Global Impact Weekend – The Cry for Justice

November 5 – 8

Join us as we explore the issues surrounding human trafficking, both local and global.  Learn how we can respond as individual Christians and as the Church of Christ.  Connect with those who are making a difference and learn how you can get involved.


Thursday, November 5

7:00 – 9:00 pm

Lower Auditorium

Women’s Event

Speaker: Julee Bellar

All women and teen girls, middle school and high school, are invited to this event. Our speaker, Julee Bellar, works with human trafficking in Southern Colorado. Julee will give insight into awareness of recruiting and advocacy to help victims of this and prevention. There will be dessert and a time to get to know each other, as well as a time of prayer for this ministry and the mission of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. Come and invite others to this event in the lower auditorium.

Friday, November 6

6:00 – 7:30 pm


Concert of Prayer

Join us for an interactive, hands-on, family oriented Prayer Concert for the World; particularly for at risk women and children. We will meet in the Sanctuary.

Saturday, November 7

9:00 am

Dining Room

Men’s Breakfast

Speaker: Pete Brokopp

All men and teen boys, middle school and high school, are invited to join Pete Brokopp for a time of fellowship and to hear stories about human trafficking in W. Africa and how the Alliance Church is working to prevent it.

Sunday, November 8

9:00 am & 10:45 am

Join us for Sunday morning worship with Pete Brokopp. Julee Bellar will be sharing with the Mix at 9:00 am in the lower auditorium at 10:45. She will be joined by Johnny and Ellen Walker, sharing their story of the attack against Johnny in Tanzania last year.

6:00 pm

Lower Auditorium

Missions 201

Our Global Impact Weekend will wrap up with Missions 201 – “On Ramps to Help Stop Human Trafficking”. We will hear from our presenters ways to get involved locally to identify and stop human trafficking along the I-75 corridor in KY, and also how to get involved in global ministry to trafficked persons.