Friday, October 09, 2015
Why go to the International Conference on Missions in Richmond at the end of this month? Oct 29 - November 1?
Here are some suggestions:
I. To learn more about missions of course.
II. To recognize that the Kingdom of God is bigger than any of us.
III. The Worship. There is nothing like it.
IV. The students' passion to learn.
V. To be encouraged to "Go ..." fulfill the Great Commission.
VI. Opportunity to Pray. Pray for other missions and organizations and Christians around the World.
VII. Opportunity to Give. Give of your time, talents and treasure to the Kingdom.
VIII. To meet and make new friends. There is nothing like knowing the Church is united and working together.
IX. The Encouragement. Examples and joy of others being Jesus' hands and feet.
X. Knowing you're not alone in ministry/ church work/ making disciples that making a difference. It helps in fulfilling the Great Commission with the Greatest commandment.
Won't you join me this year at ICOM 2015?
For more information goto theicom.org or icomvirginia.com Blog: www.newicomsite.com/blog/
See you there.
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