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Our history began with the name Calvary International. Calvary International became a 501(c)(3) religious non-profit organization serving as a missionary training and sending agency. Calvary International has mobilized hundreds of missionaries throughout the nations. By bringing hope to this hurting world, igniting the fires of evangelism, and training leaders to change nations, we are moving closer to finishing the task of fulfilling the Great Commission in this generation.

Founded by Daniel and Sharon Williams and incorporated in 1981, Calvary International has grown and developed into having a significant role in missions mobilization in over 100 nations around the world. The mission efforts that began in Costa Rica, spread quickly to Mexico, Côte d'Ivoire, Nigeria, and the Philippines. More than 10,000 nationals were trained in Calvary Bible Schools within the first 10 years. 

With the expansion into the former Soviet Union in the 1990s, Calvary International saw over 1 million documented salvations, over 1,000 churches planted, and 153,000 Christians trained for ministry. At the same time, national missionaries in South East Asia and Africa were being trained and sent out to reach unreached people groups. The story was growing - person by person and nation by nation.  

Over the years, Calvary International expanded its ministry from Bible schools and church planting to include orphan and elderly care, street evangelism, feeding programs, community transformation projects, discipleship and leadership development programs, and so much more. To better identify with our mission and global focus, Calvary International was rebranded in 2009 to Go To Nations. The name Go To Nations more clearly communicates who we are, and what we do; GO TO NATIONS with the gospel until every tribe, every tongue, and every nation has heard.

To understand the fullness of our story, please watch the video: Story of 100.