Girls’ Brigade International seeks to equip and disciples it’s leaders across the world by providing resources that enable leaders to make a positive impact as they work with girls and young women all around the world, whether that’s by providing programme resources or resources that provide spiritual support for our leaders.
2024 Theme: Rise in Strength… make Disciples
These resources are designed to help Girls’ Brigade members worldwide, make a positive impact as they work with girls and young women all around the world as together we explore our theme and see our amazing vision unfold.
Our 2024 resources are now live. This year we have three resources: The Make Disciples activity resource, Go Green in 2024 and a Make Disciples spiritual resource.
These resources are designed to help Girls’ Brigade members worldwide make a positive impact as they work with girls and young women all around the world, as together we explore our theme and see our amazing vision unfold.
Take some time out for yourself to reflect on GB’s theme for the year.
These reflections are written by members of the International Presidents Committee and friends of Girls’ Brigade International. Provided on a regular basis, they are designed to help those connected to Girls’ Brigade explore our chosen theme.
Spotlight Country Profiles
We have so much in common around the world and yet each of us is a little bit different. In our Spotlight Fact Sheets we are taking a look at the way GB works in different countries around the world.
Launched on UN’s International Day of the Girl on Tuesday 11 October 2016, the #iamgb (I am Girls’ Brigade) video harnesses the transformational impact of Girls’ Brigade across the world.
Stories of Transformation
To celebrate our 125th anniversary, we collected written testimonies of the work that God has done in the lives of Girls’ Brigade members and leaders. Often, these women have been involved in the organisation for decades.
Creating this resource was another way for us to celebrate what God is doing now, take a step back and look at how far we’ve come, and imagine what might be possible in the next 125 years of the organisation.