LCMC Announces September Missions Conference

This September, the Great Commission Lutherans of Northwest Iowa will host A Light for All Peoples!, a Missions Conference aimed at equipping pastors and church leaders with the skills to ignite a passion within their congregations for sharing God's mission beyond the walls of the church building.
Keynote speakers Rev. Dr. Gemechis Buba, Ethiopian Evangelist and NALC’s leader of World Mission, Rev. Ken Kimball, Dean of the Iowa Mission District of the NALC, and Rev. Mark Vander Tuig, Service Coordinator of LCMC will take the stage at this two day event, which takes place September 28-29, 2012 at Faith Lutheran Church of Spencer, IA.
On Friday evening at 6:00 P.M., a forum designed for congregational leaders will be held.  Featuring all three keynote speakers, this session will offer pragmatic help to "lead congregations into mission".
Saturday's programming will feature discussion on local and world missions with Rev. Dr. Gemechis Buba, as well as an open forum with all three keynote speakers.
Those attending the conference will also have an opportunity to learn more about several missions organizations through breakout sessions and exhibit tables. 
Breakout sessions scheduled include:
  • John Spaulding – “Christians Meeting Muslims”
  • World Mission Prayer League
  • Rusty Bailey – Haiti
  • Ken Kimball – NALC Update and Information
  • David Lerseth – Madagascar Ministry
  • Kevin Grimes – Dream Center
  • Jan Turner – Cherish Center
  • Rod Quanbeck/Dan Antoine – Ingham/Okoboji
  • Julie Schieb – Discovery House
  • Mark Vander Tuig – LCMC Update and Information
The cost of registration is $20.00 per person.   To register for this event, please contact Faith Lutheran Church via email at or call (712) 580-4316.
Additional details for this event will be announced as they become available.

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  • Cheryl Jensen

    My husband Al and I are members of a LCMC congregation. For over 30 years we have been Bible translators for a remote language group in a politically sensitive area. We are associate members of Lutheran Bible Translators and members of Wycliffe Bible Translators. Over the coming year we will be pushing towards the completion and type-setting of the New Testament for the people group we are working with, hopefully getting through the typesetting process before this time next year. We ask you to pray for us and those who work with us in the completion process. Pray that Satan will have no opportunity to obstruct this work. Pray for the growing number of Christians in the area, for their spiritual growth and for the development of solid leadership. Cheryl J

    September 1, 2012 at 8:00am
  • Raymond Bush

    I am a senior student at Moravian Theological Seminary doing a directed study on church planting and mission starts. I am also a candidate for ordained ministry. I would like to correspond and blog on such topics. A question I have is does anyone have experiences with church planters living or not living in the community where he or she is planting. Tim Keller and other experts recommend moving to or living in the same community. What do people think or know?

    April 8, 2013 at 10:30am
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