Dear AD2-Announce Reader:
As the AD2000 & Beyond Movement moves towards its final closure date of early 2001, all of the movement's Tracks / Resource Networks and Task Forces have been requested to provide an overview summary of their specific realm of experience over the 5 - 10 years of their operational existence. These reports have been prepared for compilation of a "lasting record" of this movement and for all to see, as they are interested!
Please see the attached report on the Strategic Mobilization Task Force written by the Task Force Coordinator, Eric Watt. Even though this task force is very young, we think you will be greatly encouraged about what God has done with the cooperation of many worldwide. Great appreciation and praises to God for Eric - and many others involved!
These reports will all be included along with other historical reports and data of the AD2000 & Beyond Movement, including the AD2000 website, and much more on a CD-ROM being produced for distribution at Celebrate Messiah 2000. Further distribution of this CD-ROM will also be made after the conference. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you<> are interested in purchasing one of these CD-ROMs.
NOTE: Celebrate Messiah 2000 will be held in Jerusalem and Bethlehem 27 December 2000 - 2 January 2001. Registration invitation is still open to those so interested. Please contact Lauri Dennis, Registrar, at Lauri@ad2000.org for more information.<>
The AD2000 International Office will be closing early in 2001. Click here for more information.
Thank you for your interest in the AD2000 & Beyond Movement and its spiritual and catalytic outworkings into the 21st century. Please continue to pray for the movement until our closing day! Thank you!
That all may hear!
AD2000 & Beyond Movement
The Strategic Mobilization Task Force was formed in 1998 with the focus of mobilizing and connecting the various tracks, task forces and networks together in working to fulfill the Great Commission. In the span of two years, through a loose association/network of friends, the SMTF has been able to provide strategic momentum for numerous projects in more than 100 countries.
The SMTF was used to mobilize the expatriate community to engage in initiatives fostered from the grass roots level. Two examples of these natural networks on a global scale have been the Millennial Tribute to Jesus (690 million viewers of a special edition of the JESUS film viewed in 63 languages) and participation in providing support and some infrastructure to the Major Sports Evangelism Partnership's Kids Games. In both cases more than 800 organizations from 100 countries have mobilized to work together in providing a platform for both evangelism and church planting to take place. Information on other numerous mobilization initiatives in restricted environments is available through the office.
There were four notable outcomes of the SMTF.
There were at least three lessons learned.
Strategic Mobilization Task Force
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