Here is a list of our past and current webinars for your easy access:
Crowdsourcing Missions via Remote Work – presented on November 17th by Andrew Feng.
Organization Initiatives for Sexual Wholeness – presented on November 10th by Carl Kishbaugh and Dennis Martin.
So You Wanna Have a Podcast? – presented on November 3rd by Morgan Lee.
First Things First – Unreached and Unengaged – presented on October 20th by Mike Latsko.
The Platform Revolution in Missions: Connecting Everyone to Everywhere on God’s mission – presented on October 6th by Dr. Bruce Wilson and Mitchell Elequin
Don’t Waste Your Conference! How to make the most of a networking event – presented on September 15th by Steve Moore.
Exploring Issues of Sexuality on the Mission Field – presented on September 8th by Michele Okimura. [Recording link coming soon]
Missional Marketing | Building Messages that Matter – presented on September 1st by Brandon West.
A New Word: Redeploying Returning Missionaries among Diaspora People – presented on August 26th by A.C. Hawthorne, Mark Avery, John Baxter and Rebecca Epley.
Communications and the Mission of God: Aligning organizational communications with God’s purposes – presented on August 18th by Dawn Kruger and Florence Wamae.
An Introduction to the Theology and Practice of Cross-Cultural Risk – presented on May 26th by Neal and Anna Hampton.
Peer 2 Peer for Marketing and Communications Staff: Foundations for an Effective Communications Department – presented on May 17th by Dave Wied, founders of Outward Heart.
Results of Mobilization Research – presented on May 12th by David Jacob, founder and director of the Center for Missionary Mobilization and Retention.
Peer 2 Peer for Marketing and Communications Staff: Harvesting Those Ripe Fields – Digital Marketing for the Kingdom – presented on April 28th by Paul Merrill, a Digital Marketing Professional working for HTLF, a bank holding company.
The Cost of Missing Half the Church: Let’s Not Fear a Re-look – presented on Apr 21st at 12:00 PM ET by Dr. Sandra Glahn, professor of Media Arts and Worship at Dallas Theological Seminary and the author of more than twenty books.
Risk in Missions – Practical insights for Agencies and Churches – presented on April 19th by Derek Gard and Kyle Johnson with Brotherhood Mutual; Josh Heidelman with the law firm Castañeda + Heidelman LLP.
Attributes-based training: How to help new workers make it on the field – presented on April 14th by Dr. Ed Scheuerman, Professor and Director of the Intercultural Studies Program at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School.
Caring Preventively for Third Culture Kids – presented on March 31st by Lauren Wells, Founder and Director at TCK Training and author of books: Raising Up a Generation of Healthy Third Culture Kids: A Practical Guide to Preventive Care, The Grief Tower, and Unstacking Your Grief Tower.
Simplifying Muslim Outreach – presented on March 17th by a Muslim Ministry Specialist at OM.
Peer 2 Peer for Marketing and Communications Staff: Web Design Strategy – presented on March 10th by Zach Leighton is the Founder and Principal Creative of Reliant Creative.
Afghan Arrivals Big Picture and Great Commission Opportunities – presented on Mar 3rd by Pat Hatch, Refugee and Immigrant Ministry Director, PCA Mission to North America.
Peer 2 Peer for Marketing and Communications Staff: What is Your Brand Score? and Why Does it Matter to your Donors? – presented on February 24th by Jinu Thomas, CEO, Rethink Creative.
Field Onboarding and Retention – presented on February 17th by Dr. Elliott Stephens, Global Leader.
Studying missions in credible and useful ways – presented on Feb. 10th by Kenneth Nehrbass, Ph.D. (Biola University) has taught missions at Liberty University, Biola University, and Belhaven University.
Discovering the Effective Writer Within You – on February 10th at 12pm ET by Jessica Whitmore, MA.
40 Years of Mega-Change in Missions – on January 13th at 2pm ET by Dr. Marv Newell, Ambassador at Large and former Sr. VP at Missio Nexus and also Executive Director at Alliance for the Unreached.