Events › Alliance Council 2015
dr. John stumbo’s vision for the alliance
Where Are We? Where Are We Going? Part 1
In this session, John unpacks our unique Alliance calling as that of “a Christ-centered, Acts 1:8 family.” Rather than a tagline, this descriptor is a foundation to begin an ongoing conversation about how God is summoning us to love, proclaim, reach, and launch together as a denomination in response to a needy world.
Where Are We? Where Are We Going? Part 2
In part 2, John shares sobering statistics from recent decades revealing lost ministry opportunities, both at home and abroad, due to downward trends in Alliance Great Commission Fund church giving. Will we again rise to fulfill our calling as a missionary-sending church—taking Jesus’ love to the neediest places on the planet?
2013–14 Report of the President to General Council
You can download the 2013–14 Report of the President to General Council 2015 below.
Download 2015 Report 3.9MB PDF
Brief review of the president’s vision presented at Alliance Council 2015
Shrink-wrapped in quantities of 50, this 4.5”X4.5” six-page pamphlet is designed for Alliance church leaders and congregations to continue the conversation begun at Council—how we can unite to love, proclaim, reach, and launch as a denomination to fulfill the Great Commission more effectively.Order Now
Peoples of the World
Wallet sized prayer reminder cards
Praying for peoples of the world who most lack access to the gospel is a practical, powerful way for Alliance people to help fulfill the Great Commission. This full-color, high-quality perforated set of eight cards reminds us that God moves as we partner with Him through consistent, focused prayer.Order Now
The Alliance Council 2015 video series enables you watch speaker messages from the main Council sessions on your computer or download them to share in a public setting.Go to Council Series Page Now
Jordan Christopher, managing video producer for The Alliance, hosts this five-part, day-in-review series of interviews with Council attendees.