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Assembly 2017 - Anglican Global Mission Partners Sub-conference: All are welcome!

Assembly 2017 - Anglican Global Mission Partners Sub-conference: All are welcome!

Registration Now Open for Assembly 2017
June 27-30 Wheaton, Illinois
Global Family, Local Mission, Shared Gospel
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Assembly is not just for delegates.

And each Assembly participant is cordially invited to attend the Anglican Global Mission Partners’ (AGMP) sub-conference to learn together how to grow your local church in depth and breadth through engaging in mission beginning at your doorstep. Join for any or all of the following mission-equipping workshops in Blanchard Room 324, unless otherwise noted. You are also invited to the Tuesday evening welcoming Ice Cream Social, 7-10 pm, in the exhibit hall located in the Beamer Center!

Sessions & Schedule

Wednesday, June 28, 2pm Who Really is My Neighbor? ~ Stories of Love around the World

Hear stories that will inspire you to engage in mission beginning at your doorstep and extending out to the world. From engaging international students and those struggling with addiction and poverty in the U.S. to sending short-term and long-term missionaries to take the Gospel farther afield, these speakers will help you envision who your neighbors might be and how you can share the love of Jesus with them!

Lisa Espineli Chinn: Former IVCF, International Student Ministry Director
Grant & Wendy LeMarquand: SAMS Missionaries in Gambela, Ethiopia
Herb Bailey: Church Army, Uncommon Grounds Café Director
Glen Petta: SOMA, U.S. Director

Wednesday, June 28, 4pm Do Something: Practical Steps to Doing Mission on Our Doorstep

Start applying now what you are hearing by taking steps to cross cultures nearby, reach out to those from other religious, socio-economic and racial/ethnic backgrounds, involve young people, and minister to those dealing with life issues. You’ll hear about outreach ideas and practical ways to connect with those still far from Christ that will get you out of the pew and into your community!

Daryl Fenton: CMJ, Executive Director
Chris Royer: AFM, Director
Georgette Forney: AFL, President
Kerry and Cynthia Buttram: SAMS Missionaries in Cairo, Egypt

Thursday, June 29, 2pm Ed Stetzer: “Gospel Multiplication & Roland Allen” in Edman Chapel

We encourage all of our sub-conference attendees to attend this Always Forward session with plenary speaker Ed Stetzer, Executive Director of the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College. He will be drawing from the missiology of Roland Allen, a British Anglican missionary who served in China in the early 1900s. Allen became an early advocate of establishing churches which from the beginning would be self-supporting, self-propagating, and self-governing, adapted to local conditions and not merely imitations of Western Christianity. Ed Stetzer helps us to think “missionally!”

Thursday, June 29, 4pm Growing Missional Parishes

Whether you are the only “mission-minded” person in your parish or your parish is on fire for missions, come and discover new resources that will help your church grow AND equip more people to go to the mission field, domestically and internationally. You’ll leave knowing how to take the next step towards a deeper missional DNA in your congregational context.

Jenny Noyes: New Wineskins Missionary Network, Executive Director
Bill Jerdan: Reformed Episcopal Church Board of Foreign Missions, Exec. Secretary
Nate Twichell: Agape Year Director, a gap year sponsored through AGMP
Lollie Twyman: Diocese of Ft. Worth World Mission Committee Chair

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