We often trumpet the global impact of Gateway Seminary. We have been producing graduates for almost 80 years that have served in every part of the world. We have trustees, faculty, staff, donors, friends, and current students in multiple states and countries. Gateway is a global movement for the gospel.

Over the next few months, we are charting our impact and creating a visual map documenting our efforts at sharing the gospel. We are asking every person connected to the Gateway community to participate. We are NOT asking you to memorize a presentation, promote a program, join a group, or come to another meeting! We know thousands of people in the Gateway family are busy sharing the gospel. We are simply asking you to take a few minutes every few days and document those results.

Our Communications Team has created an interactive map which will show the global impact of our gospel efforts. All you need to do is log the results—gospel conversations, conversions, and rededications. Once you enter the simple inputs, the map will color code the results and place them in the appropriate location. We anticipate a multi-colored tapestry of gospel sharing outcomes will emerge. It will be a remarkable witness to the scope of our reach and an encouragement to many who share the gospel in relative isolation.  Seeing these results will motivate all of us to enhance our efforts in personal evangelism.

Two of our current employees—Drs. Adam Groza and Eddie Pate—first shared the idea of this unique way to demonstrate the scope and reach of Gateway’s gospel witness. Once I heard the idea, I decided to connect it to my Convocation message delivered last week. Drs. Groza and Pate have also created a video to inspire your evangelistic efforts and motivate you to participate in this project (a little further down on this page). You can view my convocation message here. You can access the webpage at gs.edu/evangelism.

While we intend to spread the word about this project through all our media channels, you can help by making sure every Gateway person in your circle of influence knows about it. While we will post periodic updates, the final report on December 31, 2023 will be the most exciting. It will present a visual mosaic of Gateway at our best—spanning the globe with the gospel message of Jesus Christ.

Watch the launch video with Dr. Adam Groza and Dr. Eddie Pate.

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