Do you have a desire to serve in missions, but are not sure what steps you should take next? Advance the Gospel Conference is for those in their 20s and 30s who are looking to take the next step toward reaching the nations. The conference will have a strong emphasis on overseas missions, but will also include workshops for those interested in cross-cultural ministry at home.
General sessions and workshop topics will cover areas like business as missions, training nationals, culture shock, and many more.
We pray this conference will encourage you to continue on the path Christ has laid out for you, instruct you in the best way to navigate that path, and connect you with people to walk along the path with you.
The Advance the Gospel conference is an exciting and necessary opportunity that should not be missed by those who seek to assure their missions efforts are consistent with New Testament principles.
Training national pastors is a key part of church planting.
Helping missionaries respond to ever changing circumstances.
Business as Mission takes extra preparation.
Folk religion is more prevalent than you might expect.
Necessary, challenging, rewarding, tentmaking requires a fine balance of work and ministry.
It isn't easy to go to a new culture, but it isn't easy to come back either.
Pentecostalism is changing global missions.
Teaching English is the easist way to access most countries today.
What missions looks like for a single lady.
The progress of missions in Africa.
International student ministry on college campuses.
A biblical view on a woman's role on the mission field.
Explore options for working and ministering in a restricted access country.
Rapid church planting movements are risky.
Biblical principles and practical ways the church should be involved in missions.
Information Technology is one of the many skills you can use on the mission field.
Bringing missions full circle the field becomes the workers.
Ministering to diverse communities in North America.
Raising support is necessary and even rewarding.