In 2000, the Province de L’Eglise Anglicane au Rwanda, or PEAR (Anglican Church of Rwanda) gathered a group of Anglican churches and Anglican missionary priests for a sustained mission in North America. Aiming to birth mission-oriented churches within the Anglican tradition, and recognizing the failing witness of the Episcopal Church USA, PEAR encouraged bold gospel proclamation and clear-minded exposition of Scripture to both Christians and those not believing in Jesus. In 2008, as the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) was formed and incorporated into the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans through the inaugural GAFCON in Jerusalem, we joined in partnership with the new province in America. Finally, in June of 2016, the Church of Rwanda released its American churches fully into the ACNA Province. While the organization and composition of the mission has shifted through the past fifteen years, our mission in America has remained constant, embracing the reality of a global church whose center has shifted to the Global South. Churches like ours embody this shift: infused by the evangelical spirit of the East African Revival, tangibly connected to the burgeoning global church, for local ministry in the places where our God has called us as his witnesses (1 Peter 1.1-2).