Today, the Christian Church stands at the threshold of an emerging global society. There has been an influx of immigrants in the major cities of the Western world, which has created a new field for mission. The world can be reached with the Gospel in a matter of seconds and fewer dollars, not only because of our modern high-speed communication system, but also because the Arabs, Nigerians, Koreans, Asian-Indians, and people from other nations can be found in our own backyards. While the Christian Church seems unresponsive to the realities of globalization and its immeasurable evangelistic opportunities, companies and government institutions are spending tens of thousands of dollars to train their employees in multicultural skills and knowledge as they face the daunting reality of a global economy. Global Ministry in a Global Society focuses on a new paradigm of multicultural ministry in the era of globalization. It intends to share practical ways of doing ministry in a rapidly globalizing society. It will also share some insights on global ministry and leadership.