(Ecuador CNSAM). From January 21 to 24, in the city of Quito, Ecuador, Extreme Nazarene Missions held its second annual leadership summit.
Representatives of Extreme from all places where Extreme is working were present. In total, 22 leaders participated in the activities.
The purpose of the Summit was to encourage, inspire, and equip all of the participants, with the objective of developing the current and future leadership of Extreme, challenging them to expand the Kingdom of God and save lost souls. The time was used to worship our Creator for the miracles that He has done in all areas.
Larry Fisher, with years of experience in the area of human resources, guided the group in activities to identify the core values of the organization, and Pastor Jorge Andres Marin from Cali, Colombia, shared about discipleship.
Unity was present in prayer for one another, creating an atmosphere of trust to strengthen the ministry that God has given each person. Leaders also shared about new works that were completed through the hard work of the team. Without a doubt, the Summit was a very beneficial time that allowed the leadership to have a clear and challenging vision for the future, without sacrificing the present; that is a very fundamental part of obtaining victory in Christ.
The culminating event was a celebration party in the South American Theological Seminary with the entire Extreme family.
Extreme Nazarene Missions has planted more than 80 churches in South America and has mobilized hundreds of people into short- and long-term works.
Source: Nancy Ojeda.
Translation: Michael Wheatley.