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Global disciplemaking impact

Become a Partner

Make a global impact through leadership development + disciplemaking with Concentric. A Circle Partner commits to actively support the mission through prayer and ongoing financial investments each month. 

As a Circle Partner, your investment will help leaders be equipped around the world to build disciple-making movements. We’ll keep you up to date with our progress and prayer requests.

Click below to start your online giving today! 

Invest in mission critical momentum building areas that help move Concentric’s ministry into new countries and/or provide training, coaching & mentoring for larger gatherings that are catalytic in leader multiplication.

Catalytic Partners are partners who make significant investments to help us continue to build emerging leaders and ministries trained in the life and ministry of Christ.

Connect with President Mike Harder today for further information.

Make a one-time gift.

Concentric is grateful for donations of any amount. Every gift is an opportunity to invest in ministries and people groups throughout the world. Gifts and donations are tax-deductible.

Stories of Impact

“It wasn´t until I began to study the life of Jesus chronologically that everything suddenly clicked and I began to know Jesus palpably. It changed my life. In a short time the girls I started discipling started discipling others and I saw firsthand that Jesus´ ancient strategy works in Latin America today.”

MildredCosta Rica

“I grew up as a Hindu in extreme poverty in Mumbai. As a young person I heard the Gospel and responded – and today I help lead a church planting network with over 100+ churches. I’m passionate about training pastors throughout 13 different states here in India.”


“Studying the life of Christ has helped me in living His priorities. I have been more fruitful in winning people to Christ through developing relationships with them by inviting them to watch my life, it has also helped me in modeling His priority a key element in how I disciple.”