On Mission 2021 – Watch On Demand

March 10 – Live Stream Broadcast Link:

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On Mission On Demand
Access all the videos at one time, go at your own pace,
and utilize discussion questions with your team.  

On Mission On Demand Link

On Mission Live Stream Information:


March 10th
12 pm Eastern  / 11 am Central / 10 am Mountain / 9 am Pacific
(Pre-roll starts at 11:40 am Eastern – 20 minutes prior to the broadcast)

Pre-roll: 20-minutes prior to the conference start pre-roll of audio and video will begin to allow you to test your settings.

Speaker Order:

Session 1: (30 minutes) 
Shikou Gitau: Qhala – God’s Innovation Formula
Eliezer Magalhaes: Crossover Global – Spiritual Truths Necessary for Innovation
Andrias Pantauw: CMI – Multiplication and Prayer

Session 2:  (54 minutes) 
Julio Chang: South America Mission – Gospel Ecosystems
Matt Bird: Cinnamon Network – Bi-Lingual Missions
Dr. Bagus Surjantoro: Indonesian Peoples Network – Networking to Finish the Great Commission
Harvey Kwiyani: Liverpool Hope University – Intercultural Mutuality as Innovation in Missions
Dr. Bijoy Koshy: Interserve International – Innovative Missiological Reflection

5 Minute Break
(Approximately at 1:25 pm Eastern)

Session 3: (43 minutes) 
Ruba Abbassi: ACCTS – Reaching Arab Women for Christ
Reuben Kachala: Frontier Missions International – How to Mobilize the Whole Country for Missions
Camille Melki: Heart for Lebanon – Relational Relief
Ray Mensah: OneWay Africa – Lessons Learned Sending Missionaries
Kejdis Bakalli: Global Church Movements – The Amazing Question, An Online Strategy

5 Minute Break (Approximately at 2:15 pm Eastern)

Session 4: (40 minutes) 
Pedro Mateus: Scripture Union Portugal – Family.Fit
James Aberin: SEND International, PSC – Introduction to Digital Missions
Jonathan Fokker: All Nations, Business as Missions – Using Business to Make Disciples, Plant Churches and Reach the Unreached
Ihsan Ozbek: Foursquare Turkey – Creating Resources for a Growing Church

Additional Speakers on On Mission On Demand:
Aila Tasse: Lifeway Mission International: Innovation in Missions
Peter Shankar Nambiar: Malaysia Centre for Global Missions – Innovation in Missions, A Global Perspective
Erwin F.: – International Organization – Continuity and Creativity in Missions

We will be utilizing IBM Watson Media to broadcast the event over the internet.  Once the video player window goes “Live” it has the option to be seen in multiple “modes”.

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Platform:  We highly recommend using Firefox or Chrome to view the live stream broadcast.  This is what IBM recommends and our testing has shown these are the most reliable.  You can download both for free online.  You can also view it on your mobile phone on both Android and Mac.  The stream will also work in Safari or Explorer .
Requirements:  A computer or smartphone with internet streaming capabilities.  (For the best experience, we recommend a sustained available download speed of 3.5 Mbps or greater.  We would also suggest using Ethernet rather than WiFi if possible but not necessary.)

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