EVENTS: Upcoming Conferences, Courses, and More

Source: Missions Catalyst Events Calendar

August 5-12, ReBoot Re-entry Program (Calgary, AB, Canada). For returning missionary kids, ages 17-20, transitioning to life in Canada.

August 7 to December 10, Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Course (online). Provided by the Perspectives Study Program.

August 14 to December 17, Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Course (online). Provided by the Perspectives Study Program.

August 21-22, Support Raising Bootcamp (Colorado Springs, CO, USA). Provided by Support Raising Solutions.

August 23, Got Workers? Got Training? Equipping the Saints for Overseas Ministry (online). Free webinar from Sixteen:Fifteen.

August 24, Making Teams Work in Missions (online). Webinar from Missio Nexus.

August 31, The Missionary Martyr: What We Can Learn from Those Who Gave Their Lives for Christ (online). Webinar from Missio Nexus.

September 4-17, ORIENT (Joplin, MO, USA). Learn key skills for surviving and thriving cross-culturally. Provided by TRAIN International.

September 4 to December 3, Encountering the World of Islam (online). 12-week course on embracing Muslims with the love of Christ.

September 15-17, Business as Mission Conference (Dallas, TX, USA). Provided by BAM Training.

September 15-17, Evangelical Missiological Society (Dallas, TX, USA). Annual meeting.

September 20-26, Traction (Interlaken, Switzerland). Six-day renewal event for men serving cross-culturally, provided by Catalyst International.

September 20-21, Standards Introductory Workshop presented by Standards of Excellence in Short-term Missions (Dallas, TX, USA). A pre-conference workshop at the Mission Leaders Conference.

September 21-23, Mission Leaders Conference (Dallas, TX, USA). Provided by Missio Nexus.

» View the complete calendar. Please let us know about mistakes or omissions. For more about a specific event, contact event organizers.

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