Call2all.Korea – Day 4 Recap

The 25th Congress in Seoul was a very special gathering of Christians from Korea and nations around the world. This final day was about commitments and commissioning – what is God calling each of us to do, and how we will respond. God has clearly moved in this place, and now we must go.

One of the things that makes call2all unique is the focus on action– of not just devising strategies and sharing stories but listening to the Lord and responding. Each attendee was challenged to pray and reflect on how God is calling them to help reach the lost, then mark their commitment across each finish line before this Body and the Lord. We tallied the commitments and celebrated expectantly.

The brothers and sisters in Korea recorded their personal and ministry commitments across five areas– reaching all Unreached, Unengaged People Groups (UUPG’s), translating and distributing the Bible into every language on earth, growing a church presence in all spheres, reaching people with the Gospel, and serving works of Compassion.

The results shown in the graphic are remarkable and show that this body is committed to fulfill through God’s provision. These goals are big and audacious, but we serve a God who is in the business of doing amazing things.

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Commitments made at the 25th Congress in Korea.

The commitment forms are a vehicle to help us stay accountable to the tasks God has put before us. We encourage you to pray about how God is calling you to join the Body of believers in the call2all movement.

Even though this congress has come to a close, the real work kicks off now. People leave with expectation, renewed vision, fervor and hope. As we go back to our mission fields we invite you to join us. There are many ways to stay connected as we join together, from our Facebook page to our Connect Email series that introduces the five finish lines. We’re also building a host of digital tools to help the Great Commission workers take the word of God to the ends of the earth.