GO MOVEMENT is not a ministry but a collaboration project.
Hundreds of denominations and ministries are working together.
To coordinate global efforts a “Global Leadership Team” was build.
Continental and Sub-Continental Coordinators
Continental Coordinator Asia
African Evangelist Network (Kenya);
Continental Coordinator Africa
Campus pour Christ (Togo);
Coordinator Francophone Africa
Light Africa Children and Youth Ministry (South Africa);
Coordinator SADEC Region (Africa)
Islands Mission (Madagascar);
Coordinator Indian Ocean Islands (Africa)
Grace Church Minneapolis (USA);
Continental Coordinator North America
Rigoberto Vega Alvarado,
Director for Evangelism
Alliance Evangelica Latina (Costa Rica);
Coordinator Latin America
Enfocado en la Gran Comisión (Dominican Republic);
Coordinator Carribean Islands
Vale da Benção (Brasil);
SHINE Europe (Switzerland)
GO Youth Taskforce
Motivating and Helpful Structures for Involved Christians
We all want GO MOVEMENT to involve as many Christians as possible and be implemented in the best way possible. The existing structures of partners in GO MOVEMENT should carry the main weight of the actual implementation. However, some additional structure can help, in case it doesn’t unduly restrict or demotivate the involvement. These additional structures are intended to multiply scope and effectiveness and to inform, involve, equip and empower Christians.
GO MOVEMENT is meant to be more like a movement than an organization. Every church, denomination and ministry can participate in its own way. A “light” and dynamic organizational structure is facilitating a broad participation.
Participating stakeholders like churches, denominations, ministries etc.
Global Advisory Board
Group of well-known and accepted key people that support the vision through endorsing, making connections etc.
Global Leadership Team
Giving direction, provide vision, processes, structure, motivation.
Person: see above
- Project Leadership (Beat Baumann)
- Executive Assistance (various)
- Global Task Forces (see below)
Continental/Regional Advisory Board
Key leaders and influencers promoting GO MOVEMENT, making connections
Facilitators to connect churches and ministries with GO MOVEMENT.
- National Coordinator and Vice Coordinators
- National Work Groups / Teams / Task Forces
- Regional Coordination (geographical regions, cities etc.)
Global Task Forces
The “Global Task Forces” are bringing like minded persons and ministries together to develop a collaborative strategy to achieve the goals of GO MOVEMENT. Each Task Force ideally has a coordinator and a vice coordinator. Most of the meetings are taking place by video conferences. Coordinators have already been assigned to some of the Task Forces and some initial task force meetings have already convened.
Tasks: Mobilizing interconnected prayers, developing a joint prayer strategy for GO MOVEMENT.
Tasks: Mobilizing 100 million believers for personal evangelism through denominations, ministries, national teams, regional coordinators, etc, and training them to share the Gospel.
Tasks: Help plant 1 million churches through a broad partnership of CP ministries and inviting every church to plant a church.
Media and Communication
Tasks: Marketing, public relations, websites, social media, press releases, publications, branding, etc.
Online Equipping Platform & Mass Media Evangelism
Tasks: Providing resources to train in evangelism, discipleship and church planting.
Training 10 million believers online, reaching 250 million people with the Gospel through mass media alone (Online, Radio, TV, Jesus Film etc.).
Scripture Engagement & First Discipleship
Tasks: Creating and providing necessary Scriptures to reach the unengaged/unreached people groups (UUPGs) and provide re¬sources for the first follow-up and discipleship process.
Tasks: Raising funds and other resources.
Research & Reporting
Tasks: Developing and managing systems for gathering, analyzing, and communicating ministry results.
Children (4 - 14)
Tasks: Providing strategies, tools and resources to equip children for evangelism and reach children with the Gospel.
Youth (15 – 25)
Tasks: Providing strategies, tools and resources to equip youth for evangelism and reach youth with the Gospel.
Professionals & Marketplace
Tasks: Providing strategies and mobilization among Christian professionals and business¬people in the marketplace.
Freedom Flash Mob & thefour
Tasks: Music and video production of “Amazing Grace” and providing resources with THEFOUR symbols for joint audibility and visibility. Creating a dance tutorial for the global flash mob. More information at www.freedomflashmob.world.
GO 2020 Events
Tasks: Major GO 2020 events on all continents and thousands of small events globally throughout May 2020. Celebrate, pray and worship together, then spread out in the streets to share about Jesus.
Please send an Email to email@example.com if you would like to be connected to a Global Task Force.
GO MOVEMENT Regional Facilitators
Continental and regional leaders from denominations, ministries and network communicate together to assure that all their national teams can be involved in GO MOVEMENT. And they develop strategies to achieve more with joint forces.
GO MOVEMENT National Teams
Building upon existing National Teams of Global Outreach Day in countries where they are already established and developing teams in new countries. Leaders responsible for evangelism from different denominations and ministries work together in a joint effort to mobilize and train every church and believer. National teams develop focused “Work Groups” for Prayer, Mobilization, Church planting, etc.
National Team Structure
The graphic below shows an exemplary structure of the national GO TEAM. A similar collaborative can be built up in cities, provinces etc.
Building Task Forces with Inspiring Leaders
With “inspiring motivation” it usually proves very helpful to form “operations boards” and/or “task forces” consisting of key leaders from denominations, ministries, etc. which are actively implementing the evangelistic emphasis. We expect those kind of structures will be even more helpful in a one-month-long emphasis.