One Night. One Mission.

October 13, 2020
- October 13, 2020
October 13, 2020 7:30 pm -
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*If you have trouble registering or connecting for the simulcast, reach out to Chris Mills for assistance*

A Simulcast Designed to Help You Explore God’s Call to Our One Mission – The Great Commission.

Real living is this: having one mission and giving your life to its fulfillment. 

Having one mission turns ordinary living into an extraordinary adventure. Every moment is an opportunity to pursue that mission and live life to its fullest.  It helps us know where to go, what to do and why to do it.  It charts our course, sets the direction of our life and provides guidance to all that we do. Your one mission is your one thing—the thing that defines what your life will be about!

The Mission Isn’t Cancelled. COVID-19 may change our direction, but it does not change our mission.

Join us for One Night. One Mission. A simulcast designed to help you explore God’s call to Our One Mission – The Great Commission on Oct. 13 at 7:30 PM – online!

Dr. Jamie Dew, President of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary; Jason Thomas, African American Church Mobilization Strategist for the International Mission Board; Putti Benner, Associate Campus Minister at the University of Texas – Arlington; Lexie Green, Registered Nurse, New Orleans, LA; and a local student’s testimony of faithfulness will guide us in this journey of obedience to our One Mission.

As you seek to be obedient to God’s call to reach those here and there, we encourage you to check out these resources listed below.

  • Prayer. Care. Share. – Use this strategy to be intentional in praying, developing relationships and sharing the hope of Jesus with those in your sphere of influence.
  • OMS Huddles – Join One Mission Students staff and missions partners across the globe to discuss what God is doing all over the world, explore how to join in the work, and pray specifically for these missions efforts
  • The Big 5: Start Where You Are – Check out this video series that walks you through 5 ways to connect and engage with others including – Intentional Conversations, Starting Where You Are, Showing Concern, Extending Invitations, and Redeeming Social Media.
  • The Mission Starts Here – We often miss a crucial focus in pursuing the mission of God – the mission is ALL ABOUT GOD! The mission belongs to God. He has the authority to call us to that mission. God sets the agenda for the mission. God’s power is essential for the completion of the mission. God’s Spirit is the essential worker in the mission. Use this guide to dive into how to breakout of this self-dependence? We simply turn our dependence to God in prayer and in our reliance on the Holy Spirit.
  • Campus Prayer Walk Guide – Use this guide to prayerwalk your campus!
  • Gospel Appointments – What are Gospel appointments? Check out this video and visit to find resources and learn more.
  • Go2Years – Join the movement. Give the first two years after college to service anywhere in the mission
  • Who’s Your One? Who are you committed to pray for and share the Gospel with?
  • Bless Every Home – Learn about your neighbors. Pray for them. Explore ways to connect and engage in Gospel conversations with them.

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