The 2019 event has been postponed

The Concordia University Irvine Great Commission Summit exists to teach, equip and connect pastors and church leaders to be effective ministers of the Gospel amid the changing dynamic of global Christianity.

Schedule
8:30 A.M.

Registration Opens

8:45 A.M.

Welcome

9:00 A.M.

John Nunes - Being ONE in Divided Times

10:00 A.M.

Break

10:15 A.M.

Local Spotlight (15 minutes from a local ministry - living as ONE)

10:30 A.M.

Eduardo Nunes - Raising New Leaders Focused on ONE

11:30 A.M.

Local Spotlight (15 minutes from a local ministry - living as ONE)

12:00 P.M.

Lunch

1:00 P.M.

Local Spotlight (15 minutes from a local ministry - living as ONE)

1:15 P.M.

Kevin Ndertu - Fearlessly ONE

2:15 P.M.

GCS20 - Fearless Promo

2:30 P.M.

Panel Discussion Q&A

GCS '19 Speakers


Kevin Ndertu

Kevin Ndertu

Executive Director of the Fearless Network, an annual gathering of Church and Market place leaders who are passionate about bringing much needed godly change in every sector of society. Kevin is passionate about Transformational Leadership and working hard towards Excellence. Kevin also serves as pastor at Mavuno Church, Downtown Nairobi.

Eduardo Nunes

Eduardo Nunes

Eduardo Nunes started his ministry in 2011, carrying a strong message about the love of Jesus through the supernatural work of the Holy Spirit and the powerful Word of God. He was a missionary in Africa, and today is the coordinator of the school of missions. Every year missionaries from all over the world come to Brazil to learn and to be sent to the nations. Eduardo is part of the Dunamis Movement leadership and travels nationally and internationally preaching.

John Nunes

John Nunes

The Rev. John Arthur Nunes, Ph.D., began in 2016 as the ninth president of Concordia College-New York, an institution of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, founded in 1881. Concordia is a small school, with a diverse and global student body, faithfully making a big impact on every life it touches. Professor Nunes came to this Bronxville, New York, campus from Valparaiso University (Indiana) where he held the Jochum Chair, an endowed interdepartmental professorship.

Previously, Professor Nunes has also served as the President and CEO of Lutheran World Relief (2007 to 2013), a $50 million organization with offices in 17 countries working to alleviate poverty and human suffering. Prior to that he was an inner-city pastor in Dallas, TX, and Detroit, MI.

Contact Us

Bil Hood

Bil Hood
Director of Church and Community Relations
(949) 214-3189
bil.hood@cui.edu

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