Church-organized missions conferences are a valuable tool for raising awareness about global evangelism and helping Christians better understand the urgency of reaching the lost. When done well, they can bring great glory to God. When done poorly, they can seriously impede a church’s Great Commission impact.
Sharing the gospel is foundational to the Christian faith. According to Scripture, God intends to use the local church to train, support, and send missionaries for this end. A well-executed missions conference can greatly benefit this process.
But for every well-executed missions conference, you’ll find a poorly executed one. Whether you’re planning your church’s first missions conference or wish to revitalize an existing conference, here are nine things for you to prayerfully consider.... Read more