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The 30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World, is an international movement that began in 1993. It calls the church to make a deliberate but respectful effort to learn about, pray for and reach out to our world’s Muslim neighbors. It coincides annually with the important Islamic month of religious observation — Ramadan, a time of the year when Muslims are much more deeply aware of spiritual matters.
While Media sound bites about Islamic extremism can too easily incite anger, fear and even hatred towards Muslims, we seek to resist this temptation to generalize, and instead, resolve to respond and pray with the mind and heart of Christ.
Join the millions of Christians around the world, and churches and ministries from many denominations, who regularly participate in this largest ongoing prayer focus on the Muslim world. A new full-color prayer guide booklet — available each year in both adult and kids versions — is a proven tool to help Christians to understand and to persistently pray for Muslim neighbors and nations.Find out more »
Using Mobile Phones in Missions is a five-week course that will increase your ministry’s effectiveness by engaging the lost through their mobile device. Each participant will learn to assess the media situation of their target audience, identify opportunities for using their mobile device and implement an appropriate media outreach.
What You'll Get From This Course
* Insight and inspiration on how God is using the mobile revolution as the most recent "Roman road" for the Gospel.
* Foundational training in using your mobile device in ministry (evangelism, discipleship, church planting).
* Connections with expert instructors and like minded peers around the world.
* Culturally and technologically appropriate mobile tools and techniques for your ministry environment.
* Practice in developing media for your own ministry context.
* Resources to provide you further direction after the course.
* Be prayed for each week by a dedicated prayer partner.
Would you like the people in your church to be more intentional about reaching out to immigrants, refugees, and students living in your community? Would you like to learn from other church leaders how they engage their congregation in crossing cultural divides to befriend and share the gospel?
This informal gathering is designed to highlight different ways that churches like yours are training and involving their people in cross-cultural outreach with their neighbors and colleagues. Plan to join us and bring other leaders from your church with you!Find out more »
The vision of Global Outreach Day is of every believer sharing the Gospel on the last Saturday of May every year.
Every believer is a witness! Millions of Christians in over 140 nations are already sharing the Gospel on that day. The goal is for every Christian on this day to reach at least one person with the Gospel message.
The Global Outreach Day (G.O.D.) is a catalyst to mobilize the church for evangelism. This day of action is the first step to a life-style evangelism.Find out more »
DOOR International, Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC), The Seed Company and TWR (Trans World Radio) bring to 14 the members of the Alliance for the Unreached, which hosts the annual International Day for the Unreached (www.dayfortheunreached.org), to be celebrated for the fourth time on June 9, 2019—Pentecost Sunday.
Between them representing many years of activity, a wide range of groundbreaking missions efforts and a large network of supporters, the alliance members are championing the need for greater emphasis on ministry to the 2 billion people in the world who have heard little or nothing of the good news of Jesus.
By informing people more about the needs of these unreached, the alliance hopes to spur greater support for and involvement in new missions endeavors that will help fulfill Jesus' Great Commission to "go into all the world."Find out more »
For the last 40 years, the Association of Christians Ministering Among Internationals (ACMI) has held an annual conference to bring together ministries, local churches and individuals for resourcing, partnership and encouragement towards fulfilling the Great Commission through ministering to international students.
In forty years, this conference has only been held once in Canada, over 20 years ago.
But God is doing something unique in the ‘global country’ of Canada that has caught the attention of the nations and caused her to be chosen as the venue for the 2019 ‘Global Campus’ Conference in the country’s most multiethnic city: Toronto!Find out more »
Want to see your students living out the Great Commission? A week at Lead THE Cause in Chicago is the perfect event to ignite their passion for Christ and for sharing the gospel—for life.
Chicago is a bustling city with over 2 million residents that students will get to share the gospel with throughout Lead THE Cause. Attendees will spend time at iconic landmarks like Millennium Park and Navy Pier, initiating gospel conversations with people from all walks of life. Lodging and training will be at the historic Wheaton College undergraduate campus.
* This is not a function of Wheaton CollegeFind out more »
Set the tone for a school year full of sharing the gospel with a week at Lead THE Cause in Austin! This summer event will train your teens to articulate the gospel message and to live on mission to share it.
Your group will get to experience LTC in a unique way when you attend the event in Austin—the iconic and funky capital of Texas. Over 900,000 people call Austin home and they like to “Keep Austin Weird.” This year, students will receive gospel training at Hyde Park Baptist Church, a church already ministering to people in the heart of the city.Find out more »
This year’s theme is based on Habbakuk 2:14: “For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the LORD as the waters cover the sea.” There is nowhere that God isn’t, and no person beyond his reach. How can we live in the urgency of the moment to reach all peoples of the world?
This year’s theme, “Preoccupied by Love” calls us to give up what holds us back for the sake of others. It calls us to sacrifice from a deep sense of urgency as we look at the world around us—broken, hurting, and without the hope of a God who loves each person beyond measure.Find out more »
500 to 1000 globally representative participants
◼ At least 50% will be from the secular workplace
◼ At least 30% will be women
◼ At least 30% will be younger leaders
◼ Intentional inclusion of voices from all occupations, including blue-collar and ‘no collar’ workers
This invitation-only forum includes an open nomination process of potential participants, followed by a rigorous and prayerful selection process.Find out more »