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Tuesday, October 29 - 10:30-11:20 a.m.

MC 100 “Living for More than a Funeral”  Come learn and be inspired by stories of recent missionaries who gave their lives for Christ  Andy Miller - SEND International

MC 101 “Doing Short-Term Mission Well”  A frank discussion about the benefits and challenges of short-term mission and how they relate to the completion of the Great Commission.  Africa Inland Mission

MC 103 “Your Part in Reaching the Nations”  Reaching every nation is the responsibility of all disciples.  How can my gifts and abilities be used now and in the future to help fulfill the Great Commission?  We will discuss both short  and longer-term possibilities in Western Europe.  Dave Hobert - Encompass World Partners

MC 106 “Why Should I Care?”  News happens.  Learn why it's important to look at the world of current events through a Great Commission lens.   (This will be guided discussion.)  Ruth Kramer - Mission Network News

MC 107 “God’s Heart for Muslims”  Did you know that almost 1/4 of the world’s population identifies as Muslim? By 2050, it’s estimated that 2.76 billion people will identify as Muslim. The exciting thing is that God has a plan for each and every one of them! He wants them to know him, and to have a share in his kingdom. Come to this session to hear what God is doing among Muslims and how you can be a part of it!  Sarah Hertzler - Frontiers

MC 108 “Gen Z and Ministry”  Gen Z/Millennials are being described in so many ways right now, but I want to talk about how they are changing the world! Let's talk about how God is using and equipping the next generation to reach the nations.  Juli Stokes - Encompass World Partners

MC 109 “A Living Sacrifice (Consecration)”  The main goal of this session is to teach consecration, a life set apart unto God, and how we can make this understandable to children.  Steve Sechrist - Lakeland Child Evangelism Ministries

MC AUD “Social Justice & Mission”  Come to this workshop to hear about ways you can pursue justice in the world and uniquely use your gifts to be a voice for change.  We will be discussing stories together and exploring how God's heart for justice informs how we view missions and global Kingdom work.  Seth McManus - CMF International

MM 105 “Muddy Boots Ministry”  Chaplains bring "God to Soldiers" and "Soldiers to God", as Christians we are all called to bring Christ to those in our "area of influence". This often requires getting our boots a little muddy, loving and caring for others in need and maintaining a "ministry of presence". Come talk about how to do this in all walks of life.  Chaplain (CPT) Cameron Michael - Eagle Commission

MM 106 “If No One Believed in Jesus?”  This is America.  We know people who believe in Jesus.  We know people who don't believe in Jesus.  And sometimes it's hard to tell the difference, because we're all American.  But are there places where no one knows anyone who knows about Jesus?  Does it matter?  We want to answer these questions and give basic tools to see the world as God sees it.  Christar

MM 201 “Religion and Politics”  They say you should never talk about politics or religion.  In the words of Dr. Phil, "How's that working for you?"  Our country is more divided than ever and the church seems unable to make a difference.  Could it be that politics and religion are the most important things to be talking about today?  Gary Rowland - International Project

MM 202 “Launch Sequence-How Do I Start”  Finding our niche in ministry is difficult.  How do you know you are called?  How do I get a job?  Doug Routledge - Crossroads Farm

MM 203 “Moses: An Illustration of God's Grand Recycling Program”  Our great God doesn't waste any of our life experiences!  Biblical Ministries Worldwide

MOCC 106 “Developing a Theology of Suffering”  Everyone will suffer. Believers are told to help the suffering. Our model is Jesus. Though bad things happen, good comes. Jesus identifies with our suffering; we are to identify with His. We should embrace our suffering and seek to learn from it what God intends.  Gayle  Murray - SIM

MOCC 115 “Missions in a Combat Zone”  Using "war stories" to describe what Missions looks like in a combat environment.  Chaplain (LTC) Billy Graham - Eagle Commission/US Army Chaplain Corps

MOCC 201 “Fun and Natural Conversational Evangelism”  Come learn how to share your faith and learning your friends’ stories in a fun way using pictures.  Carolyn Thomas - Cru High School

PH 09 “Sexual Health and Wellness for Men”  Do you wish you had victory over sexual temptation? God has a way to help men achieve sexual health and wholeness.  Marc Wooten – Navigators

PH 10 “CardTalk, TapeTalk, and Current Media: God Uses to Proclaim the Gospel”  An overview of media used during the past 40 years—from pre-electronic to Internet--to proclaim the Gospel. And a look at current technology and how it may be used for sharing the Good News.  Rick Hudson - Fellowship International Mission

PH 109 “More Than A Calling - Do I Have it Takes?”  Why, where and how we do missions and an assessment process to help determine your place and fit as a Kingdom worker.  Joe Kobriger - World Team

RC 151 “Church Sucks! Part 1”  Statistics show that large numbers of young people raised in churches quit attending during college and never go back. What’s wrong with the church that is causing this exodus? How can we fix it? We cannot reach the world if we cannot reach our own children.  John Shirk - Urban Encounter

SC 210 “Effective Communication through Story Telling.”  Learn effective communication through telling Bible lesson while using our five scenes  to relate to peoples inner feelings.  Paul Spotts - RBM Ministries

SC 214 “7 Keys to Success”  What do I need to possess to be successful? This seminar will challenge individuals to see what is really important to determine if they are ready for serving the Lord (whether at home or overseas).   Bob Murray – SIM

SC 216 “Why Serve as a Chaplain?”  The stories of three young evangelical chaplains, their call, and their ministries will be shared.  Chaplain (Colonel) Mark Penfold - Eagle Commission / Charis Fellowship

SC 252 “What Inside Out Youth is About” We are inviting you to Inside Out's Summer Fun Program that consist of various activities such as: Community Movie Nights , Mentoring, Field Trips, Christmas in July and Youth basketball Tournament.  GRACE Students will receive lots of food, free housing, an opportunity to share ministry gifts in music, speaking, dance, and sharing the Gospel! Aaron Hostetter – Inside Out

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Tuesday, October 29 - 9:15-10:15 p.m.

MC 101 “What now?”  So you think God is telling you to serve cross-culturally, what now? We will discuss the practical and logistical steps (choosing an agency, raising support, etc.) to get from where you are to cross-cultural service.  Africa Inland Mission

MC 103 “Preparing for Ministry While a College Student.”  We'll discuss the foundational spiritual habits, and how to build them, which prepare for successful future ministry. The principles that Paul taught Timothy in 2 Timothy 2:2 will be explored and discussed.  Tom Young – Navigators

MC 106 “Finding Your Place In The Story”  We'll discuss advocacy, awareness and action in a big world of current events. (This will be guided discussion.)  Ruth Kramer - Mission Network News

MC 107 “Going Where There Are No Campfires”  Did you know that there are 7 churches for every McDonalds in the United States? Yet there are so many places around the world that have never heard of Jesus! Come to this session to learn about the farthest frontiers that are yet to be reached, and how you can play a part in it.  Sarah Hertzler – Frontiers

MC 108 “A Discussion on Missions in our World Today”  The Great Commission calls us to "God and make disciples of ALL NATIONS..." How is the church doing to reach all of the nations? Let's have a discussion about what this looks like in the world today and how we can participate from anywhere in the world.  Juli Stokes - Encompass World Partners

MC 109 “Drawing in the Net  (The Invitation)”  Topics covered will be: Why should you give an invitation?  Principles for giving an invitation.  Procedures for giving an invitation.  Steps in giving an invitation.  Examples of giving an invitation.  Steve Sechrist - Lakeland Child Evangelism Ministries

MC AUD “Short-term Missions: Do They Suck?”  Maybe you or a friend have been on that spring break mission trip.  Are trips like that really helping?  Is all the money and time worth it?  Are there different ways to do missions that have more of an impact?  Come join this workshop where we will get to discuss the good, bad, and ugly of short-term missions and have important discussion on how we can do better.  Seth McManus - CMF International

MM 105 “Military Family Life”  All missions works comes with sacrifice and those sacrifices are made by the entire family. The military is no exception, and yet it provides wonderful opportunities for the entire family to flourish and develop new strengths for life and ministry. Come learn about the great challenges, and wonderful joys of doing ministry as a military family.  Chaplain (CPT) Cameron Michael - Eagle Commission

MM 106 “Theology of Great Commission Work”  "I'm going on a mission trip!"  It's become almost as common as "I'm going to spend a month with my grandparents!"  How can we be sure it's a "Great Commission" trip?  We'll drill down into the Bible to find the building blocks of being "sent ones" in order to sharpen our focus.  Christar

MM 201 “Responding to the Sins of American Christianity”  The Church in America, in some ways, has strayed from God's purpose and design.  We will examine several overarching deviations from God's plan and discuss ways that young Christians today can respond.  Gary Rowland - International Project

MM 202 “Stranger Things”  The romance of the mission field vs the reality-let's face facts, most of us are afraid to be called to the mission field...besides, I have school loans for which to pay...  Doug Routledge - Crossroads Farm

MM 203 “Stewardship of our Body”  Self care as a means of prolonging and invigorating ministry.  Biblical Ministries Worldwide

MOCC 106 “Moral Purity”  Those who love and serve the Lord sometimes minimize the dangers of moral impurity. However, the demands of serving others or the stress of living cross-culturally can cause one to feel lonely, needy and vulnerable. Satan uses these feelings to attack. We need to plan ahead and deliberately choose a path of obedience, to take steps to illuminate the road and to recognize and heed warning signs.  Gayle  Murray – SIM

MOCC 115 “Missions in Pluralistic Environment”  Discussion of ministry to other faith groups, while maintaining your faith with the goal of ensuring the freedom of religion for all.  Chaplain (LTC) Billy Graham - Eagle Commission/US Army Chaplain Corps

MOCC 201  “Short Films”  Learn how to use Short Films in every language and culture to share the Gospel!  Carolyn Thomas - Cru High School

PH 10 “The Gospel in 3-D”  The three primary cultural dimensions of the world are guilt/innocence, honor/shame, and fear/power. We naturally share the Gospel from one of the three. Cross-cultural awareness however requires us to be adept at communicating in all three. Learn how to contextualize the Gospel for guilt/innocence, honor/shame, and fear/power audiences.  Rick Hudson - Fellowship International Mission

PH 109 “Crossing Borders at Home - Reaching the Unreached in America”  Hear how World Team missionaries are bringing the gospel to our new neighbors right here in the U.S. through the International Neighborhood Network.  Joe Kobriger - World Team

RC 151 “Church Sucks! Part 2”  This seminar will follow up Church Sucks! Part 1 with a closer look at how to address the flaws and problems within the church today that are holding us back from reaching the world.  John Shirk - Urban Encounter

SC 210 “After the Decision is Made, Follow Up!”  Ideas on how to start that new believer growing in their relationship with the Lord.  Paul Spotts - RBM Ministries

SC 214 “7 Keys to Success”  What do I need to possess to be successful? This seminar will challenge individuals to see what is really important to determine if they are ready for serving the Lord (whether at home or overseas).   Bob Murray - SIM

SC 216 “Preparing for Missions in a Stressful World”    Kurt - Café 1040

SC 252 “The Cost of Saying Yes to God”  Missions can often be glamorized and romanticized by the sending church. Sometimes, the highs of serving in the Great Commission can be pretty amazing and rewarding. But what about the lows? The dark valleys? In this seminar, we will hear personal testimony on both the peaks and the valleys of being obedient to God’s call and why the cost is worth it.  Joe Rasbaugh - World Gospel Mission

 

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Wednesday, October 30 - 12:30-1:30 p.m.

MC 100 “What Is My Role?”  Whether you are feeling "called" to go internationally or stay domestic, we each have a role. What is yours?  Traver Butcher – TEAM

MC 101 “Doing Short-Term Mission Well”  A frank discussion about the benefits and challenges of short-term mission and how they relate to the completion of the Great Commission.  Africa Inland Mission

MC 103 “Your Part in Reaching the Nations”  Reaching every nation is the responsibility of all disciples.  How can my gifts and abilities be used now and in the future to help fulfill the Great Commission?  We will discuss both short  and longer-term possibilities in Western Europe.  Dave Hobert - Encompass World Partners

MC 106 “Why Should I Care?”  News happens.  Learn why it's important to look at the world of current events through a Great Commission lens.   (This will be guided discussion.)  Ruth Kramer - Mission Network News

MC 107 “The Cost of Saying Yes to God”  Missions can often be glamorized and romanticized by the sending church. Sometimes, the highs of serving in the Great Commission can be pretty amazing and rewarding. But what about the lows? The dark valleys? In this seminar, we will hear personal testimony on both the peaks and the valleys of being obedient to God’s call and why the cost is worth it.  Joe Rasbaugh - World Gospel Mission

MC 108 “Gen Z and Ministry”  Gen Z/Millennials are being described in so many ways right now, but I want to talk about how they are changing the world! Let's talk about how God is using and equipping the next generation to reach the nations.  Juli Stokes - Encompass World Partners

MC 109 “A Living Sacrifice (Consecration)”  The main goal of this session is to teach consecration, a life set apart unto God, and how we can make this understandable to children.  Steve Sechrist - Lakeland Child Evangelism Ministries

MC AUD “Social Justice & Mission”  Come to this workshop to hear about ways you can pursue justice in the world and uniquely use your gifts to be a voice for change.  We will be discussing stories together and exploring how God's heart for justice informs how we view missions and global Kingdom work.  Seth McManus - CMF International

MM 106 “Teaching Cross Culturally”  This seminar will look at how to teach students of any culture or from any background.  It will look at tools and methods to maximize your student’s understanding and achievement.  Bob Murray – SIM

MM 201 “Religion and Politics”  They say you should never talk about politics or religion.  In the words of Dr. Phil, "How's that working for you?"  Our country is more divided than ever and the church seems unable to make a difference.  Could it be that politics and religion are the most important things to be talking about today?  Gary Rowland - International Project

MM 202 “Developing a Theology of Suffering”  Everyone will suffer. Believers are told to help the suffering. Our model is Jesus. Though bad things happen, good comes. Jesus identifies with our suffering; we are to identify with His. We should embrace our suffering and seek to learn from it what God intends.  Gayle  Murray - SIM

MM 203 “Moses: An Illustration of God's Grand Recycling Program”  Our great God doesn't waste any of our life experiences!  Biblical Ministries Worldwide

MOCC 115 “Missions in a Combat Zone”  Using "war stories" to describe what Missions looks like in a combat environment.  Chaplain (LTC) Billy Graham - Eagle Commission/US Army Chaplain Corps

MOCC 201 “Fun and Natural Conversational Evangelism”  Come learn how to share your faith and learning your friends’ stories in a fun way using pictures.  Carolyn Thomas - Cru High School

PH 09 “More Than A Calling - Do I Have it Takes?”  Why, where and how we do missions and an assessment process to help determine your place and fit as a Kingdom worker.  Joe Kobriger - World Team

PH 10 “CardTalk, TapeTalk, and Current Media: God Uses to Proclaim the Gospel”  An overview of media used during the past 40 years—from pre-electronic to Internet--to proclaim the Gospel. And a look at current technology and how it may be used for sharing the Good News.  Rick Hudson - Fellowship International Mission

RC 151 “Church Sucks! Part 1”  Statistics show that large numbers of young people raised in churches quit attending during college and never go back. What’s wrong with the church that is causing this exodus? How can we fix it? We cannot reach the world if we cannot reach our own children.  John Shirk - Urban Encounter

SC 210 “Muddy Boots Ministry”  Chaplains bring "God to Soldiers" and "Soldiers to God", as Christians we are all called to bring Christ to those in our "area of influence". This often requires getting our boots a little muddy, loving and caring for others in need and maintaining a "ministry of presence". Come talk about how to do this in all walks of life.  Chaplain (CPT) Cameron Michael - Eagle Commission

SC 216 “If No One Believed in Jesus?”  This is America.  We know people who believe in Jesus.  We know people who don't believe in Jesus.  And sometimes it's hard to tell the difference, because we're all American.  But are there places where no one knows anyone who knows about Jesus?  Does it matter?  We want to answer these questions and give basic tools to see the world as God sees it.  Christar

 

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Thursday, October 31 - 3:30-4:30 p.m.

MC 100 “What Is My Role?”  Whether you are feeling "called" to go internationally or stay domestic, we each have a role. What is yours?  Traver Butcher – TEAM

MC 101 “What now?”  So you think God is telling you to serve cross-culturally, what now? We will discuss the practical and logistical steps (choosing an agency, raising support, etc.) to get from where you are to cross-cultural service.  Africa Inland Mission

MC 103 “Preparing for Ministry While a College Student.”  We'll discuss the foundational spiritual habits, and how to build them, which prepare for successful future ministry. The principles that Paul taught Timothy in 2 Timothy 2:2 will be explored and discussed.  Tom Young – Navigators

MC 106 “Finding Your Place In The Story”  We'll discuss advocacy, awareness and action in a big world of current events. (This will be guided discussion.)  Ruth Kramer - Mission Network News

MC 107 “Short-term Missions: Do They Suck?”  Maybe you or a friend have been on that spring break mission trip.  Are trips like that really helping?  Is all the money and time worth it?  Are there different ways to do missions that have more of an impact?  Come join this workshop where we will get to discuss the good, bad, and ugly of short-term missions and have important discussion on how we can do better.  Seth McManus - CMF International

MC 108 “A Discussion on Missions in our World Today”  The Great Commission calls us to "God and make disciples of ALL NATIONS..." How is the church doing to reach all of the nations? Let's have a discussion about what this looks like in the world today and how we can participate from anywhere in the world.  Juli Stokes - Encompass World Partners

MC 109 “Drawing in the Net  (The Invitation)”  Topics covered will be: Why should you give an invitation?  Principles for giving an invitation.  Procedures for giving an invitation.  Steps in giving an invitation.  Examples of giving an invitation.  Steve Sechrist - Lakeland Child Evangelism Ministries

MM 105 “Why Serve as a Chaplain?”  The stories of three young evangelical chaplains, their call, and their ministries will be shared.  Chaplain (Colonel) Mark Penfold - Eagle Commission / Charis Fellowship

Media Projector MM 106 “Teaching Cross Culturally”  This seminar will look at how to teach students of any culture or from any background.  It will look at tools and methods to maximize your student’s understanding and achievement.  Bob Murray – SIM

MM 201 “Responding to the Sins of American Christianity”  The Church in America, in some ways, has strayed from God's purpose and design.  We will examine several overarching deviations from God's plan and discuss ways that young Christians today can respond.  Gary Rowland - International Project

MM 202 “Moral Purity”  Those who love and serve the Lord sometimes minimize the dangers of moral impurity. However, the demands of serving others or the stress of living cross-culturally can cause one to feel lonely, needy and vulnerable. Satan uses these feelings to attack. We need to plan ahead and deliberately choose a path of obedience, to take steps to illuminate the road and to recognize and heed warning signs.  Gayle  Murray – SIM

MM 203 “Stewardship of our Body”  Self care as a means of prolonging and invigorating ministry.  Biblical Ministries Worldwide

MOCC 115 “Missions in Pluralistic Environment”  Discussion of ministry to other faith groups, while maintaining your faith with the goal of ensuring the freedom of religion for all.  Chaplain (LTC) Billy Graham - Eagle Commission/US Army Chaplain Corps

MOCC 201  “Short Films”  Learn how to use Short Films in every language and culture to share the Gospel!  Carolyn Thomas - Cru High School

PH 09 “Crossing Borders at Home - Reaching the Unreached in America”  Hear how World Team missionaries are bringing the gospel to our new neighbors right here in the U.S. through the International Neighborhood Network.  Joe Kobriger - World Team

PH 10 “The Gospel in 3-D”  The three primary cultural dimensions of the world are guilt/innocence, honor/shame, and fear/power. We naturally share the Gospel from one of the three. Cross-cultural awareness however requires us to be adept at communicating in all three. Learn how to contextualize the Gospel for guilt/innocence, honor/shame, and fear/power audiences.  Rick Hudson - Fellowship International Mission

RC 151 “Church Sucks! Part 2”  This seminar will follow up Church Sucks! Part 1 with a closer look at how to address the flaws and problems within the church today that are holding us back from reaching the world.  John Shirk - Urban Encounter

SC 210 “Military Family Life”  All missions works comes with sacrifice and those sacrifices are made by the entire family. The military is no exception, and yet it provides wonderful opportunities for the entire family to flourish and develop new strengths for life and ministry. Come learn about the great challenges, and wonderful joys of doing ministry as a military family.  Chaplain (CPT) Cameron Michael - Eagle Commission

SC 214 “Preparing for Missions in a Stressful World”    Kurt - Café 1040

SC 216 “Theology of Great Commission Work”  "I'm going on a mission trip!"  It's become almost as common as "I'm going to spend a month with my grandparents!"  How can we be sure it's a "Great Commission" trip?  We'll drill down into the Bible to find the building blocks of being "sent ones" in order to sharpen our focus.  Christar

SC 252 “Living for More than a Funeral”  Come learn and be inspired by stories of recent missionaries who gave their lives for Christ  Andy Miller - SEND International

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