ACMI Annual Conference

The Association of Christians Ministering among Internationals (ACMI) annual conference, Many Parts One Body, will be held on the picturesque campus of Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA, June 8-10, 2017.

This year’s conference will feature plenary speakers Dr. J.D. Payne,  Dr. Sasan Tavassoli and Lisa Espineli Chinn. In addition, there will be many breakout sessions (workshops) by topic related to ISM, informational displays and resources, and networking with others engaged in this strategic work.

For more information, click here.

A Celebration Without Borders

Come and join The Vine Institute, an EAN member organization, for an evening of celebration and community. Together with hundreds of other believers from all over the world, experience, taste and participate in what God is doing in Salt Lake City through The Vine Institute. You can be an important part of this awesome ministry. Come and celebrate with us!

When: Thursday, March 30, 2017, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Where: Korean Presbyterian Church of Utah, 1945 Redwood Rd, SLC 84111

Wise Counsel For Biblical Christians To Heed

The Assemblies of God, an Ethnic America Network member organization, recently posted their “Response to the Executive Order on Immigration.” The article encourages “all those within our Fellowship and in the broader Christian community to recognize that this is the moment to let our light shine for Jesus.”

Click this link to read the full article.

InterGen Global Forum

A Global Forum on Ministry among International Students and Professional International Student Services, May 26-28, 2017, near Los Angeles, CA

Interact with church volunteers, international student ministry staff, and Christian International Student Services professionals of colleges and universities at the InterGen Global Forum that precedes the meeting of NAFSA: Association of International Educators.  Click here for details.

People Groups Mapping Event

The North America Mission Board is looking forward to the People Groups Mapping Event March 10-11, 2017, presented by Bryan Galloway, IMB. It will be held at New Vision, 1201 Montague Expy, Milpitas, CA 95035. Participants will not be charged, but lunch is on your own. Please contact Dr. Linda Bergquist at 415.359.3397 or check out their website

Biblical Perspectives on Migration Seminar

Biblical Perspectives on Migration: A recent poll found that 9 out of 10 evangelicals say that the Bible doesn’t influence their views on immigration. This seminar will offer practical tools and resources on how to develop biblical teaching on migration and immigrants in your church.

This is one topic covered in Spanish and English at the Kingdom Fusion Ethnic Ministries Summit, October 28 – 29, 2016.

Register TODAY to get the Super Early Bird price of $30.00, which includes lunch. This price ends on Monday October 10, so don’t delay!

Join us as we learn together.

9/11 called catalyst for missions to Muslims

According to a new article from Baptist Press:

When radical Islamic terrorists brought down the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers 15 years ago, they didn’t realize their actions would also help bring down walls to reaching Muslims with the Gospel.

But that’s exactly what happened.

In the years since Sept. 11, 2001, the number of Unengaged, Muslim Unreached People Groups (UMUPGs) in the world has decreased by nearly 20 percent, from 1,333 in 2001 to 1,077 today, according to statistics provided by Vision 5:9, a coalition of Christian missions organizations focused on reaching Muslims. Read more…

Wisdom from Evangelicals in Europe addressing the refugee crisis

What is the place of the Church and how can we respond to the influx of refugees with both wisdom and love? How can Christians be the hands and feet of Jesus to a wandering and disadvantaged people?  How can we effectively communicate the gospel in such circumstances?

These are questions the Forum of Christian Leaders attempt to answer in this Roundtable Discussion. They brought together evangelical leaders from various perspectives in order to address the challenges and opportunities posed by Europe’s refugee crisis. Perhaps we can learn something from them.

The U.S. Hispanic population is changing


Source: Pew Research Center

A new Pew Research Center report finds that the growth and dispersion of the U.S. Latino population has slowed since 2007, when the Great Recession started, immigration from Latin America cooled and Latino fertility rates began to fall.

Read the key takeaways, and explore the data by state, county and metropolitan area in their interactive maps and fact sheets.

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