The GO Movement is gearing up for a decade of evangelism that will span from 2023 to 2033, with the aim of reaching millions with the gospel.
The movement, which is an international network of churches, ministries and organizations, has already seen tremendous success in its past efforts to share the message of Jesus Christ with the world.
In 2022 alone, more than 46 million people found faith in Jesus Christ through the GO Movement. This success is due in part to the collaborative effort of different Christian organizations, including the World Evangelical Alliance, the Baptist World Alliance, Campus Crusades for Christ and many others.
The movement is set to launch on Pentecost weekend 2023, with the aim of reaching the whole world with the gospel by 2033.
The decade of evangelism will involve a series of evangelistic outreaches in over 150 countries, from remote African villages to major cities in Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America and closed nations where preaching the gospel is against the law. Even war zones in Ukraine will be included.
“The Islamic influence from the north (Africa) is great,” said Bishop Stephen Mutua, Continental Leader for GO Movement Africa. “At the same time, millions of people found Jesus during the GO Month.” Mutua was one of several key leaders who met in Switzerland in January to plan to reach everyone worldwide from 2023 to 2033 with the gospel. This ambitious goal is possible thanks to the dedication and commitment of over 120 million believers who are committed to sharing their faith.
GO Day is on Saturday, May 27th, and will include believers sharing their faith with at least one person.
Pentecost Sunday is the next day, May 28, in which churches commit their Sunday Service to pray for a decade to reach every person with the Gospel by 2033.
The year 2033 is not coincidentally the 2000th anniversary of the death and Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth.
To join this movement, visit the GO Decade website at www.godecade.world. The GO Movement has already shown its power to change lives, and the next decade promises to be even more transformative.