About MAC

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The Mission America Coalition (MAC) is an alliance of leaders in evangelism and discipleship who have prayerfully come together to mobilize the Church to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ in deed and word.

Born of the Lausanne Movement, MAC was established in 1995. Since that time, leaders from 81 denominations, over 350 ministries, and dozens of ministry networks have been involved in the Coalition.

The newest initiative of the Coalition, quickly becoming a movement in the Church, is LOVE2020. It’s vision is that EVERY person in America have the opportunity to be authentically loved by at least one committed follower of Jesus Christ within this decade.

There is no coalition in America doing a better job of bringing churches and organizations together for the work of evangelism.

Dr. Lon Allison
Director, Billy Graham Center

We Believe

MAC subscribes to The Lausanne Covenant. This statement of beliefs was developed by participants from 150 countries at the 1974 International Congress for World Evangelization in Lausanne, Switzerland, a congress convened by Billy Graham. Because of its overwhelming acceptance it offered a new base for collaboration within the global Church. The Lausanne Covenant has been adopted as the statement of faith of hundreds of ministries.

Read the Lausanne Covenant

The Team

MAC National Facilitators are spread across the United States and work all over the country, serving Coalition members and the broad Body of Christ. The MAC team brings many decades of serving national, regional and local ministries to the Coalition. Facilitators raise their own personal and ministry support. Meet Our Team

Paul Cedar

Paul Cedar


History of the Coalition

God has given hundreds of Christian leaders a vision to share the love and grace of Jesus Christ with every person in the United States and beyond. MAC has grown out of that vision. Learn more about our unique beginnings within the Lausanne Movement.

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