Do you know your 2 words?
Are you clear and confident in your calling? Perhaps you’ve never given this question much thought, but discovering how God has “wired” you is key to finding where you can thrive as a disciple-maker. Many people have gone through the Younique process and found their “2 words” to finish this sentence: “I exist to glorify God and serve others by ______________ing _______________.”
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Dream for ’17 Gathering
Empowered Pastors for every parish
Explanation: At its heart, pastoring isn’t a professional occupation, it’s a posture of the heart to care for and disciple the people around you. And people need pastors to help them see where and how God is working in their everyday lives. Where is the neighborhood, network, or need that God has placed on your heart? Have you declared your parish?
1,000 leaders with clear calling and competency to be a life-giving “pastor” in the communities within a ten-mile radius of Grace Snellville.
Grace Group Leader
HOA Board member
Honor the Homeless
Grace Sunday Volunteer
Community Sports Coach
Host Cookouts with Neighbors
Plant a New Grace Church
Intentional Gospel Partners
in every school
Explanation: The words of Psalm 78:6–“so that the next generation might know”–have been foundational to the Grace family since the very beginning, so much so that we have planted each Grace church practically within eye shot of a local school. Where might God be opening a door for you to partner intentionally to reach the students in a nearby school?
Establish at least one fruitful Gospel partnership in every elementary, middle, and high school in Brookwood (currently 7/7 schools), Parkview (6/6), Berkmar (2/8), and South Gwinnett (0/7).
– Good News Club
– Discipleship-group leader
– NG3 (Team Mentors/Chaplains)
– CLC (Release time Bible Education)
House Church leader
Pioneers who prize all peoples, especially Muslims
Explanation: If we don’t know God’s heart for everyone, we will hardly be able to reach anyone. But Scripture is clear: the Good News of Jesus is for everyone. We hope this focus on the nations is not merely part of our mission but also our makeup as our congregation reflects more and more the diversity of our community.
300 Pioneers deployed across the area and the world.
(Kosovo, India, Israel/Palestine, etc.)
Peace of Thread
(Refugee Sewing Non-Profit)
(Refugee Construction Training)
Clarkston Medical Clinics
Kosovo Exchange Students
Serving Undocumented Immigrants
Intertwined Candles (candle-making)
Generation Salaam Apartment Ministry
Move Overseas as a Long-Term Gospel Worker
Lilburn United Multicultural Prayer Events
DREAM FOR ‘17: 750 Members of Grace who are pastoring a parish, partnering to reach the next generation, or pioneering to the nations.