Ignite 10 Days in your City!
We’re a movement that is growing at the speed of friendship. As such, we believe the best way to share the vision for 10 Days is face-to-face! Since 2012, we've visited over 80 cities with the express purpose of making friends and sharing vision. Often, there’s an incredible story of God’s providence connected to the launching of 10 Days in a new city. If you’d like to invite us for a visit (or invite yourself out to visit us), email us at email@example.com.
Here’s how this might look: There’s several ways that we can connect in your area—here’s a few ideas!
Road-trip! Several weeks out of the year, we’re on the road, meeting with people one-on-one or in small groups who are interested in bringing 10 Days to their city. We call them “Eat, Talk, and Drive Trips”. Let us know if you’d like a visit.
Pastor’s Gatherings: Bringing a group of pastors together, perhaps around a meal, to hear the vision for 10 Days together has proven to be one of the best ways to build consensus in a region.
10 Days “Mini-Summits”: Host a day, an evening, or a teaching weekend to share the purpose, vision, and story of 10 Days. The better people understand the vision, the more willing they are to “enter in” to the vision of setting apart 10 Days to seeking God.
10 Days National Summit: The 10 Days National Summit is the best opportunity to fellowship with coordinators from many cities and experience what it’s like to do 10 Days.
This year’s National Summit is scheduled for June 1-4 2017, location TBD.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to explore these or other possibilities.
Become a 10 Days coordinator!
In each city or region, 10 Days is led by a coordinator/catalyst and their team.
Each 10 Day gathering is entirely led and organized locally. Our team helps by providing resources, encouragement, and connection to the broader movement. Contact us if you want to explore launching 10 Days in your area at email@example.com.
Isaiah 55:11 “[My word] will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.”