Interface: A Round Table Mission Conference

Monday, August 28 2017, 8:00 AM - 5:45 PM [CST]

301 S. Center St. , Suite 120, Arlington, TX, United States

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Event Information

Monday, August 28 2017, 8:00 AM - 5:45 PM [CST]

About the Event

Interface is a round table style forum for ministers of missions, pastors, and church missions leaders. You will find yourself face-to-face with a community of colleagues who speak your language and deal with the same issues you are facing as a missions leader for your church. Share knowledge, experience, heart, and resources.
 
The deadline to purchase a ticket is August 24th. Space is limited! Please purchase your ticket today. 
 
Interface 2017 will feature great dialogue and practical help from several expert speakers and practitioners. This year's topics include:
 
  • Church Planting Strategies
  • Calling: Creating Pathways in the Local Church
  • Cross-Cultural Training for Short-Term Mission Trips
  • Risk & Suffering: Preparing Your Church and Cross-Cultural Workers
  • Mission Theology & Trends
  • Other topics brought up and discussed by you!
 
Interface sign-in begins at 8:00 am sign-in. At 8:30 am we will begin with worship. A light breakfast, lunch, and snacks throughout the day will be provided. We will have several giveaways during the conference including new mission books, an Amazon Fire tablet, and more.
 
In addition to the main conference, there will be Affinity Group meetings in the evening for those working in similar areas. Gather together to network, share ideas, and learn how to better lead your church with others who are working in the same area. Dinner will be provided. There will be Affinity Groups for the following networks:
  • Ethiopia
  • Sierra Leone
  • Central America
  • East Asia
  • Niger
  • Refugee/Diaspora

If you wish to attend an Affinity Group please select the appropriate ticket during registration. We will contact you to see which group you will attend.

To sign up for the August 29th Facilitator Training please visit here.

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About the Organizer

Restore Hope is a collaborative network of churches, affinity networks and Kingdom partners who long for God’s glory to be realized throughout the earth. Our aim is that all the peoples of the earth know and worship Jesus Christ and that His church multiplies. We believe God chose the Church for this kairos and empowered God’s people for this unique age. Our goal is to serve the church as the church seeks and serves the unreached world.

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Event Speakers

Dr. Michael Stroope

Missiologist

Dr. Stroope is an Associate Professor of Christian Missions and the holder of the M.C. Shook Chair of Missions at George W. Truett Theological Seminary.

Mr. D

Cross-Cultural Worker

Mr. D has served in various Middle Eastern countries for the past 20 years. He currently leads a team in Asia Minor as well as leads training events around the world. Mr. D is a well-versed practition

Craig S.

Misson Pastor

Craig is the Mission Pastor at Cottonwood where his church is active in sending and supporting workers. Craig's church is proactive in seeking and calling out the people in their church to serve as cr

Brenda Sanders

Go Now Missions Consultant

Brenda has been training and sending people for summer, semester, and short term trips for decades. She will share her experiences and tools for equipping your church for STM.

Dr. Mrs. R

Trainer & Leader

Mrs. R has served in various capacities in churches as well as overseas in various Middle Eastern countries. She brings a wealth of expertise in Risk, Suffering, and preparing your workers for the rea

Cindy Wiles

Executive Director of Restore Hope

Cindy has been in Christian ministry in the local church for 36 years as a pastor’s wife and a missions leader. Most of her ministry life has been spent in moving churches toward God’s mission and the