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​​A partnership, as defined by Partners Global Network, is when churches, businesses, organizations and individuals are brought together in long-term relationship with a church, denomination, or training organization in Eastern Europe or Central Asia. PGN facilitates a development process which outlines the goals, objectives, and projected contributions of each partner, including intended outcomes.  A communication strategy is developed, including how to measure progress in the partnership.

Our Partners

Divita Gratiae University​

Partners Global Network has entered into a partnership agreement with Divitia Gratiae University in Chisinau, Moldova (UDG).  UDG is the successor to the College of Theology and Education in Moldova. This institution is preparing Christian men and women, from the Republic of Moldova and other countries of Europe and Central Asia, to serve evangelical churches. UDG is a theological institution making a major impact in theological, social, transcultural mission and business spheres.​​

Russian Ministries

Discussions are now underway with Russian Ministries, and the School Without Walls, to form a partnership to assist in reaching the youth of Eastern and Central Europe. Today, over three thousand youth are being trained with the tools to reach and disciple their peers.

Church Partners 

We are forming a new partnership with Pastor Alexander Belev, son of Ivan Belev, that will further the work to train pastors and plant churches throughout Moldova. These new pastors are the next generation Christian leaders, who are planting churches and changing the spiritual landscape of Eastern and Central Europe.


There are dozens of individual partners who daily pray and encourage our partners in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.  These partners make up our Partner 2 Partner program that is the "lifeline"  of support for new leaders and missionaries partners going into communities of greatest need.