Curtis Sergeant runs a disciple-making and missions training center called MetaCamp in Dadeville, Alabama. He is also a co-facilitator of the 24:14 coalition, serves on the leadership team for Finishing the Task, and founded the Zúme project. He has years of experience in ministering, training up leaders, and church planting among unreached people groups in China and India through his work with the International Mission Board and other church planting efforts.
This is an amazing story of adaptation and unlikely partners: one partner with years of experience and demonstrated effectiveness, and the other with contemporary methodology and an urgency to change lives.
I ate lunch with native Ugandan friends, fellow Americans studying abroad, and students from throughout Europe and Africa. The value of forming international connections, as I experienced in Uganda, is emphasized by the Missional International Church Network (MICN).