CompassionLink is made up of five ministry teams:
Community Health Evangelism
Pastoral Care International
Community Health Evangelism is a Christ-centered approach to health and development that has been implemented in more than 30 countries. AGWM recognizes it as an effective strategy for church growth and improving the health of communities.
HealthCare Ministries is known as the international health outreach of AGWM, sending teams of volunteer medical personnel on short-term assignments. Depending on the need in the destination community, the team will provide one-on-one patient-provider interaction, prevention education, health education seminars, and doctor-to-doctor medical seminars.
HisAbility International focuses on ministry to persons with disabilities. Its aim is to raise awareness in churches worldwide of the abilities and needs of the locally disabled and offering tools and training to engage with and minister to them.
Pastoral Care International focuses on counseling, training and prevention for the emotional issues faced by church and community leaders and other survivors of natural and man-made disasters. Seminars are designed around the need of the church or community, focused on topics like grief recovery, PTSD, abuse, depression, conflict, self-esteem, marriage and family, and burnout. The seminars are also designed to be catalysts for outreach and evangelism within an affected community.
Sustain Hope seeks to improve lives through community-initiated, sustainable solotions that utilize local resources in areas of agriculture, water, sanitation, and alternative fuels, using a Christ-centered, best-practice approach. The Sustain Hope team provides on-field consultations and training in all of these areas.