Matthew 10 International
The pandemic of 2020 left the Matthew 10 International team seeking the Lord for creative ways to share the Gospel. Through a unique series of events that could only be described as heavenly, Dr. Pete Sulack was connected to different leaders from all over the world to begin preaching virtually with the power of Zoom video conferencing. Since its conception, this small vision has transformed into a multi-faceted mission that has seen over 500,000+ souls reached for the Kingdom.
What Does a Virtual Crusade Look Like?
1. Present the Gospel
Through the power of technology and the recent popularity of video conferencing tools like Zoom and Skype, our own Dr. Pete Sulack has been able to work with “on-the-ground” teams all over the world to host a number of virtual crusade to bring the Gospel of Jesus to the nations. In the last 9 months, Dr. Pete has presented the Good News to hundreds of thousands of souls in six different countries: Zambia, South Asia, Botswana, Malawi, Tanzania, and Ghana. By the end of 2021, our hope is to add more to this list!
2. Give a Bible
Reading the word of God is the best way to begin understanding our newfound identity in Christ – but for some, this identity is yet to be discovered. Once the Gospel is presented, individuals who have accepted Christ receive a copy of the Bible that has been translated into their own language or dialect. This is one of the most important tools that we, as an organization, can provide to these new believers and will set them up to continue being discipled by the partners of Matthew 10 International.
3. Disciple New Believers
In the book of Acts, there is a community of those baptized by the Holy Spirit in the name of Jesus who gather around for prayer, meals, fellowship, and apostolic teaching. They share whatever they have to meet one another’s needs and collectively experience the signs and wonders of God. This is the family that we provide to new believers through our international partners in ministry. By pouring into community leaders, we continue to impact the lives of those saved through Virtual Crusades.