A key part of fulfilling the Great Commission is translating the word of God into languages in which it has never been heard. Several of the groups and individuals who are doing just that will be in Kansas City to share their vision.
Engaging the Word Together, sponsored by The Signatry, is scheduled from 7:15 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Nov. 14 at The Grand Hall at 1330 Baltimore Ave. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for an opportunity to connect with speakers and ministries.
According to The Signatry’s website, “By inspiring people to engage in the Bible on a regular basis, this transforms character, identifies calling and sets them on a trajectory of generous giving of time, treasure, testimony and truth. You will hear from leaders living out their calling of solving the world’s issue of engaging in God’s word. From going to the unreached with God’s word to connecting to the local KC church, you will be inspired by the ways many are tackling this issue. Walk away with inspiration and guidance to take action on the cause to which God may be calling you. When you sign your name to the causes of Christ, eternity changes.”
Featured speakers and ministries include:
- Every Tribe, Every Nation (Mart Green)
- Wycliffe (Dr. John Chesnut)
- The Sending Project (Kent Hirschelman and Dana Fay)
- The Story & Believe (Randy Frazee)
- Mainstream Bible Outreach Society (Mark Smith)
- American Bible Society (Dr. Nicole Martin)
- Faith Comes By Hearing (Joey Knight)
- unfoldingWord (David Reeves)
- Lutheran Bible Translators (David Snyder)
The Signatry is a global Christian foundation established in 2000. It equips donors, advisors, and ministries to fulfill their unique roles in expanding Kingdom impact. Since its founding, The Signatry has facilitated sending more than $2 billion to ministries and organizations throughout the globe.
Individual tickets, which include light appetizers and desserts, are $20. For more information visit www.thesignatry.com/kcengage.
– Alan Goforth | Metro Voice