ABOUT REGIONS BEYOND

Posted by on Apr 14, 2013 in REGIONS BEYOND

ABOUT REGIONS BEYOND

 Regions Beyond is a diverse family of churches joined together in apostolic partnership . RegionsBeyond is  a part of what has been known as Newfonrtiers Intl which was led by Terry Virgo.  Newforntiers was a worldwide family of Churches joined together in relationships and common vision.  When Terry Virgo retied he did not appoint a successor bu recognized and released 17 other men who were apostolic in their own right.These men were already overseeing many churches. One such sphere, as we call it, is RegionsBeyond led by Steve Oliver.   These sphere do not cut into neat wedges along geographical lines, rather they criss cross the globe where there are bonds of relationship. So one nation may have the presence of  more than one sphere. This was Terry’s vision. What an exciting time we are living in! God is bringing churches across the nations to accomplish more together than we can on our own. Regions Beyond is a growing family of churches, supporting and encouraging one another, sharing resources, and creating opportunities for leadership development and ministry. RegionsBeyond is  led by Steve Oliver along with a forming nucleus of passionate men and women who in their godly wisdom and fervour are shaping the movement to be one that makes disciples that plant churches that disciple people well. We also gather regularly in different contexts, to worship God, share vision, train leaders, and equip everyone in the use of spiritual gifts. Here we are making an attempt to blog  and document these foundational messages that spell out the vision and values of RegionsBeyond. As you read/listen to them may it start a fire in and through you.It is also a good resource to share with you r churches and leadership teams so that they are all caught up in the vision as we go forward.  To know more about who we are and our vision you can read some of the blogs . Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like...

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