Conference brings innovation and hope together

By October 23, 2009

USA (MNN) — In fulfilling the Great Commission, one
organization can only do so much. In
light of the vision of evangelist Luis Palau to raise up the next generation of
evangelists, the Next Generation Alliance (NGA) formed.

Since its inception in 1998, more than 17 million people
have been reached with the Good News, and more than 792,000 have made
documented public commitments to Jesus Christ through the work of NGA.

This is a network aimed at helping believers work together in
order to multiply the impact of the Good News. Today, there are more than 200
evangelists and ministries involved with NGA.

Dozens of evangelists have partnered with NGA to receive
training and resource assistance, while many more are working with NGA staff to
extend the impact of city-wide, region-wide, and even nation-wide outreach
efforts throughout the world.

Part of that will be addressed at the upcoming "Innovative
Evangelism Conference 2009: Proclaiming Christ as One." From November 10-13,  evangelists will gather together in Jantzen
Beach, Oregon, to learn how to embrace new methods and engage in new networks of
support and collaboration. It'll provide opportunities to explore the latest
ideas in evangelism alongside a great group of people who are passionate about
the Good News of Jesus Christ.

More conference details are available here, or you can register
by clicking here.



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