Sustainable models and testimonies of Gospel impact into unreached, persecuted areas in East Asia. Focus on helping save and serve slaves and other at-risk groups such as: the homeless, migrants, abandoned elderly and mentally and/or physically challenged, and recently released prisoners.
How a missional community in Canada’s poorest neighbourhood equips Christians to live and minister in the slums of Asia. Gain applications for your life.
Discover how adopting Mordecai’s paradigm can stop horrific persecution of Christians in the Middle East and around the world before it takes place.
Returning from a short-term mission trip to N.E. Japan in Aug 2014, veteran missionaries, Tony and Pat give a first-hand current update on the situation there. What effect can be seen after 4 years of dedicated Christian volunteering from both abroad and Japan to the tsunami-stricken area?
God’s bringing the nations to the city. Here’s an equipping strategy featuring 7 vital ministry roles your church can fill to reach the city for Christ.
Thousands of Internationals are in our cities; the opportunity to impact the church from Colombia to the Sudan to Mongolia is huge. Having coffee, a meal or a walk with them has never before had the potential to have such a global impact… Imagine them returning home with Christ in their hearts.
Unpacking our story is crucially important. Reflective listening is one of the greatest gifts we give each other. This seminar provides the benefits of debriefing those involved in missions here and around the world. We will explore roles and responsibilities for missionaries, churches, and mission agencies. Discussion will be welcomed.
Testimonies from the world’s most resistant regions teach us how to be more effective in sharing the love of Jesus with those around us.
Hear testimonies of how Rwanda is coping with its wounds through a knowledge of God’s grace. Beloved and accepted, how do they then extend that grace?
The global demographics of aging presents challenges and opportunities to governments, families and churches. Sometimes the challenges of caring for the aging seem overwhelming. But they also provide opportunities to prayerfully engage in responding to the needs presented by this new reality