Upcoming Events & Webinars
Mission Agency Consultation
Engaging the Church, Pursuing the Nations
October 25-27, 2017
Are you part of a missions organization that desires to meaningfully and effectively engage in partnerships with local churches and address this paradigm shift? If so, join us for Sixteen:Fifteen’s Mission Agency Consultation as we help you consider these important questions…
- How do churches perceive your missions organization?
- How does your organization perceive churches?
- Are you doing missions “for” churches instead of “with” churches?
- Are you cultivating a pro-church culture?
- Is it possible to connect what you do best to what churches do best?
- Does your agency really know the Church in North America?
Since 1995, Sixteen:Fifteen has been mobilizing local churches to be central players and full partners in global missions. Our goal through interactive teaching and coaching sessions along with training tools is to help your agency deepen and strengthen partnerships with local churches for the global advance of the Gospel.
$499.00 per person
October 25-27, 2017
Hyatt Place Uptown
6901 Arvada Ave NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Consultation Sessions Include
Interactive Training Sessions
Mission Agency Consultation
There is a widespread missions paradigm shift occurring in the Church that is marked by a ground swell of local churches desiring a more active role in fulfilling the Great Commission than they have in the past. Growing numbers of local churches no longer perceive missions simply as sending individuals and finances to mission organizations, they long to do missions in a way that is focused, that has lasting impact, and which bears their unique fingerprints. They are often no longer content merely to serve in support roles from a distance, instead they desire opportunities for active engagement. While this paradigm shift represents a positive change, it presents challenges to many mission organizations that have yet to address these new local church expectations.
“Mission Agencies can no longer afford to do traditional missions better. They must start thinking paradigmatically differently.” Author George Miley “Loving the Church, Blessing the Nations”
Are you part of a missions organization that desires to meaningfully and effectively engage in partnerships with local churches and address this paradigm shift? If so, join us for Sixteen:Fifteen’s Mission Agency Consultation. Space is limited so register now!
Location: Hyatt Place Uptown, 6901 Arvada Ave NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico
A special hotel room rate is available.
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
8:30am – 5:00pm
Thursday, October 26, 2017
8:30am – 5:00pm
Friday, October 27, 2017
8:30am – 11:00am
Transportation – Shuttles are available to and from the airport to the hotel. Rental cars are not necessary. Please contact Tricia Morris for shuttle company information.
Meals – the Hyatt Place hotel provides a large, breakfast buffet. Lunch and snacks will be provided Wednesday and Thursday. Menu options will follow after your registration. Dinner is not provided, however there are many restaurants in very close walking distance from the hotel.
Free Webinar | Wed. Sep 27, 2017 | 12 Noon MT
Jesus is Saving Muslims in Record Numbers
Webinar featuring Fouad Masri, Founder and CEO of Crescent Project
Stories of Islamic terrorism and violence are everywhere and seemingly endless. For many, the story ends there. Over the last 20 years, however, we’ve seen another narrative emerge: increasing numbers of Muslims putting their faith in Jesus around the world. We are on the verge of another great awakening and it’s happening throughout the Muslim world. Join us as we explore the top three reasons Muslims are finding hope in Jesus. As they turn to Christ, the church has an incredible opportunity to respond and engage.
Matthew Ellison Speaking Engagement | Sep. 21-23, 2017 | Dallas, TX
Join other mission leaders in Dallas as we celebrate the 100th year of Missio Nexus and explore the historic foundations of Great Commission ministry represented by: Evangelism + Discipleship + Planting the Church
2017 Conference Program
Connect and network with others in the Great Commission Community at the 2017 Mission Leaders Conference, Sept. 21–23. Our program includes the following events and activities:
+ 5 Specialized Workshop Tracks
+ Multiple Networking Opportunities
+ 7 Pre-Conference Sessions
+ 100th Anniversary Celebration Dinner and Program on Wednesday Night
Hyatt Regency DFW in Dallas, Texas
Registration starts at $499
Early Bird ends June 30.
Member and other discounts are available.
Free 3 – Part Webinar
- Wed. Oct 11, 2017 Noon-1 MT | Session 1: Register Here
- Wed. Oct 18, 2017 Noon-1 MT | Session 2: Register Here
- Wed, Nov 1, 2017 Noon-1 MT | Session 3: Register Here
Honor and Shame
Unlocking the cultural operating system
of those from the Non-Western world
Webinar featuring Jeff Jackson of Shepherd’s Staff
God is bringing people from around the world in to our local communities for His glory, their good, and His people’s growth in to Christ-likeness. This new reality means that understanding the differences between Western and Non-Western cultures is essential for every follower of Christ—not just those that He calls to go to the ends of the earth.
In this three-session webinar series we will examine and compare those differences, exposit familiar bible texts through a Non-Western, Honor/Shame based lens, and then equip the participants to present the Gospel using a biblically-based, culturally relevant honor and shame based emphasis.
Register for ALL 3 webinars today!
Sixteen:Fifteen is proud to present The Mission Table. A place to move conversation about greatest movement ever known to man: the Great Commission.
Leading missions thinkers will tackle the critical and controversial topics impacting missions today. The Mission Table also gives you the opportunity to participate in the conversation. Each Mission Table episode is interactive. Join the free, live online roundtable for Q&A with the table guests, then keep the conversation going with the online forum.
The goal is to get people thinking more strategically, and engaging more effectively in the Great Commission. So, get thinking, get taking, get moving.