Changing Culture in Sending Missions (MOB)

Changing Culture in Sending Missions (MOB)

Friday @ 8:30am

These leaders will share lessons learned to engage and mobilize African American and Hispanic Churches. The session will provide an opportunity to more deeply understand why these key parts of the US church are underrepresented in Missions today. What can we do about it?

Ron Nelson

President & Founder
Sowing Seeds of Joy

Ron Nelson, graduate of Florida State University, ordained minister, co-founder of Sowing Seeds of Joy Ministries, empowering believers to be on mission with God. A former world-class sprinter, police officer, federal agent, and missions director under Dr. Tony Evans in Dallas, TX., Ron is a Perspectives Coordinator and world traveler.

Agustin Quiles

Director for Hispanic Relations
Wycliffe Bible Translators

Agustin Quiles is the National Director for Hispanic Relations, Wycliffe Bible Translators. He mobilized and led forums for the Latino Community to focus on advocacy and domestic missions. He was the National Field Director for the National Latino Evangelical Coalition and the Florida Hispanic Representative for the Evangelical Immigration Table.

Bishop David T.P. Perrin

Boundless (formerly Great Commission Global Ministries)

Bishop Perrin is committed to making disciples who loving advance the Kingdom of God. He regularly utilizes dramatic illustrations to underscore biblical truths.He has served on the board for select ministries and has planted numerous churches within the USA and Overseas. He is founding prelate of Great Commission Global Ministries, Inc. (GCGM) renamed Boundless Ministries, Inc.(BOMII), a ministry with a mission DNA: Networking, Equipping and Mobilizing African Americans for world missions. A partnership with SIM USA, established The National African American Missions Conference (NAAMC). He is married to Allethia Campbell the daughter of the former Presiding Bishop, Lawrence and Mother Gloria Campbell, of Bible Way Churches Worldwide. They have three children by Bishop’s late wife, Elizabeth Perrin, six grandchildren and two great grandchildren.


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