The GO TELL mission rally

“Go into all the world, and preach the gospel to all creation” (Mark 16:15).

On April 8 & 9, 2022, the southeast chapter of Gospel Outreach presents the GO TELL mission rally, which will be held at the Chattanooga First Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Hosted by storyteller Dick Duerksen, the rally will feature music by recording artist Steve Darmody and the music group Gloryland Road Bluegrass.

You’ll also be introduced to the story of Gospel Outreach, a volunteer-run Great Commission organization that sponsors more than 2,000 Bible workers in the 10/40 Window. This area of the world is located between 10 and 40 degrees north latitude. It includes North Africa, the Middle East, India, Bangladesh and the Philippines.

An estimated 97% of the unreached live in the 10/40 Window making it the final frontier for evangelism.

Come and enjoy music, fellowship, stories of miracles, mission reports from the front lines with Gospel Outreach regional directors and more! Discover how you too can be part of fulfilling the Great Commission and hastening Jesus’ return.

Free admission.

Dates, times & location:

  • April 8, 7 p.m.
    Featuring reports from Bangladesh, Tripura, Cambodia and central Asia, with music by Steve Darmody.
  • April 9, 8:30 a.m. & 10:45 a.m.
    Sabbath worship with Dick Duerksen.
  • April 9, 3:15 p.m.
    Featuring reports from Nepal, the Muslim world and China, with gospel bluegrass music by Gloryland Road.

Chattanooga First Seventh-day Adventist Church [map]
7450 Standifer Gap Rd.
Chattanooga, TN 37421

Help spread the word!

Below are download links you can use to let others know about the GO TELL mission rally:

  • Poster [ pdf | jpg ]
  • Promo video
  • Bulletin announcements [ docx ]
  • Social media [ jpg ]
  • PowerPoint slide [ jpg ]

Speakers & music include:

Dick Duerksen

Dick Duerksen works as a storyteller for the Oregon Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and also serves with Gospel Outreach in telling stories of how the ministry is transforming lives in the mission field.

As a Seventh-day Adventist preacher, pastor and administrator, he has carried the good news of grace around the world using narrative-style presentations that bring hope to people’s hearts.

Writing for Adventist World Magazine each month, Dick is also author of Storycatcher, a book on narrative preaching. And many people may have seen his nature photographs in hospitals, banks and professional offices.

Dick and his wife, Brenda, a registered nurse and personal health consultant, have three children.

Steve Darmody

Steve Darmody, recording artist and president of Morning Song, Inc., has been serving Christ through concert ministry since 1979.

With one of gospel music’s finest voices, his style ranges from traditional and inspirational to a touch of smooth contemporary.

Steve’s hope is that people will carry his songs into their daily lives and be reminded that the claims of Christ, clearly found in His Word, will produce a life filled with contentment, peace and a spirit of mission outreach.

Brent Scully

Brent Scully is president of Gospel Outreach and a church elder and youth leader.

He has a knack for entrepreneurial enterprises, owning and operating multiple businesses, including construction, real estate development and owning/managing rental properties.

His foremost desire, though, is to serve God and spend time with his family.

“My passion is to see the eternal gospel going to the most destitute and deprived countries in the world,” he says.

Brent lives in College Place, Wash., with his wife and three gifted daughters.

Gloryland Road Bluegrass

Gloryland Road is a gospel bluegrass band consisting of Adventist musicians from the Chattanooga area and northern Georgia.

The band plays standard bluegrass instruments: guitar, fiddle, mandolin, banjo and bass–with the addition of a hammer dulcimer and dojo.

Partner with Gospel Outreach & make a difference for eternity!

Gospel Outreach donors support indigenous Bible workers in North Africa, the Middle East, India, Bangladesh, the Philippines and numerous other countries in the 10/40 Window where 97% of the unreached live. These Bible workers know the language, culture and beliefs of the areas where they minister. They can be sponsored for an average of $150 (US) per month.

Current Bible workers sponsored

Countries where Gospel Outreach has Bible workers

Number of donor partners in 2021

The spirit of Christ is the spirit of missions. The nearer we get to Him, the more intensely missionary we become.


— Henry Martyn, missionary to India and Persia

Is not the commission of our Lord still binding upon us? Can we not do more than now we are doing.


— William Carey

The command has been to go, but we have stayed in body, gifts, prayer and influence. He has asked us to be witnesses unto the uttermost parts of the earth... but 99% of Christians have kept puttering around in the homeland.


— Robert Savage, Latin American Mission

A congregation that is not deeply and earnestly involved in the worldwide proclamation of the gospel does not understand the nature of salvation.


— Ted Engstrom, World Vision

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Join host Dick Duerksen, Gospel Outreach president Brent Scully, recording artist Steve Darmody, gospel bluegrass band Gloryland Road, and more for a Gospel Outreach mission rally in Chattanooga, Tenn.


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