General Sessions

The General Sessions are the core of Missions Fest Vancouver. They feature world-class leaders in missional thought, deep worship, and story telling through the performing arts. They are dynamic learning opportunities for everyone.


General Sessions

Friday Night

Mark Anderson
Mark Anderson

"You, Me and the Mission Jesus Gave Us..."

Mark Anderson mobilizes Christians all over the globe to see the Gospel taken to the ends of the earth. Mark will start us off this weekend with a look at disciple making as the heartbeat of our mission. 


Saturday Morning

"Finding the Way through Conflict to Reconciliation - A Kingdom Focused Cross Centred Approach"

Reconciliation is one of the key activities that disciples of Jesus are called to participate in. Lisa Loden and Salim Munayer have been navigating the tricky world of reconciliation between Palestinian Christians and Messianic Jews for years. Join them as they share their experience and lessons learned.

Saturday Afternoon

"Discipling from a Place of Abundance"

Ruthie Kim has spent years working with women on the streets of San Francisco where it sometimes feels like life gets squeezed to the margins. Jesus calls us into a relationship with himself so that we can have abundant life - anywhere! Join Ruthie as she shares about renewing your vision for discipling.

Saturday Night

"Discipleship: Challenges and Rewards"

Marcio Garcia has shared the good news of Jesus up and down the coast of Brazil, planting churches along the way. Marcio is now using boats to reach into the Amazon basin. Join him as he reflects on his journey of seeing people become mature followers of Christ.

Sunday Morning: Unified Worship

On Sunday morning, we'll be joining together to worship and share communion. Marcio Garcia and Ruthie Kim will be sharing.

Sunday Afternoon

"Our Conflicted Narratives - Overcoming Obstacles and Building for the Future"

Lisa Loden and Salim Munayer infuse our closing session with a sense of hope and purpose and they explore how reconciliation untangles conflict and sets the stage for a hopeful future.

"Just do it! - The world is waiting."

Mark Anderson closes our weekend together with a call to consider the urgency of the task that we've been given. This is going to be a celebration and time of commissioning, so be sure to join us.