Our 2020 Vision

 Pictured: A vintage 1967 Peterbilt under consideration for the future Eternity Truck vision.

Pictured: A vintage 1967 Peterbilt under consideration for the future Eternity Truck vision.

To the weak I became weak, to win the weak. I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some.I do all this for the sake of the gospel, that I may share in its blessings. 1 Corinthians 9:22-23

The Apostle Paul sure knew how to connect with people. Just like Jesus… wherever he travelled he was relevant to the needs and culture of the local people. We have that same desire.

Over the past 33 years we’ve done our best to present a simple Gospel message and encourage people living in rural and remote regions of Australia. God has miraculously provided great teams and the resources to tour the nation for every new season. We are now looking at the decade of 2020 - 2030 and asking the Lord how we can be even more effective…  The theme of ‘Hope for hurting towns’ does not leave us. Many local churches in country towns cannot afford the huge budgets attached to major evangelistic events yet in their tough seasons is when they need to hear the ‘Good News’ most. Our prayer is to raise $250,000 and build a 'state of the art’ mobile events stage that can serve country towns across Australia with quality evangelistic events for the coming decade. We’d love to reach a million Australians with the Gospel using the Eternity Truck!!! Just good old fashioned, community based friendship evangelism that tells people they are important to God… right where they live!

We envisage developing a regular TV program featuring the Eternity Truck as it travels to different locations of Australia…. similar the the popular TV series ‘Everytown Downunder’ which screens regularly on ACCTV and other networks globally.

We believe this is an exciting way to move ahead in mission. We know it will take an army of friends and ministry partners to bring the vision to life. Pray with us for God’s strategy for this vision. If you’d like to be involved join our ‘Everytown Partners’ mailing list - office@stevegrace.com

For those interested: The 1967 Peterbilt is a service truck at the moment and is equipped with a new 400 Cummins engine, a new 13 speed road ranger gearbox and brakes etc. It can be converted back to a truck / trailer combo. We reckon it would make a great flagship for the Eternity Truck vision. Pray with us!

Thanks so much for your friendship and support.

Godspeed,

Steve

Cheyne Grace

Byron Bay, NSW, 2481