Year in Review 2022
The ability of Alpha USA to serve the Church continues to grow. This is because of your partnership. We are so grateful to God for your generosity to be able to serve the Church and reach hundreds of thousands of people to help them discover and develop a relationship with Jesus. We hope you enjoy seeing the impact your generosity has made as you read through our 2022 Annual Report.
The Open Generation
Like generations before them, the rising generations—Gen Z and Gen Alpha—are asking important questions about identity, purpose, and belonging. In 2022, the Alpha Youth team took steps to understand and reach teens within both generations. Partnering with the Barna Group and others, we undertook a wide-reaching research project called The Open Generation, which asked what young people thought about Jesus, justice, and the Bible.
Find out more about what we learned from the study and how the Alpha USA Youth team supported those interested in creating conversations with these generations.
Life Transforming Stories
Exceeding Our Goals
In 2022, our goal was to see 6,600 churches run Alpha. For many reasons, we were thrilled to see more than 7,400 churches run Alpha last year! Read of all the ways the Alpha USA team built relationships and resources to support these churches.
Culturally Relevant Content
Alpha exists to serve the whole Church; God’s good news is not obstructed by class, economic status, or ethnicity. Jesus came for every tribe, tongue, and nation, and our desire is to serve and equip the Church by engaging with all denominations, ethnicities, and cultures. With intentionality, we have grown significantly in understanding how to serve and resource diverse churches through contextualized products and trainings.
“Before Alpha, my life was a mess. I used to do prohibited things. I always showed anger toward my family.”
Watch Chandmani’s story of life transformation.