Join Us for a Global Ministries Webinar on Indonesia on Friday, November 6, 2009 at 8pm
Veteran missionary, John Campbell-Nelson, will share a presentation on his ministry and the work of our Global Ministries partners in Indonesia and Timor by Webinar
Veteran missionary, John Campbell-Nelson, will share a presentation on his ministry and the work of our Global Ministries partners in Indonesia and Timor by Webinar.
Since 1981, John has walked with various GM partners in Indonesia. During his next term of service, John will continue his work with the Evangelical Church of West Timor supporting the lay and clergy training efforts of the Synod’s Theological and Diaconal Commissions. He will also serve as a consultant to several other partner institutions including the Christian Church of Sumba, the Protestant Church of East Timor, the Eastern Indonesia Theological Seminary in Makassar and the Christian Church of West Sulawesi.
If you want to participate in this Webinar, please follow the instructions below and log in at 8:00pm (EST) on Friday, November 6, 2009. During the Webinar, you will see on your screen John’s PowerPoint presentation along with audio and video of him making the live presentation. You will be able to ask questions at the end of the presentation by typing them in the chat section on your screen. Please join us for this opportunity to learn about God’s mission in Indonesia!
Webinar with John Campbell-Nelson from Indonesia
Date: Friday, November 6, 2009
Time: 8:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time
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