Do you desire to share your faith with English learners? We will present and discuss how to use English clubs, movie nights, and camps in ministry. Examples and experiences will be shared from a context of post-Soviet countries, but the principles can be applied broadly. Training in teaching English is not required.
Come hear stories about how God is using students to lead their friends to faith in their small groups in unprecedented numbers. This seminar will both inspire you and equip you to call your friends to faith in your small group this year.
Each year more Latino students arrive on campus and find few ministries that are intentionally welcoming and reaching them with the gospel. This seminar will help you reach them by focusing on practical ways to start new Latino ministries on campus.
How can we share the gospel in culturally relevant and sensitive ways? We’ll discuss attitudes and approaches that help us become “all things to all people to win some for Christ” and learn from stories about successes and mistakes. Bring your questions and a desire to have God use you.
Migration blurs the boundary between home and international missions. About twelve hundred unreached people groups live in the West. Disciple-making resulting in churches is a biblical way to reach, equip, partner, and send the nations to the nations. This seminar addresses migration and church multiplication with particular attention on North America.
Chinese are coming to North America in ever greater numbers, often as international students but increasingly as immigrants. Many of them are incredibly open to Christian faith. This seminar will examine some Chinese cultural values. We’ll consider how to bridge the cultural gap and build friendships with our Chinese neighbors.
Whether you are a student who wants to start a missional group on campus, a church leader who wants to reach your local college, or a faculty member who wants to mentor Christian students, this seminar will give you proven principles which you can adapt for your own college context.
Romans 10:15 says, “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news,” yet many women feel like we are not cut out for evangelism. Fear, insecurity, and awkwardness can hinder witness, but Jesus has amazing purposes for women. Come discover how you too have beautiful feet.