Discover how God is working in the Americas and around the world. Gain insights into proven strategies for field partnerships and short-term trips.
Develop skills and identify resources that will help your church engage the lost.
Explore opportunities to go to the nations.
Important: All equipping sessions will be repeated each night. You will have the opportunity to attend two different sessions. The number of participants per session is limited, so register now!
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Explore the importance of cities in the task of making Christ known globally. Consider how your church can join the strategies of global city teams. Topics include prayer strategies, building relationships with national partners, and starting biblically healthy churches.
Storying God’s Word
Get an overview of how to share the gospel effectively in non-literate (oral) cultures. Learn the basics about worldview and preparing appropriate stories so that you can communicate in ways oral peoples will understand.
Culturally-Appropriate Gospel Presentations
Practice specific evangelism methods adaptable to various cultures that you can use and teach to others.
Get ideas for how to creatively involve students from your congregation as valuable co-laborers in your mission strategy.
Building Ministry to Last
Retool your approach to cross-cultural missions by discovering ministry methods that make a sustainable difference in the lives of the lost without fostering dependency.
Sending Church Strategy
Learn how to develop a passion for missions in your congregation, as well as ways to select and prepare short-term and long-term missionaries from your church.
Peoples Next Door and Abroad
Discover the purpose, strategies, and tools for engaging people groups, whether they are next door or overseas. Begin to identify people groups who reside next door to you, learn about their worldview, and hear practical tips for engaging them.
The Missionary Task
Experienced field missionaries will guide you in the basics of the missionary task: entry, cross-cultural evangelism, discipleship, healthy church formation, leadership development, and transition when the task is done.
Event begins 7 p.m., January 6 and 7 and concludes both nights at 9 p.m.
Registration closes on December 21st