After a day of reviewing the second draft of the Commitment to Common Identity, delegates to the Charis International Leadership Encounter began Wednesday morning with Bible teaching from Keith Minier, pastor of Grace Fellowship in Pickerington, Ohio, USA. He challenged delegates to run to Jesus.
“There is no king that even compares to Jesus,” he said.
The group spent targeted time in prayer for various countries who are experiencing difficulties, as well.
The next draft of the Commitment to Common Identity was presented and discussed in the three language groups: English, Spanish, and French.
This afternoon, the group will meet to review the third draft of the Commitment to Common Identity and are scheduled to vote on its adoption. Later in the afternoon, various workshops on a variety of topics will be available for delegates.
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