Tue, May 16|
The Cry Follow-Up: Calvary Chapel Vista
Whether you could not attend The Cry in person or did and were touched by God, this follow-up time will connect you with the ongoing mission to mobilize prayer and action to see San Diego transformed. Also, learn how you can partner with the Freedom Initiative to reach prisoners locally.
Time & Location
May 16, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Vista, 885 E Vista Way, Vista, CA 92084, USA
About the event
*There are two options for this event. Choose to come to either the Tuesday @ Calvary Vista or Wednesday @ The Flood. Register for which works best for your availability. Register here for the Tuesday event. Register for the Wednesday event with the other event posted.
Do you have a passion to see God's Church in San Diego revived and San Diego transformed with the Gospel of His Kingdom?
Whether you were able to attend The Cry in person or not, this follow-up meeting will connect you with the ongoing efforts to mobilize prayer and action to expand God's Kingdom in San Diego in an effort to start a movement of God.
You will have the opportunity to connect with three efforts:
1. The 714 Initiative:
- Discover how you can mobilize your personal spiritual communities while partnering with others to pray for every area and aspect of San Diego. We will be discussing future prayer meetings and events, mobilizing prayer within our communities, and developing prayer partnerships.
What is The 714 Initiative?
It's an international effort to mobilize the Body of Christ to fast and cover the cities in prayer to stand in the gap against evil and expand His Kingdom. Through this effort, we develop practical partnerships and prayer communications across cities and nations to establish a system for creating prayer movement for San Diego and beyond. Together, we can see movements of God happen both locally and globally.
2. The Freedom Initiative:
-- If you have a heart for prisoners and their communities, learn how you can support the Freedom Initiative locally through prayer, practical support, providing needs, networking, and phone and in-person mentoring.
What is the Freedom Initiative?
It's a comprehensive and holistic effort of reaching prisoners, starting within prison and continuing as they are released, that puts them on the path of making a significant, positive impact in life and their communities. We will design our redemptive process to empower prisoners to make disciples who make disciples, prayerfully resulting in a Disciple Making Movement and a local expression of the Kingdom of God.
3. Disciple Making Communities
-- Learn how everyone can participate in reaching their neighbors, co-workers, and other connections within San Diego through natural relationship that leads to helping others discover God by reading the Bible for themselves. Learn how you can start a small group within your church or community that focuses on how to naturally, relationally, and intentionally helping others fall in love with Jesus in ways that lead to multiplication.
What is a Disciple Making Community?
It's a group of believers who meet regularly to discuss and plan how they are going to engage their communities by addressing needs and issues as well as developing relationships with lost families and communities in order to lead them on a path of discovering God by reading the Bible for themselves. Each meeting consists of activities and tools that develop the skills of Disciple-Making (as seen in Contagious Disciple Making by David and Paul Watson). The core tools are prayer calendar, Discovery Bible Study, and the Conversation Quadrants with the Four Areas of Engagement.