Haggai International provides a unique opportunity to invest in global evangelism thereby investing into returns that last for eternity. Each alumni trained by Haggai International is committed to train 100 others. By investing in the training of one leader (costs A$ 15,000) you multiply the impact at least a 100 fold.
All donations to Haggai International go into training as administrative costs of running the programs are borne by the international board of directors. You can either give smaller amounts regularly or give us a one-time gift using the option below or by calling us.
Haggai International training programs are never possible without the sacrificial contributions of dozens of our volunteers. These men and women exercise their faith through their commendable service to the participants who come to train at our training center in Maui. Volunteers from Australia have served over the years.
Volunteering is based on current vacancies at the Mid Pacific center and the number of training programs undertaken in a year. Volunteering commitments range from 3 to 6 months and can be extended based on the projected need.
Since 1969, Haggai International has transformed the lives of over 107,000 marketplace leaders in over 188 countries to reach their own people. Our alumni include businessmen and women, administrators, government officials, educators, engineers, doctors, lawyers and clergy who are effectively involved in evangelism.
If you have a burden for an unevangelised country and keen to be involved with us, you can pray for us as a church or as individuals. We rely on the prayers of christians all over the world for our strength and breathroughs.
Ways to Get Involved
Haggai International is a donor and volunteer supported ministry. All your donations go exclusively into training as our administrative costs are under-written by the international board of directors. Subject to vacancies and eligibility, you can also volunteer in our Mid-Pacific training centre in Maui. Or you can make a commitment to pray for us individually or as a church.