Access participants continued fellowshipping and engaging in biblical relationships throughout the day on Saturday. Attendees enjoyed boat rides on Winona Lake, a disc golf tournament, a historical tour of the area led by Terry White, and time connecting with ministry exhibitors.
Saturday’s dinner was sponsored by Momentum Ministry Partners. After their business meeting that included finance updates and board member nominations, President Jeff Bogue explained their ministry funnel. “If you don’t get a kid in high school, you’ll probably lose them in college,” he said, as he detailed how they are creating pathways to walk alongside teens through junior high, high school, college, and into either vocational ministry or marketplace ministry.
Momentum Ministry Partners’ Worship Travel Team led worship during the evening session, followed by a game of “Stump the Gen-Zer” where emcees asked the group cultural questions from the ‘80s and ‘90s. Jim Brown, lead pastor of Community Grace Church in Goshen, Ind., spoke on the topic of the harvest of biblical relationships with the reminder, “The Commander’s intent is to seek and save the lost.” He ended his talk with a call to commit to getting back on mission. Dozens of people came forward to commit to reorienting their heart, life, ministry, and church back to the mission of Jesus Christ — to seek and save the lost.
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