Global Summit
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Global Summit

The Schedule

Sunday, 3.23
9 & 10:45 AM - Mark Ashton & Perrotto family
4 PM - Special reception with Perrotto famiy hosted by Mark Ashton / D126

Monday, 3.24 / Dinner Event
6-6:30 PM - Dinner / Old Mill Campus Gym
6:30 PM - Children’s programming
6:45-8 PM - Tim Perry with the Price of Life / Gym

Tuesday, 3.25 / McCabe & Perrotto
9:30 AM - Women’s bible study / Student Center
11 AM - SuperAdults / Chapel

Wednesday, 3.26 / McCabe & perrotto
6:30-8 PM - Kids clubs

Friday - Saturday, 3.28-3.29 / McCabe
Priceless youth retreat

Sunday, 3.30
9 & 10:45 AM - Jason Ostrander with speaker intro by Becky McCabe and Hands of Honor

The Speakers

Jason Ostrander
Jason Ostrander
Jason served as the director for Envision Culture and Youth Ministries for The Alliance from 2008–2012 and is currently the youth ministry business leader at Group Publishing. Jason is a well-traveled speaker and filmmaker, and recently authored a new book: 99 Questions Jesus Asked.
Becky McCabe
Becky McCabe
In year seven serving with CAMA in Mali, Becky is co-founder of Hands of Honor. Becky and her husband Shawn live in the city of Segou with their four young children (their 2nd child was the first baby delivered at the hospital for Women and Children.)
About

The Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA) began as a deeper life and missionary movement in 1887 when founder, Dr. A.B. Simpson, mobilized the local church to take the whole Bible to the whole world. This timeless vision motivates CCC’s missional emphasis today. Celebrated annually, Global Summit informs, equips and inspires all to join in completing the Great Commission.

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,” - Matthew 28:19, NIV

GCF

The Great Commission Fund is your opportunity to extend the hope of Jesus. The Fund gives Alliance missionaries and Creative Access Workers the freedom to answer their call to ministry without the burden of raising support, depending rather on God to supply their needs through the giving of faithful people.

Partner with the Alliance to build the Church around the world. Designate GCF on your weekly envelope or through eGiving at cccomaha.org/give.

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Perrotto's Move to Dominican Republic With Family of 7

Matt and Teri Perrotto were born and raised in Omaha, choosing to raise their five children age 3 to 13 here and pursue the comfortable life. That is until God called them to something more.

During their college years Matt and Teri participated in missions experiences and have always been drawn to serving on the mission field. Once married and with children, it was something that they put on hold and thought little about until joining Christ Community Church (CCC) in Omaha in 2010. As a Christian and Missionary Alliance church (C&MA) the emphasis on serving others both local and globally captured their hearts through the numerous opportunities to serve in their city and across the world. As a family, they have served in North Omaha, helping to rebuild this community. Teri was blessed to be able to go to China for 10 days in November of 2012, working with an orphanage.

In the fall of 2012, while on a date (yes, with five kids, they still have occasional dates) Teri and Matt had a discussion about the possibility of a long-term mission trip that would include the entire family. It was during this discussion they realized that at different times, in different ways God had put this vision on their hearts. Since that date they have been praying and have asked friends and family to pray for them, so that they can understand God’s will in this matter. The Perrotto’s have pursued the necessary steps to prepare for this journey. Confident of God’s call they will move their family to Santiago, Dominican Republic in the spring of 2014 for 2 years where they will work with the C&MA’s Envision program. Aware that the spring of 2014 gets closer every day they are focused on raising funds and preparing to leave their lives in Omaha behind. God has brought many friends and family along side Matt, Teri and the children to support them on this mission. To read more you can follow their journey at perrottofamilyinthedr.blogspot.com.

Hands of Honor launches in Mali

Everyday in Mali Africa young girls are pulled from their villages and sold into slavery as house girls. Uneducated and without formal training they are often abused or rejected as unsuitable for the tasks assigned to them. Unknown to them they are sold by their families and may land on the streets where they are at risk. Hands of Honor, a emerging ministry in Mali, is extending a hand to teach these young women simple workplace etiquette, proper hygiene and necessary skills to provide for themselves. Along with a safe place for escape Hands of Honor shares the love of Jesus Christ.

Learn more about Hands of Honor from C&MA’s Becky McCabe on Sunday, March 30 at CCC’s Global Summit.

Proxe Stations

At this year’s Global Summit CCC Middle School, High School and College Student teams are constructing interactive displays called Proxe Stations. These interactive learning experiences are designed to educate CCC on the issue of human trafficking at home and around the world. View the displays in the Old Mill Campus Atrium on Sunday, March 23 and cast your vote for the most impactful display. Winners will be announced Sunday, March 30.