10/01/2019, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Location:First Colleyville, Bldg. C (Student Building) map
In modern mission history churches have sent out vocational missionaries to the mission field. Today, in a global economy there is an unprecedented opportunity to send students, marketplace leaders, retirees, etc. to the nations by using what they have learned locally to share the hope of the gospel globally. We call this Gospel Glocalization and we believe God may be providing ways for you to go to the nations with your job, studies or retirement. Join us for a workshop that can help you decide if this is a pathway that you should consider and prepare for.
Focus Audience: People in your church and other area churches who have an interest in exploring Gospel Glocalization to go to hard to reach places in North Africa and the Middle East.
Paul has 20+ years of business experience in the areas of strategic planning for publicly traded companies, business consulting and CFO work for established and newly formed companies. For 10 years, I served as the Chief Financial Officer for Teton Investment Capital, LLC (principle owner of Adobe Oil and Gas, Inc.) and several start-up companies owned and/or managed by Teton Investment Capital. Over the past 20 years I have been directly responsible for the establishment of several international businesses, including: importing of oil field supplies, back-office processing operations and the development of $800,000+ banking software.
Larry is the co-founder and Executive Director of The Upstream Collective. He and his family have lived in Europe for the last 15 years, where he has served in a variety of strategy and leadership roles. Prior to moving to Europe he was a church planter and pastor in the US. He is a co-author of Tradecraft: For the Church on Mission, The First 30 Daze: Practical Encouragement for Living Abroad Intentionally, and The MarketSpace: Essential Relationships Between the Sending Church, Marketplace Worker, and Missionary Team.
James has lived in the Middle East and served in various field leadership roles with the IMB since 2004. Currently, he serves as Affinity Group Leader for Northern African & Middle Eastern (NAME) peoples, a role in which he overseas engagement strategies for NAME peoples and the work of 70 missionary teams working among them. James is married to Amy and has four daughters, two of whom are pursuing university studies in the States.
Tony Schultz has served with the International Mission Board, among North African and Middle Eastern (NAME) peoples for over 18 years; most of that time has been spent living and working among the peoples of the Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Peninsula. Tony currently serves on the NAME Pathways team, where he works to facilitate the integration of marketplace workers with IMB teams and team strategies.
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