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IMAGINE A CARIBBEAN...

…where EVERY PERSON is prayed and cared for personally.

…where YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY follow Jesus and are connected into a Christian Community.

…where ALL PEOPLE have been transformed by God’s word and the love of Jesus.

The All initiative is a comprehensive framework to plan strategically to see the Great Commission fulfilled in your area with tools, expertise, and resources to help you. This will look different in every community.

WHAT IS ALL.CARIBBEAN?

Call2all Caribbean is designed to bring together the body of Christ across 30 territories to see the completion of the Great
Commission.

All.Caribbean is an initiative of Call2all to mobilize the body of Christ to strategically pray for and connect with their neighbours. To see everyone prayed for by name and connected with Jesus.

The aim of All.Caribbean is not to replace existing ministries, but to partner together to see the transformation of nations with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

HOW DO WE REACH ALL?

Finish lines are a way to strategically focus on what Jesus commanded us to do. The five finish lines are:

  1. Prayer
  2. Compassion
  3. Evangelism
  4. Bible Engagement
  5. Christian Community

These finish lines gives us a comprehensive framework to see our nations transformed and discipled. When we look at these areas as ‘finishable’ our strategies and plans take on a new urgency and hope.

WHEN IS THE ALL.CARIBBEAN SUMMIT?

This October, Call2all Caribbean will be hosting another All.Caribbean Online Summit. This Summit serves as means of connecting with various regional organizations and influencers to apply practical strategizes in reaching everyone in the Caribbean for Jesus.

IT’S TIME TO START THIS MOVEMENT AGAIN BEGINNING WITH A VIRTUAL LAUNCH ON OCT 21, 2021.

Times:

  • 5:30 PM - Belize
  • 6:30 PM - Jamaica, the Cayman Islands and Central Time.
  • 7:30 PM - The Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, the Eastern Caribbean, The Windward Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago, the ABC Islands and Guyana
  • 8:30 PM - Suriname and French Guiana