asking you to do (and we will keep asking) is to SHARE. Share your favorite memory or moment from your time in iGosia. There are 15 years of training and mobilizing in the books here at iGo, which means that the memories and moments…

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The Hope of the World Hits Home

By iGo Global Staff · August 18, 2015

One of our core values at iGo is Hope of the World. It is the biblical doctrine that God is bringing His message of hope to the world through the local church. That is the plan. The only plan. We don’t just teach that as a value. As a staff, we try to live it, embrace it, and model it as well. Some iGo staff are elders, some are married to elders, some are married to church staff members, and everyone serves in some capacity at their home church. But this core value is getting a lot more up-close and…

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Frontline Friday: iGo all over the world

By iGo Global Staff · July 24, 2015

What a week this has been at iGo Global. Our Texas Super Summer Global and Louisiana Geaux Students teams visited iGosia, were trained at Base Camp, and flew out Monday to Madrid to make Him famous. They are doing an amazing job of engaging the Ancient Work alongside the M’s and our wonderful JSIs (overseas interns). Here is a just a small sample of daily updates from one of the trek groups on this team: H.W. Weatherford The Father has done unreal things here and I can’t wait until tomorrow! B.V. Groesbeck So blessed to see Father honor and bless…

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Frontline Friday: God Opens Doors

By iGo Global Staff · July 17, 2015

This past week has been one to remember for sure. Last week we branched off into different sites that we had been to only one or two times since we’ve been here. My team went to a site I had been to before, but I didn’t care for it much. I asked Father to break down my own barriers and show me how he was at work there. After PR walking for a few hours, we began to try to find a place for dinner. This was a difficult task because literally every restaurant in the area was closed due…

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Frontline Friday: Camels, taxis, and Gospel Conversations

By iGo Global Staff · July 10, 2015

I can’t believe that we are halfway through. The last few weeks have seemed to really fly by. When first getting here I was excited to step into the work and see how Father had been working. Now that I am involved I am completely in awe and humbled. Amazing things are happening here and He is working. I am also really enjoying the culture. I have ridden a camel, had plenty of hot tea and coffee, taken many taxis, slept in the desert, and overall had a really great time. People here are so enthralled in their culture that…

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