Glory To The Nations
Who We Are
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Glory To The Nations is an international movement. Our focus has been in the nations abroad for many years and God has used us to lead revivals in South Africa, India, Malaysia, Norway, and Mexico. This is still at the heart of our ministry, but God has changed our direction in this season and we are now concentrating our efforts on the greatest of all nations, the United States of America.
GTTN has always had a home base in southern New Jersey, a place we call the Glory Barn.
This is not your typical church, it is different and it is special. It is located on a private property and you will travel down a short dirt road to get here. Services are held in a converted out building - literally a barn. There is no religion here, we say 'come as you are' and mean it. You will be welcomed and will soon come to find out why everyone says "I feel at home here".
What you see is what you get here - we don't have everything, but we know that "church" has nothing to do with big buildings and big egos. You are the church. This is a place for people who are tired of the games and want real change in their lives--A New Life as promised by God.
Those who come here with an open heart and an open mind will be changed by the power of God.
This ministry is a labor of love for us, not a career choice.
What Members SayAdd your voice
ShellyThis fellowship is awesome! I have never been to a church where the pastor brings the scripture to light in such a simple manner yet makes a very deep personal impact. The only downside is you really have to be in a place where you are seriously ready for a change. When you begin to accept the truth and agree with it, then and only then will your life begin to change. The people are very welcoming. Also the pastor is not about numbers his true desire is to see you healed delivered and set free.
JimmyMy parents are the ones who talked me into coming to this church. My dad was invited by a friend and member of the community to play for the Glory To The Nations softball team. I am happy they got me to go. When I walked through the doors I could feel the presence of God in this small, refurbished barn. I haven't looked back yet and I don't plan on it. The pastors and the people just make you feel so welcome and happy. You can see that God is using this church for great things. I would recommend Glory To The Nations for everyone.