Momentum- First Harvest Cycle begins in January with Intercessory Prayer!

Two Harvest Cycles per year for five years- that’s the basic concept behind “Building Soul Winning Momentum in the Northwest.” What does a Harvest Cycle look like in your church or school? It all begins with prayer and is based on a serious commitment to the Gospel Commission (Matthew 28:18-20). Here’s what’s recommended—

Dates- 2007 Church or School Activity Who Might Lead Out
January 6-12 Week of Fasting & Prayer 1st Elder (or Academy Bible Teacher/Chaplain)
January- March Small Groups Church members (or students) find a partner and begin a small group ministry or Bible study to meet the needs of their non-member friends, relatives. neighbors and co-workers Personal Ministries Leader and/or Sabbath School Leader (or Academy SA, Class & Club Leaders)
March and/or April Local Reaping Meetings– 12-15 nights of reaping meetings Team of Seven (Lay Preacher or Pastor, Assistant Leader, Secretary-Treasurer, Deacon, Deaconess, Two Children’s Ministry Leaders)
April 21-28* Satellite Reaping Meetings– 8 nights broadcast from one of the Ten Largest Cities in the Northwest Pastor or Lay Leader
May-June Friendship Triads– Two members team up with each new member to reach out to their friends and relatives Deacon and Deaconess (or Academy SA, Class & Club Leaders)
July 7-14 Week of Fasting & Prayer to begin the next Harvest Cycle 1st Elder (or Academy Bible Teacher/Chaplain)

* One week earlier at uplink site

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Happily married and father of three great kids. Seventh-day Adventist pastor who invites everyone to accept Jesus as their Savior and Lord, embrace all the teachings of the Bible and join a vibrant Adventist group.
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