Deliver Your News to the World

St. Louis Entrepreneur Launches Turn-Key Internet Services Business for Church Organizations


St. Louis, MO. St. Louis Entrepreneur and former boxing manager Steve Conley launched Global Service Partners, a turn-key Internet Services business aimed at providing a for-profit arm to medium to large church groups and similar organizations.

The business model includes services such as website development, training that makes new website owners more savvy in its uses, office phone lines, cell phones, Internet radio access and programming, and time-share resorts around the globe. Conley’s team of experts provide training, data management, and other support for Global Partners, making the business acquisition and management process easy for its partners. “The return on a relatively small investment is profound within a very short time frame”, says Conley, a sentiment shared by others who have enthusiastically embraced the model.

“Black churches are taking a lead role in rebuilding Black communities; who else is stepping up to the plate?” asks Conley. He points to a recent article in Black Enterprise magazine that devoted over 4 pages to this emerging topic, and cites a quote from Bishop T.D. Jakes : “Economically empowering minorities is a critical part of my mission,” according to the article. This sentiment was echoed in Conley’s recent conversation with Martin Matthews of the renowned Matthews-Dickey Boy’s Club in St. Louis, who is challenging Conley to get churches involved in a business solution for training youth.

“Pastors are natural entrepreneurs,” says Conley. “The question is not really do they want to build wealth. It is more how can they do it starting from where they are right now, and not run afoul of the church’s not-for-profit status.” Conley points to those cited in the BE article who are doing it (Bishops T.D. Jakes and Eddie Long and Pastors Anthony G. Maclin and Kirbyon Caldwell), and talks about the hundreds if not thousands who are quietly doing the same thing. “The process is already in place to do this the right way, Conley goes on to say. “For some time we have been working in this area to help bridge the digital divide, helping Pastors develop funding necessary for community-building projects and private enterprise, and creating jobs for our people in the process. Global Partners evolved as an effective and efficient way to help Pastors achieve their dreams the right way, including showing our clients how to build firewalls between for-profit and not-for-profit enterprises – separate staffs, different accounting systems, and different financial institutions.”

Conley and his team recently launched a Youth Entrepreneur Training program, and is currently involved in a 9-week teleseminar class bringing over $25,000 in services and support to 10 teen scholarship winners throughout the Midwest. The group also operates Global Renaissance Media Network, an Internet radio portal, and has been involved in time share vacations for over 12 years.

Global Partners is an arm of We Care Worldwide, Inc., an entrepreneurial-minded, multifaceted organization dedicated to doing well, while doing good in the communities it serves. Its primary focus is website design and management and sponsorship acquisition, with over forty years of combined experience in these endeavors.

For more information, you can visit their website at, or contact them directly by email at:


This news content may be integrated into any legitimate news gathering and publishing effort. Linking is permitted.

News Release Distribution and Press Release Distribution Services Provided by WebWire.