This Year's Theme: "Victorious Foundation"

The news is full of tragedy and discouraging stories showcasing the reality of our broken world, especially this past year. We know that Christ is risen and has the victory, but it can be difficult to truly believe that when it seems like darkness is winning. However, there is great hope and abundant joy! To echo Paul’s words in Colossians 1:6, the gospel is going forth and bearing fruit all over the world. Churches are flourishing, believers are growing, and more are coming to Jesus than ever before.


We live in an exciting time where God is on the move, and our missionaries and guest speakers are coming to declare the beautiful truth that our Foundation is firm in Jesus. Join us for Global Outreach Week 2021 where we will be challenged to look at what God is doing and encouraged to believe and hold fast to the overcoming power of the gospel, the foundation of which is Christ’s victory!

Schedule for Spring 2021

Sunday, April 25

Sunday Morning Service
Dr. Michael Thate | Princeton University


Sunday Night Service • 5:00pm in the Sanctuary
Panel Discussion | Topic: Victories in Christ


Wednesday, April 28

Special Missions Prayer Meeting • Virtual, 6:00pm–7:00pm
We’re taking our usual Wednesday Night Prayer meeting to pray specifically for our missionaries and missions partners. Join us to intercede for God’s kingdom! Instructions to join can be found here on our Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting page.

Thursday, April 29

Praying for the Nations  • Virtual, 10:00am
As a sequel to the Wednesday prayer meeting, join us in prayer for the world. Hear directly from some of our missionaries! If you’d like to join this prayer meeting, please email Kaitlyn for the link at

Sunday, May 2

Sunday Morning Service
Dr. Adam W. Greenway | President, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary


Sunday Night Service • 5:00pm in the Sanctuary
Pastor Josue Reyes | Ministerio Hispano, The Moody Church

About Our Speakers

Dr. Michael J. Thate is an Associate Research Scholar at Princeton University where he is part of the Faith, Ethics, and Work Initiative as well as the Keller Center for Innovation in the Engineering Department at Princeton. Michael received his Ph.D. from Durham University in England and has held various positions in several universities throughout Europe as well as visiting fellowships at both Yale Divinity School and Harvard’s Center for the Study of World Religions. As an ethical philosopher and historian of early Christianity, Michael’s research interests range from the histories and ethics of suicide, politics, imaginaries of participation, labor, time and money, and trust. He is the author and editor of several books—most recently, The Godman and the Sea—and numerous articles. Michael was born and raised in a small town in southwestern Minnesota where he returns most summers to spend time with his parents and their farm animals. Perhaps most notably, Michael was a pastoral resident at The Moody Church where he still has many friends.

Dr. Adam W. Greenway currently serves as the ninth president of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is a graduate of Southwestern Seminary and received his PhD in Evangelism & Apologetics from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2007. Before serving at Southwestern Seminary, Dr. Greenway served as the dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism, and Ministry at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Greenway has served in various roles in the Southern Baptist Convention and is the co-editor of The Great Commission Resurgence and Evangelicals Engaging Emergent. He is married to Carla and they have two children, Wade and Caroline.

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