NOVEMBER 3 – 11, 2018

Join us for a week-long celebration of all that God is doing around the world through Faith Assembly.

This immersive experience will transform the common areas across our Curry Ford Campus into global, multi-sensory environments where people can interact with missions through tasting world foods, listening to diverse languages, moving to cultural rhythms, wearing global clothes, and physically seeing documentation of the worldwide impact the Lord has used GlobalFaith to make.

Throughout the week, you’re invited to enjoy global art displays, engage with our visiting missionary families, and gain a widened global perspective, ultimately leaving you with a greater burden to financially GIVE and physically GO.

Weekend Services | November 3rd & 4th

Saturday at 6pm | Main Sanctuary
Sunday at 9am & 11:15am | Main Sanctuary
  • Missions-Themed Sermon: Kicking off the Missions Convention, our Senior Pastor, Carl Stephens, will be tag-teaming with our Missions Director, Pastor Marcos Gonzalez, to preach a message based on the “For God So Loved” theme.

Global Prayer Night | Monday, November 5th

7pm | Kids Theater 1
  • Prayer and Worship: Pray and worship with us ask we ask God to bless every aspect of 2018 Missions Convention! Come expectant for all God will do in 2019 through GlobalFaith.
  • Guest Tamryn Klintworth: Evangelist Tamryn Klintworth will be sharing a short message and leading a prayer over our GlobalFaith Team Leaders. Tamryn is an evangelist and the founder of In His Name Ministries. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of Johannesburg and resides in Cape Town, South Africa with her husband, André Britz.

Midweek Services | November 7th & 8th

Wednesday | 7pm | Main Sanctuary
  • Global Worship Night:Our midweek service will include a time of corporate worship and prayer in different languages. Flavored with cultural influences, this service will feature a special drama, festive music, and a message with a missions emphasis. Post-service, the Global exhibit in the Atrium will be open up to the public.
Thursday | 7pm | Michigan Street Campus
  • Global Calling Night:This night is for anyone with any inclination of a calling from God to the mission field. On this evening, Evangelist Tamryn Klintworth will be speaking as we focus on the next steps for those who feel God is calling them to the mission field.

Weekend Services | November 10th & 11th

Saturday at 6pm | Main Sanctuary
Sunday at 9am & 11:15am | Main Sanctuary
  • International Parade of Flags: The parade of flags is a display of multicultural diversity that has become an annual tradition to conclude Missions Convention week. It features hundreds of choreographed volunteers carrying colorful flags across the sanctuary, costumed for diverse international representation.
  • Guest Speaker Mikel French: Based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma, together Mikel and his wife Marsha have made World Evangelism their one goal and mission in life. Mikel has a creative and unique fresh anointing coupled with a sound balance of humor which ministers to adults and youth alike. Internationally known preacher and evangelist, Mikel French’s ministry spans all across the globe, having conducted crusades in France, Sweden, Russia, Romania, Poland, Ukraine, Moldova, Serbia, Germany, South Africa, Malawi, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Haiti, Japan, Singapore, India and Thailand.
  • GlobalFaith Gallery: With 14 global destinations on display, gallery exhibits include lifestyle photos that represent country-specific culture and informative write-ups about the missionaries, local statistics, and historical background. Interact with the volunteers stationed at each country to learn more about our 2019 mission trips.
For God So Loved:

This year, we want to go back to the basics and refocus on WHY we do missions in the first place. As Christians, we love because He first loved us.
John 3:16-17 states, “For God so loved the world… that he gave His only Son… He did not send the world to condemn the world but that the world would be saved through Him.”

Because this year’s theme, “For God So Loved,” is such an open-ended phrase, it gives us room to fill in the blank with the names of specific global regions. By targeting different coordinates, we’re pinpointing and personalizing the subject of God’s love, reminding ourselves that no people group, demographic, dialect, destination, or region is ever forgotten to Him.

Apply to Volunteer

Ever heard the phrase, “it takes a village?” We believe that applies to everything we do here at Faith too, especially Missions Convention. In other words, we can’t pull this event off without you! Sign up for one of our teams to be part of something bigger than yourself!
Volunteer Now!

“For God So Loved” Faith Assembly, that He sent us (YOU) to help.

Missions Banquet Team
-Decorators
-Servers

Global Faith Village Team (First Impressions)
-Door Greeters Hosts / Hostesses
-Photo Gallery Attendants

Atrium Design Team
-Builders

Parade of Nations Team
-Flag Bearers
-Parade Costume Distribution

Spread the Word!

Let’s be a church that’s crazy about missions — crazy to give, crazy to go, and crazy to invite as many people as we can to be part of this global movement! Help us multiply our Missions Convention exposure by saturating social media! Download any of these social media graphics already sized for your preferred social platform and copy and paste the following caption ideas. Yes, it’s really THAT EASY!

  • Caption One: This is the year that #FaithGoesGlobal! Join me for Missions Convention on November 3-11 to find out how! More info at faithassembly.org/ForGodSoLoved
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