Go where God is leading. Join what God is doing.


God is moving in unbelievable ways around the world, and the Western church has a part to play in the story. But are we in danger of missing out due to an unhealthy approach to global engagement? It’s not that churches aren’t already involved in cross-cultural ministry. It’s that, too often, we bring the wrong mindset to international ministry and move down a dangerous path.

Through case studies, practical experience, and biblical principles, Walk This Way presents a new model for global ministry that honors the work God is doing and mobilizes the American church to greater engagement. Are you ready to walk this way?

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What others are saying:

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Simply put, Paul McGuinness gets it. Walk This Way is a powerful and practical guide for forward-thinking missions leaders who want more than just the theoretical.
Kurt Kandler,  Executive Director, 410 Bridge


Eric Swanson
The world has changed but global missions has stubbornly and most assuredly tried to stay the same. In Walk This Way, Paul McGuinness invites us to walk with him, slashing our way through the underbrush of tried and true methodologies of the past to discover new realities and more effective ways to make disciples in all the nations.”
Eric Swanson,  Missional Leadership Specialist, Leadership Network
Author of To Transform a City


Daniel Rickett
“Walk This Way is a quick and easy read on the indispensable components of partnership in mission. Paul’s insights are born from the hard lessons of experience and a deep desire to help the church wholeheartedly serve Christ.”
Daniel Rickett,  Executive Vice President, She Is Safe

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Meet the Author:


For more than a decade, Paul has led the Global Outreach initiatives of a thriving multi-site church in Northeast Pennsylvania. He has had the opportunity to train church leaders in large and small group settings both in the states and abroad. The ideas found in Walk This Way grew out of Paul’s pastoral experience leading the church at which he serves toward life-changing international partnerships.

Walk This Way.