Mission representatives from Grace Brethren districts around the U.S. are gathered in Orlando, Fla., to learn more about Go2 Ministries Circles of Grace initiative and to pray for the development of new Grace Brethren congregations in the United States.
“We’re hoping everyone leaves energized and excited about Circles of Grace and the opportunity the project presents to allow for concerted, focused prayer on the entire country,” said Jim Snavely, national church-planting director for Go2 Ministries.
Tim Boal, executive director of Go2, noted, “It’s Go2’s desire to see each participant become an advocate of this vital project within his or her own sphere of influence.”
The Summit began with dinner this evening and continues tomorrow as the participants review the 1,765 Circles of Grace and prayerfully consider how they and the churches in the region they represent may be involved.
Go2 Ministries is dedicated to the establishment of new churches in the United States of America. It hopes to start 5,000 new churches, see 500,000 new believers, and serve 50 million Americans by 2020.