Frontline missionaries speak at major camp meetings and at other large church gatherings.
Each division holds annual mission rallies for church members, involving local administrators; GC officers, departmental directors and associate directors; officers and departmental directors from other divisions; and frontline workers from both their own and other divisions.
Create and make available age-appropriate mission-focused morning devotional books aimed at each grade level of elementary education.
GC Education, Children’s Ministries, Health Ministries, Youth Ministries, and Office of Adventist Mission collaborate in producing readings on mission for Adventist children and teenagers, made available in print, braille, audiobooks, and digital media, as appropriate and as budgets allow.
GC-funded periodicals include at least one story from the 10/40 Window or large urban areas in every issue.
Improved retention rates of audited membership globally.
A worshipping group is established in each country of the 10/40 Window where there currently is no Seventh-day Adventist presence.
Each conference, mission, and region in the 10/40 Window achieves a demonstrable increase in the number of new believers.
Demonstrable increase in total members and congregations in all urban areas of one million people or more.
At least one Center of Influence operates in each urban area of one million people or more.
GC departments facilitate, initiate, and liaise between interdivisional mission projects, with active support from division and union officers.
Each division, with the assistance of the Office of Adventist Mission, identifies and acknowledges all major unreached or under-reached majority populations in evangelized countries in their territories, and reports annually to the Global Mission Issues Committee on efforts to reach them.
Each division identifies all significant immigrant/refugee populations in their territories, has initiatives in place to reach them, and reports annually to the Global Mission Issues Committee on progress in reaching them.
Each GC department has programs in place responding to global trends in immigration.
Each conference and mission outside the 10/40 Window has a five-year plan to achieve a measurable and significant increase (e.g., 30% over five years) in the number of newly planted worshipping groups.
Each conference and mission has a five-year plan to increase the number of Adventist primary and secondary schools.
Division presidents report regularly to the GC Executive Committee on progress in achieving KPIs relating to Objective no. 2.
Each division, in cooperation with its organizational units and with the assistance of the Global Mission Centers and GC Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, undertakes interfaith dialogs.
Global Mission Center directors present progress reports on dialogs to the 2023 and 2025 meetings of the Global Mission Issues Committee.
Global Mission Centers report yearly to Annual Council on approaches to, and progress in, reaching world religions and belief systems.
Mission initiatives in the 10/40 Window and large urban areas receive assistance from institutions elsewhere in the world.
Adventist tertiary institutions increase the proportion of missiologists teaching mission, all of whom are faithful to biblical missional principles, Adventist educated, and endorsed by IBMTE.
Each institution reports to its board or governing committee on how it will achieve selected objectives and KPIs of the I Will Go plan.
Significant increase in numbers of church members regularly praying, studying the Bible, using the Sabbath School Bible Study Guides, reading the writings of Ellen White, and engaging in other personal devotions.
Significant increase in numbers of church members and unbaptized children and youth regularly attending divine service and Sabbath School.
Significant increase in acceptance and practice of the church’s distinctive beliefs, especially: Creation (FB 6); Salvation by faith (FB 10); State of the dead and power of prayer over witchcraft and spiritualism (FB 26, FB 11); Remnant Church (FB 12–FB 14); Principles of healthful living (FB 22); The Sanctuary/Investigative Judgment (FB 24); Second Coming (FB 25); and the nature of the Fundamental Beliefs as a whole as Bible-centered doctrines that reflect a loving, gracious God.
Increased number of people using Adventist social media when studying the Bible, to learn about Ellen White and read her writings, in personal devotions, and to promote mission.
Increased number of local churches and individuals using Hope Channel, AWR, Adventist World, and other official church publications and media.
Increased number of church members and church school students participating in corporate prayer initiatives.
Evidence of better understanding of the prophetic role of Ellen White and the process of inspiration.
Increased availability in local languages of Ellen White’s writings in print, braille and audiobooks as well as on websites, mobile devices, and social media.
Increased number of children from Adventist homes and churches attending Adventist schools.
Increased church member involvement in fellowship and service, both in the church and in the local community.
Evidence of greater unity and community among church members, of reduced conflict in local churches, and of an active commitment to zero tolerance of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse.
Evidence of new members being nurtured through active discipleship programs.
Significant increase in number of church members regularly engaging in family worships.
All members and yet-to-be-baptized young people embrace and practice stewardship principles regarding time, spiritual gifts, and tithes and offerings.
Church members exhibit cross-cultural understanding and respect for all people.
Evidence that local churches and Adventist schools are responding to the opportunities that mass migration offers for ministry, and that immigrants are being integrated into local Adventist communities.
Improved retention rates of young adults, youth, and unbaptized children, based on the collection of specific statistics on those groups.
Bible classes teach the historical-grammatical method, historicist approach to the study of prophecies, confidence in the Bible as divine revelation, trust in God, and commitment to His mission.
Youth and young adults embrace the belief (FB 22) that the body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, abstaining from alcohol, tobacco, recreational use of drugs and other high-risk behaviors, and embrace church teachings (FB 23) on marriage, and demonstrate sexual purity.
Increased ethical and responsible use of media platforms by students.
Evidence that most pastors and teachers feel supported by church members and by conference administrators, continue to feel called to ministry, and are engaging in continuing education and development.
Pastors with limited Seventh-day Adventist education are working to complete course work necessary to meet their local BMTE requirements.
Opportunities are given to frontline workers to deepen their passion for and broaden their experience of mission.
Every organization systematically reviews and aligns resources in light of the worldwide mission priorities.
All GC departments increase the availability of their time and resources to the 10/40 Window, large urban areas, and unreached people groups, and GC Treasury presents a report on departmental use of time and resources to the 2023 Spring Meeting of the GC Mission Board.
Increased proportion of international service personnel, volunteers, and Global Mission pioneers serving in the 10/40 Window, in large urban areas, and among unreached people groups.
The GC Treasury appropriations review team recommends to Annual Council ways to allocate more appropriations to the 10/40 Window, large urban areas, and unreached people groups.
The General Conference has, and its entities are working toward, an integrated media plan that maximizes the potential of technology.
GC Stewardship Ministries, in consultation with division counterparts, develops and implements a well-defined strategy for achieving increases in tithe and offerings in each organizational unit that reflect changes in membership and inflation.
Each division has a Stewardship Ministries director who has no other responsibilities in his/her portfolio.
Widespread adoption of approved membership software to enhance accuracy and accountability of records of local church membership.
An orientation process for officers and executive committee members of all units of denominational structure is developed and widely implemented.
Evidence that pastors and church leaders demonstrate the highest standards of integrity and ethical behavior in interpersonal relations and finances.
Divisions annually report progress in achieving the objectives and KPIs of the I Will Go plan: both via an online form, with standardized summative information, and by a presentation at each Annual Council.
Quinquennial reports of GC departments, institutions, and agencies to Annual Council focus on their contribution to achieving the objectives and KPIs of the I Will Go plan.