“Go and make disciples of all nations,” are some of the very last words that Jesus spoke to the first century Christians. This command is recorded in Matthew 28:18-20 for all believers of every generation. To believers—it is a command to go and it is a command to make disciples. Within this command is the principle of multiplication.
International Commission (IC) has experienced firsthand the impact of this principle of multiplication. Jacob from Bangladesh tells what thousands of believers--men, women and young people--from many nations of the world have learned through their participation in a National to National (N2N) project.
I am Jacob. Joe (not actual name), IC leader in Bangladesh, gave me some more training on how to work on a project with IC. I have visited 10 villages and 79 people accepted the Lord through prayer. Out of those 10 villages, there is a possibility of planting 5 churches in 5 of those villages. If Joe calls me again, I am willing to serve. Thanks!
Since 1973, IC has used a proven plan, church-based partnership evangelism projects, to equip believers like Jacob to take the Gospel around the world.
In 1992, IC conducted its first project with no U.S. team members and called it a National to National (N2N) project.
In N2N projects, nationals are responsible for preparing the host churches and enlisting project teams. Host churches provide lodging and food for participants. Participants pay at least one-half of their travel cost.
PRO Team What is the IC “PRO” Team? Partners Reaching Others
Your partnership will reach others in two ways:
How do I Know N2N Projects are effective?
International Commission has been conducting church-based evangelism projects for over 35 years and N2N projects since 1992. A N2N project -- but, you need to see what the nationals are saying about this incredible ministry opportunity.
We have 33 promoters (enlist, prepare or lead a project). These guys are doing great in enlisting and trying to make disciples and getting more people ready for the ministry. All the promoters are scattered all over southern Africa. It is really a neat thing because it is making the spreading of the Gospel go quicker than we thought it would be.