A friend had stored his car in the garage for a year. After a year, he started it up and after a few minutes of coughing and sputtering the car ran fine. Many of us have not met for two years, but somehow I think we’ll be running fine - much better than the car. Why? Because we never stopped. Our local churches are alive, our vision is exercised. We haven’t stopped listening to God and following Him. We need the encouragement; we need to see each other, to sit together and share the joys and sorrows we have experienced.
God has ordained that very human people would live in the presence of His grace and touch each other with His love.
This week will be awesome because of Him. We will leave refreshed in our vision for reaching others with His life, His love, and His hope. The world needs our message.
Eurocon is GGWO's annual European convention where Greater Grace pastors, missionaries, and church family members from all of Europe and abroad gather to share and receive encouragement in the Bible. It's a time of fellowship, teaching, learning, worshipping the Lord, and much international food and fun.
Greater Grace World Outreach
Greater Grace World Outreach (GGWO) is an affiliation of nondenominational evangelical Christian churches that emphasize grace, the finished work and missions. The headquarters of Greater Grace World Outreach is currently located in Baltimore, Maryland. GGWO was founded by Carl H. Stevens Jr. who was succeeded by Pastor Thomas Schaller as Presiding Elder and Overseeing Pastor of Greater Grace World Outreach in Baltimore in April 2005.
Now there is a growing family of over 750 churches in approximately 80 countries with 3,500 Bible college students and 1,000 Christian workers throughout the world. Most of these churches are located in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
Eurocon 2022: About the Location
Warszawa (English: Warsaw) is the capital of Poland and the country's largest city. Located on the Vistula River, in Mazowieckie voivodeship, the Warsaw metropolitan area has about 2 million residents and covers approximately 516.9 square kilometers, though the entire agglomeration covers about 6,100.43 square kilometers and is home to about 3 million residents. In 2012 the city ranked as the 32nd most livable city in the world and one of the most attractive cities to live in Central and Eastern Europe. Warsaw is also one of the most green capitals in Europe.