Your gift will help further the ministry of Carl and Patsy Green with Global Training Network, as they seek to encourage and equip church planters, pastors and Christian leaders throughout the Majority World.
About Carl & Patsy
Carl and Patsy Green came to GTN from Calvary Fellowship Church in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Carl served as the Senior Pastor of CFC for 25 years and had a front row seat as God was building His church in Downingtown. During their tenure, the church grew from one service to six and from one staff person to 43. They have been involved with 8 church plants in the Philadelphia area and 7 church plants internationally.
Carl graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1982 with a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies and has taken post-graduate studies at Western Seminary. His passion is the church and raising up leaders within the church and has really enjoyed doing this in different regions of the world. Patsy is passionate about discipleship and ladies Bible studies. She is a skilled Bible teacher and enjoys teaching and discipling women on GTN trips.
Patsy and Carl are the proud parents of three grown daughters. Denise works for the Department of State as a Foreign Service Officer and is married to Matt Taylor. After completing two assignments; Equatorial Guinea and Helsinki, Finland they now live in Monterrey, Mexico. Carla is married to Greg Lusby; they reside in Martinez, California working for a medical company in Berkeley. Their passions are in the area of humanitarian relief, music, and administration. They have two sons, Nolan and Blake. Katie is married to Ryan Enns and they live in West Chester, Pennsylvania where Ryan is a pastor at Providence Church and Katie is a school teacher. They have four children, Bennett, Scarlett, Ashlynn and Keagan.
The Greens minister primarily in Africa, Transnistria, and the Middle East where their focus has been on partnering with pastors and church leaders in these hard to reach areas of the world. As they travel, their goals include taking pastors from the States along with them to build mutual partnering relationships with churches in these regions.