Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God. According to Jesus, this mission must move us to not only see the Gospel impact our neighbors, but also the nations. (Matthew 28:19). Since we cannot be everywhere, our church looks to send and support those who will take the gospel to the nations on our behalf. But with this commitment comes several questions we must consider:
- How does our church decide about sending and supporting missionaries?
- What exactly is a missionary? Is anyone engaging in cross-cultural ministry considered a missionary?
- Is that even a necessary distinction?
- Should there be different levels of support based on the type of ministry?
These are all questions that our church must ask if we are going to be strategic with our time, people, and money. That’s why this year our Missions Conference is designed to help our church hone in on a strategy for Sending and Supporting for the Sake of His Name.
Make your plans to come together on February 9-12 as we explain a biblical philosophy and develop a practical strategy for how we as a church will get the gospel to the nations!
2020 Conference mission team representatives:
- Derek & Allyson – SE Asia
- Nick & Julia B – SE Asia
- Jarred & Becca Mitchell – SLC
- Paul & Abbey Campbell – SLC
- Ryan & Tricia McCammack – ATL
- David & Kim Huffman – ATL
- Chago & Trinette Curling – Texas/Mexico
- Preston & Zoey Flynt – Black Forest Academy, GER
- Victoria Hall – KSU (CRU)
- Fran & Daphne Chavarria – LBC
- Paul & Joan Seger – BMW
- Clark & Tricia Mccaulay – BMW
- Brian & Sharon Detandt – LBC
- Dick & Carol Hester – BMW
Download the Missons Conference Booklet. This includes the schedule and other information for the conference.