global Partners

Peter Kupisz

Thank you so much for supporting the ministry of Worldview Summit. Your partnership makes this whole endeavour possible.

The information and forms on this page are for those partners who live throughout the world. Worldview Summit works in partnership with an organization called Friends of The Great Commission (FGC) which is based in the USA and processes our donations.

If you are Canadian, American or Korean and would like a tax receipt, please use the respective donation page for your country: Canada, America, Korea. (Unfortunately we cannot provide tax receipts for other parts of the world at this time.)

If you have any questions: FAQ – Global Partners
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If you would like to send an international wire transfer, please inform us by emailing: We will send you the relevant bank information.

Peter does a lot of travelling; if you would like to donate your frequent flyer miles, please contact us at

This form will be processed by FGC but if you have any trouble with it, or you would simply like to use their website directly, you can do so here: FGC – Worldview Summit.

Note that FGC may send you an American tax receipt but you can disregard this given that you are not paying taxes to the American government.


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Frequently asked questions

FGC is a Christian organization that is registered with the United States government as a tax-exempt charity. It helps other organizations to advance God’s kingdom by providing them with a means of processing donations. Along with its Canadian parent organization (The Great Commission Foundation) FGC helps hundreds of organizations including DAILY HOPE devotional & broadcast by Pastor Rick Warren, International House of Prayer, Wycliffe Associates, and many more. Each of these organizations is required to provide regular reports to FGC but they also receive a high degree of autonomy in their operations.

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FGC is a respected organization that has served many individuals and organizations since its founding in 2002. It requires a healthy level of accountability while providing a high degree of autonomy. The services they provide include processing donations, issuing paychecks, reimbursing expenses, and more. They receive a full audit every year by Archer Halliday, P.S. in Bellingham, WA. These audits are available upon request.

The forms and services that FGC provides are simply a convenient way to process credit card donations from around the world.

If you are donating a relatively large sum of money (i.e. more than $1000), it can be better to use a wire transfer. This allows Worldview Summit to save the 7% processing fee which FGC requires on all credit card donations. However it is up to you which method you use.

Unfortunately there is no way to issue you a tax receipt at this time.

Worldview Summit provides quarterly reports to Friends of The Great Commission (and their Canadian counterpart, The Great Commission Foundation). There is also an advisory board that checks the global activity and finances of Worldview Summit.

The board consists of three people: Jim Gordon, Scott Stein and Scott Campbell.


Jim Gordon is the senior pastor of Elora Road Christian Fellowship (ERCF) which is located just north of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Peter Kupisz started attending ERCF in 2016 and came to know Pastor Jim in this capacity. Pastor Jim’s exemplary leadership of ERCF, as well as his experience in starting and developing a ministry called The Intimate Couple, formed a natural basis on which to invite him onto the advisory board.


After serving as a pastor for eleven years in the London, Ontario region, Scott Stein was lead by God to focus his attention on addressing the alarming rate of faith attrition among Christian young people. Convinced that spiritual transformation come through the renewing of our minds, (Romans 12:2) in 2013 Scott founded Prepared to Answer, a Christian apologetics and worldview ministry whose mission is to “teach a new generation to think like Jesus.”  His ministry models the type of integrity, commitment and passion which Worldview Summit seeks to emulate.   


Scott Campbell is a Chartered Professional Accountant who lives in Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada. He first met Peter Kupisz at a Ravi Zacharias International Ministries summer school in Toronto around 2015. His love for God, knowledge of apologetics, and experience in accounting make him a valuable contribution to the advisory board.

If you have any more questions, or would like to contact members of the advisory board, you can let us know at

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