What does our future hold? How do we react to the changes and challenges of the future? How do we create the future? Join us at the annual Mission Leaders Conference as we wrestle with the rapid pace of change and its fallout. This year’s theme, Future Mission, is a challenging look at the future of missions and the Great Commission.
The One More Conference is designed to include anyone who is interested in learning and networking about church missions ministries. This conference will include presenters from across the nation who are knowledgeable about current and developing trends so that your church leaders and missions committees can learn and grow in ways to engage the congregation in the task to reach locally and globally. Small churches, big churches, and everyone in between can gain from the information shared and relationships created at this one day event that is suitable for professionals or lay volunteers. Topics will include how to do local missions, how to send missionaries, how to increase participation from the congregation, and concepts for forming a general biblical philosophy of missions.
Join church and mission leaders, and people from Europe and beyond, to tackle the question of how to reach the Global Youth Culture for Jesus.
This unique, festival-style conference is sure to inspire, energize, and equip you.
Impactful teaching sessions will give crucial insights about the globalized culture we live in. You will be equipped with principles and models (art, music, apologetics, digital, street, etc.) for relevantly sharing Jesus and making disciples among young people who would not usually walk into a church. Intense times of prayer, worship, and community will provide opportunities to connect and unite with Kingdom-minded people from all over the world.
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.
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.
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.
OUR OBJECTIVE – To connect, educate, and equip churches and organizations for integral ministries that transform lives, families, and communities through the power of the Gospel of Jesus.
OUR VISION – We pray that those who attend the 2019 International Wholistic Missions Conference will be called into ACTION, will have opportunities for COLLABORATION with other people and organizations, and learn tools for TRANSFORMATION in their own lives and in communities throughout the world.
OUR VALUES – Integration and Wholism – We recognize an integral relationship between the physical, mental, social, and spiritual. Our programs seek the total development of the whole person and community
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