Missions for the Rest of Us: Why Soccer Moms, Golfing Dads, and Hipster Nomads Want “In” on Global Missions

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Rick Lowe

2016 Mission Leaders Conference
Globally Engaged Churches

Is the mission of God in this world still an “extra” in your congregation? An event or program for the “super-spiritual” or “super-strange”? A topic that comes up during small group Bible studies and spiritual conversations…but never during family meals, treks to the gym, and the ordinary stuff-of-life? This workshop will explore a few key principles and practical ideas that may be helpful for culture-shift in your congregation. From missions on the peripheral of ordinary to missions at the center of extraordinary. Join us for a collaborative conversation to consider the possibilities!

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