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.
A driving goal for GACX is fostering connections and collaborations around specific areas related to multiplication.
Short-term mission trips often provide believers a chance to grow their understanding of God’s mission and discover new ways to engage.
Moving GACX’s 2020 Global Forum online created many unique opportunities to connect and involve co-laborers from around the world.
Positive changes and opportunities that have come about during the 2020 pandemic in Asia.
During the 2020 Global Forum, GACX President Bekele Shanko describes how the God-size vision of planting a new, reproducing church for every 1,000 people on the planet came about.
“We thank God for COVID-19,” says Nate Vander Stelt, executive vice president of GACX, “because it has caused GACX to think differently and act differently.”