Who we are:
- A movement to encourage the planting of new churches for the emerging generation;
- A platform of support and training for new leaders planting new churches;
- A Facilitator of the exchange of experience among disciples, ministries and churches.
What we are not:
- An organizational flag;
- A denomination;
- A governmental structure over the established partners.
In 2000, in the city of Sheffield in England a meeting took place to expose what God has been doing within the new generation and to share what various ministries around the world have been working on.
This meeting was hosted by Dawn Ministry, which is present in 160 countries and which has the aim of prayer, research and training, to stimulate the planting of new churches that can reach all different cultures.
It was a powerful meeting with great testimonies about what is happening in many countries and cultures around the world such as China, Egypt, Germany, Japan, Indonesia, England, France, Brazil and others.
It's obvious that we are living in times of globalization which brings a great opportunity for evangelism, as never before seen in the history of church. God has been doing great and powerful work among the nations. There is a common thirst for spirituality and the humanistic and materialistic values have been crumblin over the last decades.
All these happenings are providing a great opportunity to harvest, as never before seen in human history.
But the new generation need to be understood better so we can use the most appropriate tools to face the huge harvest we have ahead us.
So, a global team appeared with representatives from the following countries: USA, Germany, Czech Republic, Brazil and Indonesia, focusing on the training, gathering and to encouragement of new leaders from all nations to plant new churches that can reach the emerging generation.
Today we are a part of the Brazil 2010 Project, working as part of the coordination team and taking care of emerging generation department.