First Training Seminar – Practical Steps for Missionary Preparation and Reaching Tibetan Buddhists
Who: Paul Lhomi, Kathmandu, Nepal – ACTION missionary to Tibetans
Where: Alderwood Community Church (Room W-200) 3403 Alderwood Mall Blvd, Lynnwood, WA 98036
When: April 26, 2014
Registration from: 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM – coffee, tea, and refreshments will be served
Seminar begins at: 9:00 AM until Noon
Registration fee: $10
Advance registration: Email email@example.com or call Bridget at 425-775-4800 – ext. 107
We would all agree that missionaries are too valuable to lose. We also would agree that missionaries need as much encouragement, equipping, support and member care as we can possibly give them. That is why ACTION is starting a Virtual Missionary Training Initiative this year. April 26, 9AM – noon, ACTION is conducting an introductory Missionary Training Seminar for churches, ministry leaders, Missions pastors and anyone interested in going someday as a missionary or being involved in sending missionaries.
The April 26 Missionary Training Seminar will feature how your local church can partner with ACTION to set up a Virtual Missionary Training initiative in your church or with a collaboration of local churches. Also featured is a special speaker from Kathmandu, Nepal, sharing his ministry among Tibetans in Tibet, Nepal, India and Bhutan. Paul is ethnically Tibetan and will share about his culture and how to witness to Tibetan Buddhist. Paul’s ministry, Reaching Himalayas Ministries offers opportunities for short-term and long-term missions.
ACTION celebrates 40 years of sending missionaries in 2015! Without the partnership of churches that entrust their people to ACTION, we could not sustain over 250 missionaries in 25 countries worldwide. Furthermore, without the participation of thousands of other prayer partners and Great Commission donors, ACTION could not deploy its missionaries. Sending Great Commission missionaries is why we exist.
Please contact Bridget at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425-775-4800 – ext. 107 for more details.
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