What is it?
Taking the Gospel to the Nations is a one-day conference organized by Acts 29 Northwest aimed to train and equip you in carrying out Jesus’ commission of making disciples of all nations.
Who is it for?
This conference is for pastors, church leaders, church members, aspiring missionaries, and those who desire to develop churches that plant churches on the frontier.
What topics will be covered?
Sessions will cover the biblical case for missions, the current state of missions, examples of missions done well, and a panel discussion on practical next steps.
We invite you to join us for a day of careful thought, practical advice, and Christ-exalting encouragement as we consider how to take the gospel to the nations. Jesus’ purposes are global in nature and we all play a role in fulfilling them.
Date: Saturday, March 21st, 9 am – 3 pm.
Venue: Downtown Cornerstone Church, 2333 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
||Check-in & Light Breakfast
||Worship & Introductions
||Session 1: The Biblical Case for Missions
||Session 2: The Current State of Missions
||Spotlight: Radius International
||Session 3: Doing Missions Well
||Session 4: Taking Practical Next Steps (Panel Discussion)
||Prayer & Closing Song
The cost of this event is $20 per person and will include light breakfast, lunch, snacks and coffee throughout the day, and a book giveaway. Scholarships are available to offset the cost of attendance, as needed. To request scholarship funds, please indicate your need when you register.
Adam Sinnett | Downtown Cornerstone Church
Adam serves as the lead pastor of Downtown Cornerstone Church in Seattle, Washington. He is a Seattle native who gave his life to Jesus during his freshman year at the University of Washington. He went on to earn an MA in Theological Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary. In 2010, Adam and his wife, Jen, moved into the urban core of Seattle to plant Downtown Cornerstone, where they continue to live with their four children. He also serves as the western Washington Area Lead for Acts 29. Adam loves plumbing the depths of the unsearchable riches of Christ, exploring the nature of our union with him, and making disciples. Otherwise, he’s in the woods hiking with his family, on the court, or buried in a book.
Mike Griffis | Radius International, Global Serve International
Mike has lived and worked in many different countries around the world including Venezuela and Papua New Guinea. He is the author of Becoming Equipped to Communicate
, a widely-used language learning resource for cross-cultural workers. Mike now works with Radius International as the instructor for Culture and Language Acquisition and Coordinator of Curriculum Development. He also serves as a US board member and an international director for Global Serve International. Mike is married to Michelle and they have four kids. Their latest adventure has been to learn Spanish as a family.
Greg A | Global Serve International *
Greg, his wife, and their two sons spent over ten years church planting among an unreached ethnic minority group in Siberia. They ended up planting churches in this group as well as among the deaf community in the same area. Eventually, they were able to train up several pastors to assume leadership of the churches they planted. They then moved to Southeast Asia and established teams to reach ethnic minority groups in the least reached countries of that region. Greg co-founded Global Serve International (GSI) to help other workers gain access to unreached groups in closed countries. He serves as the President of GSI and splits his time between equipping church planters in overseas fields and speaking at churches all over the US. *Picture and full name have been omitted for security reasons.
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
Acts 29 is a diverse, global family of churches that provides training and support to those planting or leading church-planting churches.
Radius International provides training to equip cross-cultural workers to establish healthy, indigenous churches among unreached people groups.
Global Serve International partners with sending churches whose cross-cultural workers aim to plant churches among unreached people groups.
TRAVEL & LODGING
Travel: If you are flying into Seattle, Sea-tac is the closest airport. The lightrail from the airport to downtown runs every 15 minutes and takes approximately 45 minutes. DCC is about a 15 minute walk from the Westlake/Downtown station.
Lodging: If you are traveling from outside of the Seattle area, arrangements have been made with The Edgewater Hotel for a special rate. When you book, use the promotion code LOYALTY to ensure a 20% discount as well as a waived facilities fee. DCC is a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Parking: Parking is available in the lots next to the building.
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