A day event to learn about how churches can be started in remote places
People of different ethnic minorities can be found in remote villages and in vast cities today. All need to hear the Good News of Jesus.
- What challenges and opportunities are there for the proclamation of the gospel in remote areas?
- How can we reach out to a far away ethnic minority of another or no faith?
- What does indigenous biblical church planting look like?
- How can we play our part in reaching out the neglected frontiers and forgotten tribes?
Kathryn (OMF) Kathryn coordinates OMFs short-term program for our teams working in the Mekong Region of East Asia. She receives people for up to a year in length either as individuals or part of a team.
Joelle (OMF) Joelle is serving the Lord among the Krung and Broa tribe in North East Cambodia. Her ministry includes youth work, women’s work, and radio work.
Rob Baker Rob is a musicologist and worship leader, who has been involved in church music for the past 30 years. In his book, Adventures in Music and Culture, he describes his discoveries about African music and worship.
Mark Cocker (WEC)
Mark and his family worked in Burkina Faso West Africa for nine years. He was involved in evangelism and literacy work with the Fulani, one of the largest ethnic groups, widely dispersed across West Africa.
Please RSVP so we know numbers for lunch.
Contact: Angelo Lebrato
Phone: 07402 873 654
When & Where
Calendar Icon 17 March 2018, 10:00 — 03:00 Marker Icon All Souls Clubhouse, 141 Cleveland Street, London W1T 6QG