Meet our New Webinar Host

Our webinars and educational workshops are an important part of Missio Nexus learning opportunities for mission leaders. We are excited to introduce the host of our upcoming webinar schedule — Dr. Ed Scheuerman.

Meet Dr. Scheuerman

Dr. Ed & Carol Scheuerman served with PIONEERS in Southeast Asia for twenty-three years. Since 2010, Ed has been Professor and Director of the Intercultural Studies major at Lancaster Bible College. He recently had his book, Knowing God to Make Him Known: Living Out God’s Attributes Cross-culturally, published.

Upcoming Webinar Schedule

Check out our upcoming webinars:

Coming Attractions: Sunshine and Storm, Member Care (August 12)

Women in the Mission of the Church (August 26)

Teaching and Learning Across Cultures (September 2)

Making the Most of Your Next Event (September 16)

Educational Support for Families: Can Your Agency Achieve Its Goals without It? (October 7)

The Role of Mission Organizations in Missionary Well-Being (October 21)

A Case for the Practice of Vulnerable Mission in Ministry of Westerners amongst African People (November 18)

Find all upcoming events on the event calendar.


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