Can You Imagine

Who could have imagined?

Hugh McNeal stood there straddling a small stream of water near the Montana-Idaho border August 12, 1805 and raised his voice in thanks to the Lord that he had lived to bestride the mighty Missouri River.
He and the rest of the Lewis and Clark expedition had already seen the strong Missouri powerfully flowing into the Mississippi months before. How dramatic the difference between the beginning and the end of that robust 2,300-mile river!
Who could have imagined such a force of nature had as its source such a small rivulet? Zechariah challenged those who would ridicule small beginnings:

“Who has despised the day of small things?”

Can you in faith imagine this?

A Million Missionary Movement

This is the dream planted by God in the heart of
the Gateway Center for World Mission
to train and release a million missionaries
into waiting fields around the world

You are invited to be part of this bold venture!

By investing a modest sum of $100, along with one thousand other devoted Christians helping to send the gospel throughout the world

You can become a

Gateway Impact Partner
and

Win a Mission Trip*

because you will be automatically entered in our drawing when you become a team member
*Terms and conditions are located here

 

 

 

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Answering the URGENT Call to Equip Disciplers

The GWCM Board met last month for a three day retreat. It was a sweet time of fellowship. But most of all it was a time of recommitting ourselves to the common call on our lives—making disciples of all nations.  More specifically, the call for GCWM was to equip disciplers.

All of us felt a great urgency of the task.  We talked about the reports of revival in many nations; we discussed the prophetic words given of a coming great awakening here and around the world.

With that sense of urgency we addressed the needs of Gateway—so that we might be positioned to be used by the Lord.  In order to be ready, what changes or additions were necessary?

Two great needs were found:  a better website and better funding.

Our website needed to be updated so that resources located there could be accessed around the world.  Website updating also was a building block to increased funding.

The Board left with a passion to get the job done at Gateway so that we could get the BIG JOB done—equipping disciplers to make disciplers.

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