Net 19 was the Southeastern Conference’s evangelistic initiative to reach communities through social media. This was the third effort in the Hispanic ministries evangelism strategy for the year 2019, which was promoted as the Year of Evangelism.
The first evangelistic crusade for 2019 was a combined effort between Oakwood University and Southeastern Conference Hispanic ministries. Theology students and professors from Oakwood came to the territory to join Southeastern pastors in the endeavor. The Lord blessed their efforts, and churches and communities were revived as the Good News of salvation was shared.
The follow-up evangelistic project, under the direction of the Southern Union, was Special Forces. Leaders were trained, and small groups were organized in preparation for Net 19.
Net 19 was the last evangelistic effort, held October 12-19, 2019. An international evangelist, Julio Chazarreta, pastor and marketing director for El Centinela, the Pacific Press magazine for the Hispanic community in North America, was the speaker chosen by the Southern Union for this evangelistic project. From the south to the north, throughout the state of Florida, the impact of the Gospel with a Christ-centered message of hope, restoration, and wholeness made a difference in the lives of 150 people who surrendered to Jesus through baptism.
The Conference praises the Lord for His amazing grace and great faithfulness, and commends the leaders for their vision of a mission-driven Conference. They are thankful for the unwavering support as they continue to strive together to advance God’s Kingdom.
Southeastern | January 2020