Global Outreach Conference 2017

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Global Outreach (GO) Conference | Mission as Peace-Building

April 28-30, 2017

Friday, April 28

7:00p | Conference Opens with Plenary Session 1 

Saturday, April 29

2:00p | Plenary Session 2

3:00p | Break

3:15p | Learning Track 1

Meet Our Global Partners, part 1

  • A panel of our global partners will share briefly about their ministries and then there will be time for Q&A.

Reaching Our Neighbors: African-American History in Princeton

  • Experience a virtual tour and learn about the historic Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood and African-American life below Nassau Street. Originally developed by Shirley Satterfield, Stone Hill has been given permission to present the tour lecture style.

Global Classroom: Diaspora, part 1

  • Diaspora is a global phenomenon that has marked the 21st century. Today, more than ever before, people are on the move, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, and for various reasons—terrorism, economic collapse or opportunity, famine, human trafficking, education, to mention a few. There is a tremendous opportunity for ministry to, through, and beyond diaspora peoples. Part 1 of this video series focuses on “What is  Diaspora?”  Joy Tira, Lausanne Catalyst for Diaspora, gives a basic definition of diaspora.

4:30p | Break

4:45p | Learning Track 2

Meet Our Global Partners, part 2

  • A panel of our global partners will share briefly about their ministries and then there will be time for Q&A. Panelists in Part 2 will be different from those in Part 1.

Reaching Our Neighbors: Transformation Church Update

  • Tone Bellamy, Associate Minister of Transformation Church will share about the progress this church plant has made since opening in January. Hear how they are reaching Trenton for Christ.

Global Classroom: Diaspora, part 2

  • Diaspora is a global phenomenon that has marked the 21st century. Today, more than ever before, people are on the move, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, and for various reasons—terrorism, economic collapse or opportunity, famine, human trafficking, education, to mention a few. There is a tremendous opportunity for ministry to, through, and beyond diaspora peoples. Part 2 of this video series focuses on “Who is on the Move?” Yemenis, Filipinos, refugees, and international students are examples of people on the move.

6:00p | Dinner

  • Guest speaker Pastor Lawrence Smith of Epiphany Fellowship, Philadelphia, presenting their mission work in Malawi, Africa

7:00p | Plenary Session 3

Sunday, April 30

  • Keynote speaker, Uchenna Anyanwu, at both services (9:30am & 11:10am)
  • Meet our Global Partners in the Atrium between services
  • Join us for lunch in Harris Hall after the second service

Uchenna Anyanwu, Keynote Speaker

Uchenna served in different cross-cultural contexts in West and North Africa for 15 years. He is currently a PhD student at Fuller Theological Seminary’s School of Intercultural Studies (SIS), and his research interest is on contextual theology for transformational peacebuilding within contexts of Islamist-driven violence.