What People are Saying about GDMD…

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“I am honored to be part of Greater Dallas Movement Day in January 2014. This is a timely gathering of serious-minded Christians who see the need for the church to engage the city and the culture. The day will encourage like-minded pastors, mission agency leaders, marketplace leaders, and governmental leaders to engage each other. What we do together here will not only impact Dallas, but will create a template for other world class cities to engage the culture with the gospel.”
Dr. Jim Denison
Founder of Denison Forum on Truth and Culture
“I am elated about the opportunity to participate in Greater Dallas Movement Day! In order to create change in communities, it is important for individuals from diverse backgrounds and views to come together to discover, learn and share their experiences. Collaboration is critical in order to make the necessary changes for growth in our area. I look forward to seeing God’s people come together and use their faith as the foundation for building an inspired future!”
Froswa’ Booker-Drew
National Community Engagement Director
US Programs, World Vision
“I’ve been a part of Movement Day NYC since its beginning and I’m convinced God is using it as a catalytic gathering and collaboration of world-changing leaders. If we are to reach the world we must reach the cities of the world and I believe Dallas has become a major global city of influence in the fulfillment of the Great Commission. I’m thrilled that Greater Movement Day Dallas is our next step toward uniting Christian leaders across all cultural domains in order to see a Gospel Movement in our city!”
Jeff Warren
Senior Pastor
Park Cities Baptist Church
“I believe that Greater Dallas Movement Day is an important next step in our journey as a metropolitan faith community. I am impressed by the passion for united prayer and collaborative action.”
Pastor Jeff Jones
Senior Pastor
Chase Oaks Church
“In a fast-paced world that focuses more on events with immediate results and shallow gratification, I count it a joy to have been involved in what will become a great movement of the church to impact a community for the cause of Christ and certain to reap Kingdom benefits. As churches are challenged to refocus from mundane ministry activities to having compassion and concern for ‘the least of these’ in Matthew 25, I believe that the Metroplex will see something is taking place among their midst and question, ‘What kind of a Movement is this?'”
Chris L. Simmons
Sr. Pastor
Cornerstone Baptist Church, Dallas

Coming to Dallas this JANUARY!

Greater Dallas Movement Day 2013


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