Welcome to the Full Gospel Global Forum

The FGGF was established in January 2012, during a first Global Leadership Prayer Summit, (GLPS) organised by a small Steering Committee of men from like-minded FGB and BMF organisations around the world, who were led clearly by the Lord to arrange the event. They chose London as a globally central venue.

At this initial gathering of FGB and BMF leaders, representing twenty nations in six key world regions, a unity of Spirit and vision was experienced. A need was recognised for an information network: a Global Forum. The FGGF is a response to a call for FGGF leaders in nations to further fellowship, network, and move forward together in greater unity and harmony, providing mutual encouragement and support in co-ordinating and fulfilling a global God-given Vision as given to Demos Shakarian.

The FGGF does not exercise any spiritual or organisational authority over national ministries. National organisations associated with the FGGF are not linked to any central global oversight focus. The national ministries join in fellowship with leaders who are furthering the same Vision and Mission for the extension of the Kingdom of God, regardless of name or affiliation, while maintaining their respective organisation's identity and integrity.

FGGF news on this website now covers Global Leadership Prayer Summit (GLPS) and associated FGGF events. FGGF nation region and nation events can be found through national website addresses shown under the Links Menu heading.

Details for contact action by national leaders of organisations wishing to enquire about joining the FGGF can be found under the About  us Menu - bottom heading - How to join.

Further reference to the FGGF. its purpose, Vision, participating nations and introduction to the FGGF Steering Group are also given under the next About us website menu heading. 

A main aim of the FGGF is to provide a platform for networking, mutual support, encouragement and co-operation on common projects both nationally and globally.

Closely knit together under the vision: Loosely Associated