By Bill MacLeod Each year, after Mission ConneXion Northwest, I’m exhausted …. and I’m thrilled. I’m exhausted because it’s a lot of work. Thousands of attendees, 100 workshops, 75 exhibitors, 4 plenary sessions, hundreds of volunteers, registration, food, logistics, speakers, recordings, parking. Despite the exhaustion, I’m also thrilled because I’ve seen God show up.Details
Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. — Proverbs 22:6
by David Richards After 6 years serving in Africa, our family decided it was time to return to the US. We had worked with SIM and then IDEAS in some difficult countries. We had seen the Lord at work in amazing ways and felt excited to be a part of his Kingdom work. Our own faith…Details
Leadership ConneXion 2016 presents “Who is My Neighbor?” with nexleader ceo, Steve Moore who will discuss “Being a Good Samaritan in the age of information overload and overwhelming need”.
By Joseph Anfuso, Founder, Forward Edge International When I was asked to write a short article for the Mission ConneXion newsletter, I found myself wondering what the Church community in the greater Portland area would be like if there was no Mission ConneXion.Details
By Shonda Milmore Remember Nhu Our story together did not involve selling all our possessions, resigning from full time jobs, and becoming cross cultural workers. It seemed very unlikely to happen because my husband had no desire to leave the comforts of home and even go on a 2 week mission trip. Nor did he…Details