Loving the Nations Through Adoption
Breakout Session • February 10, 2018 • Diana Thornley
Not everyone is called to leave their local context to go to the nations, but every believer can impact the world through adopting and fostering the next generation. Find out how a family can participate in fathering and mothering children with a global mindset and what the realities are of this type of work.
Singleness In Missions
Breakout Session • February 9, 2018 • Pat Alspaugh and Jennifer Simpson
The scripture tells us that singleness is a gift. Find out how we should use this gift, what a single person can do that a married person cannot in the harvest, and what practical ways a single person can engage the harvest.
Breakout Session • February 10, 2018 • Simon Guillebaud and Onesphore Manirakiza
Simon and Onesphore are a power-house team in Burundi. Most mission efforts fail not because of disease or persecution, but because of team. Find out what to look for in a partner if you are called to harvest work internationally and hear stories of how a solid team can see fruitful work together.
Medical Missions: Short-Term for the Long-Term
Breakout Session • February 9, 2018 • Dr. Bill and Susalee Sasser
Bill and Susalee have been all over the world doing medical missions. Find out from a seasoned couple how you can fulfill the Great Commission by using your medical skill set in a strategic way.
The Gospel to Muslims
Breakout Session • February 9, 2018 • Ali Arhab
Ali is a Muslim-background believer who was radically saved from Islam, and he has seen millions come to Christ in Central North Africa. 86% of Muslims will die without ever hearing the Gospel. Find out how to begin a meaningful Gospel conversation with the Muslims of the world.
Reaching The Unreached
Breakout Session • February 10, 2018 • Chris Stark
Chris serves in Thailand with Paige and their children. Find out what it looks like to engage the massive Gospel call to the over 2 billion people who have yet to hear the Gospel and hear stories of what is like to sow in one of the most difficult countries in the world.