What is God's part in making disciples? What is our part?

Join us on for a Missions Conference on March 25-27, 2022! This special weekend will include time to interact with many of our supported global partners, missions-focused activities for all ages, and preaching that challenges us to support the worldwide proclamation of the gospel with our hearts, time, and resources.

Event Schedule

5:30 PM

Check-In at Tomlin Lobby
Family Dinner in Tomlin Hall

7:00 PM

Main Session 1 in Sanctuary
Speaker: Love F. (name changed for security),
global partner in Southeast Asia

8:00 AM

Men's Breakfast
Speaker: Barry Rempel, global partner with SEND

12:30 PM

Women's Lunch
Speaker: Katherine Dix, global partner with MTW

5:30 PM

Pizza Party

6:00 PM

Game | Who Wants to be a Missionary?

7:15 PM

Breakout Session 1

8:00 PM

Breakout Session 2

9:45 AM

Breakout Session 3
No CE during this time, except for nursery-5 years old

8:15 AM & 11:00 AM

Main Session 2 during worship services
Speaker: Love F. (name changed for security),
global partner in Southeast Asia


Hover your mouse over the photos to read about each speaker!

Love F.

As regional leader of Southeast Asia/Pacific, Love helps to oversee Pioneers' 400 international personnel ministering on 70 church planting teams from India & Bangladesh through all of Southeast Asia over to Fiji. He will be speaking at our two main sessions on Friday night and Sunday morning.

Arlan & Amy Brady

Having served at Isaiah 55 Ministries in Reynosa, Mexico for many years, Arlan and Amy will share their experiences in short-term missions, as well as introduce an opportunity for a team from LPC to go to Mexico in July!

Tom Daniel

Jubilee Memorial Bible College was founded (1987) to train “missionaries without passport” at a time when foreign missionaries were being refused visas in India. Their graduates are making disciples through cross-cultural missions and evangelism, pastoral ministry, working among women, youth and children, and theological teaching and training.

Taylor & Katherine Dix

Currently stationed in St. Louis at Covenant Seminary, Taylor and Katherine will return to Bulgaria in May 2022 upon graduation and will rejoin their team as church planters and overseers of the Daughters of Bulgaria, an anti-trafficking organization.

Carl & Caroline Kishbaugh

Both Carl and Caroline work full-time in missionary care. Their primary ministry is the encouragement and building up of World Team missionaries working in 28 countries.

Marc & Aline Mailloux

In 1998, they began a ministry amongst the thousands of spiritually receptive French-speaking Haitians of South Florida, teaching in a Haitian Bible school, and doing daily evangelistic radio broadcasts on a Quebecois radio program. Marc makes regular teaching trips to Haiti and to French West Africa, while Aline edits the theological theses of future Haitian pastors.

Curtis McGown

As a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 20 years of experience in church, government, and mental health settings, Curtis is the Executive Director of Valeo, an online counseling and psychiatric services ministry to missionaries. In 2021, Valeo provided care for missionaries from 125 organizations serving in 86 countries.

Barry & Ruth Rempel

Barry and Ruth serve with SEND in the International Office. As Director of Global Collaboration, Barry works together with people and organizations around the world to plant churches among unreached people groups. They will be talking about long and short-term mission opportunities!

Guillermo & Jennie Salinas

They have been planting churches since 1995, and Guillermo now trains church planters and lay leaders through their training center, Austin Whetsell Ministries. Jennie makes disciples and reaches their community through the Agape Puppet/Drama Ministry.

Jim Wilkerson

As the Southeast Mobilization Specialist for Mission to the World, Jim comes alongside churches, presbyteries, and college campuses to raise up missionaries. He'll be talking about opportunities for youth and young adults!

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a cost to attend the conference?

Nope! All conference events are free, but we do need you to register in order to attend.

Is childcare available?

Yes, we will have the nursery available for infants up to age 2 and classes for children ages 3-5. Our Children's Ministry has developed a special program focused on global missions for our preschoolers! We ask that you please register by March 21st so that we can adequately staff our childcare.

What is the registration deadline?

The deadline to register for the conference is March 21st. Please register by then, especially if you plan to attend the meals, so that we can have enough food and materials for everyone!