Agree 21, the annual prayer convocation originating from the Church of God International Offices, recently announced the keynote speakers for the 2-day event.
Agree 21 was re-scheduled from the first week of January to March 2 and 3. It will be livestreamed virtually from the International Offices Leadership and Communications Center.
The Agree convocation has been a staple of the International Offices since 2017. It has included morning services with a live audience and prayer in the evenings. This year all will be combined into two evening services with no audience due to Covid-19 protocols. Services begin at 7:00 p.m.
Nightly speakers for Agree 21 are Jason Daughdrill on Tuesday, followed by Jonathon Zeigler on Wednesday. Daughdrill leads Gateway Church in Shelbyville, Tennessee. has been experiencing a journey of revitalization over the last five years, growing by 1000% and embracing a vision for multiplication. Jason serves on the USA Missions Board and the Church Planting & Revitalization Board for the Church of God.
Zeigler, who will highlight the Wednesday evening service, is a world renowned evangelist, an adjutant for revival, and a soul winning statesman for the body of Christ. He leads Jonathon Zeigler Ministries, based in Atlanta.
Both speakers are graduates of Lee University.
The two livestreams will be led by hosts General Overseer Tim Hill and Church of God Prayer Coordinator Doug Small. In addition to the keynote messages, the hosts will lead in a time of prayer for needs to the church, nation, and world. There will also be special musical performances, both live and pre-recorded.
The livestream will originate through the Church of God Facebook page (COGHQ) and on YouTube.com.