EMPOWERING FRONTLINE LEADERS TO FULFILL THE GREAT COMMISSION
AN UPDATE FROM GLOBAL ADVANCE
NEXTGEN: RISING UP TO IMPACT THE FUTURE
• In India , our partners are witnessing pockets of revival as the next generation rises: “It is incredible how authentic this is, they are coming to the altar and just laying their burdens down.” • In Cameroon , 60% of the population is under 25. NextGen trainings are targeting a new influx of leaders in need of spiritual unity, discipleship, increased accountability, and a greater commitment to biblical truth. • In Russia , at our NextGen training earlier this year, 420 young leaders committed to growing in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Will you pray for a generation of young people that are radically committed to loving Jesus and changing their world? Our 2019 NextGen Engagement partnerships include 11 training events in six nations, with a projected 5,000 next-generation leaders trained under the leadership of hundreds of pastors. Don’t miss this opportunity to invest in young leaders! We can’t think of a more worthwhile investment when it comes to strengthening the future of the Church.
lobal Advance has served and equipped Great Commission leaders around the world for nearly three decades. Church leaders from almost every continent have told us that engaging the next generation is one of their most difficult challenges. They asked for our help to adequately prepare young people to serve in their communities, their churches, and in the nations as ministers of the gospel. Our book NextGen Rising was birthed from that request and is designed to help pastors bridge the gap and engage with the next generation. We begin each NextGen Engagement event by training pastors through the NextGen Rising manual. Then, we convene vibrant NextGen leaders to help them strengthen their identity, cultivate their influence, and catalyze their impact for God’s Kingdom. As we partner with frontline leaders to implement this training, here is a glimpse of what God is doing around the world: • In Bhutan , our national team drove hours to the Indo- Bhutan border where over 700 rising leaders gathered to receive two days of NextGen training. Representing a new era of ministry, most were first-generation Christians between the ages of 18 and 30. • In Brazil , one young leader shared with us, “The book NextGen Rising has awakened in many churches the need to discuss the topic of leadership.”
“Throughout history, we see how God has brought revival and spiritual awakening to His people. Consistently these movements were most evident among young people.” - Vivek Samuel | NextGen Coordinator, Global Advance
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