Events: Missions Conferences and More in April

Source: Missions Catalyst Events Calendar

April 3, Understanding GenZ (online). Peer2Peer webinar for church mission leaders from Missio Nexus.

April 3-6, Gather 2024 (online). A virtual retreat for women from any nation serving outside their home culture. Provided by Thrive, which is also planning in-person retreats coming up aboard a cruise ship in the Caribbean in May (though that one’s full!) and in Sicily, October 14-17.

April 4, COVID-19 Traumatic Stress Among Missionaries Serving Cross-Culturally (online). Webinar from Missio Nexus.

April 5, Call to Prayer: Night of Power (virtual event). A prayer gathering for members of Missio Nexus.

April 8 to August 11, Perspectives on the World Christian Movement (online). New online classes begin regularly.

April 9-11, Global Missional AI Summit (Orlando, FL, USA).

April 10-11, The Mobilized Church (Atlanta, GA, USA). Discover keys to unlocking your church’s mission potential; offered by Sixteen:Fifteen.

April 16, Contend: Monthly Day of Prayer for Mission Mobilization (global). Coordinated by GMMI and held on the third Tuesday of each month.

April 18, Risk and Short-Term Mission (online). Webinar from Missio Nexus.

April 18, Find Your Most Impactful Stories (online). Peer2Peer virtual gathering for mission communications professionals, provided by Missio Nexus.

April 19-20, Help! We’re Going on a Short-Term Trip (Blacksburg, VA, USA). Provided by CULTURELink.

April 20, Engage Missions (Fort Washington, PA, USA). A conference equipping believers to engage in world missions; offered by WEC International.

April 22-23, Support Raising Bootcamp (Indianapolis, IN, USA). Provided by Via, formerly Support Raising Solutions. More classes are held around the world throughout the year.

April 29 to July 28, Encountering the World of Islam (online). Also available in other formats and languages; new online classes start several times a year.

View the complete calendar, updated regularly. Submissions welcome.

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