Ride The Camel & Verge 2010

I will be attending and participating in a couple of training events next week that I am really looking forward to. My prayer is that both will equip and prepare me for better and more effective ministry.

The first event will address ministry to and among Muslims. The two night training time will feature Kevin Greeson, a 16 year veteran missionary to Southeast Asia and author of The Camel – How Muslims Are Coming to Faith in Christ. This training opportunity is scheduled for February 2 and 3 (Tuesday and Wednesday) in Bryan, Texas. For information about the training, check out the Bryan-College Station Oasis Group blog post here.

Verge 2010, a “Missional Community Conference”,is the second event that I am looking forward to. The theme of Verge 2010 is “The DNA of Gospel Movements”. The conference will be held Thursday the 4th through Saturday the 6th at Hill Country Bible Church Northwest in Austin, Texas.

This conference is one that has been highly promoted and much anticipated by those who are involved in and or interested in missional ministry. Two thousand people are registered to attend the conference and there is a waiting list.

The conference will consist of general sessions and breakout groups. Speakers will include pastors, practitioners, and authors such as Neil Cole, Tony and Felicity Dale, David Garrison, Hugh Halter, Alan Hirsch, and Jeff Vanderstelt.

For more information about Verge 2010, click here.

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