7 Good Things
What is 7GT?
7 Good Things (7GT) is a campaign designed to share the good news of God's grace with friends. The strategy was developed by English missionary evangelist Giles Stevens.
To date, tens of thousands have been impacted by the presentation which is presented in various formats (inc. slides, short-videos and a booklet) and in various languages (inc. English, Portuguese & Spanish).
Below you can check out:
Strategy - How to launch a 7GT campaign?
The 5-min video series (link to Youtube channel)
7 Good Things booklet (link to Amazon kindle)
Slides for public presentations (direct download)
7GT Training Events
How to Share 7GT?
There are various ways the 7 Good Things can be shared:
1. You can give out copies of the booklets by buying a pack of books or sending out e-books via kindle.
2. You can make presentations in schools, colleges, churches and public venues by using our slide show.
3. You can send out our short videos to your social networks (we recommend sending one video per day).
4. You can mobilise small teams to make presentations in small groups (each member presents one good thing).
7 Good Things - Online
Due to the current limitations of large crowds, we have developed a strategy to share 7GT on the internet. Through 7 short videos, thousands are sharing and tens of thousands are hearing these good things.
5-min video series
Choose your language
7GT Campaigns in Brazil & Beyond
Before the pandemic, we conducted dozens of training sessions with local churches. Due to the lockdown, we have been focusing our efforts to share our online videos.
Churches all over the country are using the material and thousands of believers have shared their faith with their friends through this dynamic format.
We are now launching the project also in Peru, Chile, Spain, Belgium, the US & the UK.
Watch the video and check out a little of what has happened.
5-min video series -Portuguese
By clicking you will access The Great Mission website
Ways to do it
All our free material in Slides, Kindle Ebook, PDF and sketches. Put the project into action. Click to learn more