Nigeria Kicks Off the Summit at the First 5 of 40 Sites!
The GLS in Nigeria kicked off last week at five of the forty events they plan to hold this season. More than 2,000 leaders were richly blessed by the fresh ideas and training they received. As the GLS continues to grow in Nigeria, encouraged leaders desire to share it with even more people. As a result, people are catching a vision and taking on additional ownership of the event. In their communities, they reflect the belief that when a leader gets better, everyone wins.
The GLS has changed my leadership journey. Best of all, I became a servant leader through the impact of the GLS. Thanks so much for making the GLS a global movement. The Lord’s blessings be upon you. – GLS leader, Nigeria
Leaders are encouraged by the high impact of the Summit in my country. The GLS team has given my church and my family a platform to fulfill God’s mandate upon our lives by being part of the leadership mentors in my country. The media and technical department of my church got a lift from the experience that the GLS brought to us. Thanks for being there. May the Lord bless you richly. – GLS leader, Nigeria.
Full Hearts in Myitkyina, Myanmar
Myitkyina, Myanmar is not a modern city. In fact, it is just the opposite. A battle for independence has resulted in a civil war with the government, which has left Myitkyina’s economy unstable. While there are no modern amenities, nice restaurants, air conditioning, or fancy cars, the Kachin people of Myitkyina are rich in spirit, reflecting God’s presence. Their sense of longing, devotion, gratitude, and faith in God is a powerful witness.
More than 450 leaders attended the GLS in Myitkyina this year. Their hearts are soft and open to learning and understanding new ways to improve their leadership skills. They have no other access to the kind of training offered by the GLS and engaged with the sessions with rapt attention. Keep these leaders in your prayers as they seek to transform their communities.