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Unleash a Generation of Women to Become Disciple Makers

This is not an unattainable dream or a lofty calling. We are seeing God move in this generation. If every woman reclaimed the priority of discipleship in their lives, got equipped, and lived it out in their places, we could transform our world.

You are God’s rescue plan for the world, but you don’t have to go at it alone. What IF you could multiply your impact on this generation by empowering women around the world to make disciples too?

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How does your gift help empower women to make disciples?

We're reaching women all over the world.

In the first 7 years of IF:Gathering, our vision and free tools have reached more than 1.2 million women in 120 countries. Over the next 10 years, our goal is to equip 4.3 million women to make disciples.

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Meet these disciple makers

Jacqueline Gomes

Jacqueline Gomes,
Portugal

As a missionary in Portugal, I was looking for ways to gather women in my local village around Bible based studies and videos. IF:Gathering has made it easy to invite women into discipleship.

Emma Dickinson

Emma Dickinson,
Ithaca College

Sometimes people want to feed college girls fluff. And I’m not here for that. The IF event I experienced was hard-core biblical truth, and I was passionate about passing it on.

Dianna Stephens

Dianna Stephens,
Tennessee

I had a toolbox for a lot of things, but I didn’t have the tools for discipleship. I never thought about that being a role I could play in the community. I didn’t think I was that woman.