EVENTS: Upcoming Conferences, Training, and More

Source: Missions Catalyst Events Calendar

March 2, Refugees: How Should the Church Respond? (online). Free webinar from Sixteen:Fifteen, with Engage Global.

March 3, C1 to C6 Spectrum After 15 Years (online). Webinar from Missio Nexus.

March 3-5, Mind the Gaps Conference (Redlands, CA, USA). Engaging churches in missionary care.

March 5, Sending New Missionaries (Johnson City, TN, USA). One-day workshop provided by Catalyst Services.

March 8, Refugee Crisis: Trojan Horse or Macedonian Call? (online). Free, web-based, interactive conversation from The Mission Table.

March 10, The W-Spectrum: Exploring Paradigms of Ministry in Islamic Contexts. Webinar from Missio Nexus.

March 11-12, Muslim ConneXion (Portland, OR, USA). Training event provided by Mission ConneXion.

March 11-12, People Raising Conference (Oak Brook, IL, USA). Be equipped for raising personal support.

March 13-19, Recalibrate! (Aurora, IN, USA). Five days of group and personal missionary debriefing. Offered again in November.

March 14-15, Support Raising Bootcamp (Rogers, AR, USA). Provided by Support Raising Solutions.

March 17, Beyond the Local Church: The Necessity of Apostolic People and Structures in the Mission of God (online). Webinar from Missio Nexus.

March 18-19, Kingdom Business Conference (Charleston, SC, USA). Provided by Charleston Southern University.

March 18-20, Jesus to the Nations (Halifax, NS, Canada). Free, annual, community-based mission festival for all ages.

March 21-24, Engaging Islam (Hong Kong). Evangelism training course provided by Horizons International.

March 23, How Senior Pastors Catch Missions Vision (online). Free webinar from Sixteen:Fifteen, with Catalyst Services.

April 1-2, The Journey Deepens (Portland, OR, USA). A weekend retreat for prospective missionaries. Provided by Mission Next and Mission ConneXion.

April 3-8, ABIDE (Joplin, MO, USA). Re-entry and debriefing for singles, couples, and families provided by TRAIN International.

April 4-June 26, Encountering the World of Islam (online). Course on embracing Muslims with the love of Christ.

April 6, OnMission (online). This is a free, virtual, 4-hour conference focused on issues and subjects relevant to church mission leaders.

April 9, Care Connexion (Beaverton, OR, USA). Workshop for churches about creating teams to care for their missionaries.

April 11, Sending Church Roundtable (Louisville, KY, USA). Asking: How can sending churches do global missions well? Hosted by Sojourn Church and Upstream Collective.

April 12, Does Child Sponsorship Really Work? (online). Free, web-based, interactive conversation from The Mission Table.

April 13-15, Crisis Management Seminar (Lake George, CO, USA). Learn how to develop a competent security and crisis management program; Crisis Consulting International.

April 14, Global Day of Prayer for the 4/14 Window (global). Praying for the world’s children (especially those aged 4-14).

April 16, Bridges Seminar (Lancaster, PA, USA). Building bridges to reach Muslims. Provided by Crescent Project.

April 17-20, Field Security Seminar (Lake George, CO, USA). Skills for field staff working in dangerous environments around the world; Crisis Consulting International.

April 18-19, Support Raising Bootcamp (Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA). Provided by Support Raising Solutions.

April 20, Knowing Who to Send: Predicting Missionary Fruitfulness and Failure (online). Free Webinar from Sixteen:Fifteen, with Pioneers.

April 25 to May 8, ORIENT (Joplin, MO, USA). Learn key skills for surviving and thriving cross-culturally. Provided by TRAIN Internationals. Also offered September 5-18.

April 25-28, Thrive Retreat (Fortaleza, Brazil). For North American women serving cross-culturally.

April 27-29, Northwest Mission Leaders Conference (Raymond, WA, USA). Theme: Changing Church Culture. Sponsored by World Venture.

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