For The Nations Week
March 2-11, 2019
Wildwood’s Global Outreach efforts in Latin America and Spain will be on display during this special 10-day conference. In addition to providing an overview of the church’s strategy, members will have a chance to get better acquainted with several of Wildwood’s individual and organizational partners working in and on behalf of this region. Guests include:
- David Robles – President of Berea Seminary in Leon, Spain
- Richard & Yohanna Oliveira – Director of the Word of Life Missionary Institute in Benevides, Brazil
- Zac & Jennifer Malthaner – Church planters with Camino Global in Puebla, Mexico
- Phil & Marianne Chain – Evangelist and director of Mexico Missions
- Chase & Julie Russell – Communication Coordinator for One by One International (focusing on Nicaragua)
- Chris Pratt – Coordinator for Multiethnic Staff with Cru (living in Orlando)
- Kevin & Becca Bradford – Missionaries of Compassion to Every Nation (CTEN), assisting the ministries of Dallas Theological Seminary, PerspectivasBrasil, and Word of Life in Brazil.
Of special note is Wildwood’s new partnership with Compassion International. Members will be provided detailed information about the multi-faceted work of this ministry, and given an opportunity to participate by sponsoring a child in the community of Lake San Francisco, Brazil, where a newly planted church and Compassion project are being initiated with Wildwood’s help.
Highlights of the week
- Saturday, March 2, 6:00 pm – “For the Nations” launch (Worship Center) Childcare is available by RSVP.
- Sunday, March 3, 9:00 am – Donut reception for families with the Outreach Partners (Children’s Building – Downstairs)
- Sunday, March 3, 9:45 and 11:00 – Outreach Partners sharing in Sunday Groups
- Sunday, March 3 – 12:15 – Luncheon with Outreach Partners (RSVP required)
- Throughout the week – Special meetings with Community Groups, etc.
- Friday-Monday, March 8-11 – Tours of the Compassion Experience (various times available)
- Sunday, March 10 – Sponsorship Day with Wildwood’s Compassion Church plant in Brazil