Workshops

2016 Workshops

 

Tuesday, February 23, 1 to 2 p.m.

 
  Missionary Panel   Organization: All
Location: Library 101 and Bradley 1
 

 


Tuesday, February 23, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.

  Worship Through Music   Speaker: Enric Sifa
Location: Library 101
 
  Local Anti-Trafficking, A Narrative  

What Sex Trafficking Really Looks Like: Deconstructing the "Taken" Narrative.

Organization: Door to Grace
Location: Travis-Lovitt 111

 
  Welfare Faith: How To Care For The Least Of These   Organization: TEAM
Location: Travis-Lovitt 112
 
  Working With The National Church   Organization: Greater Europe Mission
Location: Travis-Lovitt 113
 

 


Wednesday, February 24, 1 to 2 p.m.

  Stephan Bauman   Organization: World Relief
Location: Library 101
 
  Unveiling Dignity In Short-Term Missions   Organization: Loom International
Location: Library 113
 
  Dialogue With A Buddhist   Organization: New Wine
Location: Travis-Lovitt 112
 
  Anti-Trafficking / Sex Trafficking In Moldova   Organization: YWAM
Location: Travis-Lovitt 115
 

 


Wednesday, February 24, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.

  Youth Camping — A Tool For Evangelism   Speaker: Ray Schwartz
Organization: La Montana Christian Camps
Location: Library 101
 
  Working with Refugees In The Greater Portland Area   Organization: Keystone Project
Location: Travis-Lovitt 112
 
  Obedience To The Great Commission   Organization: Action International
Location: Travis-Lovitt 113
 

 


Thursday, February 25, 1 to 2 p.m.

  Local Dignity Through Asset Based Community Development  

Service models of charity and aid have a way of dehumanizing the poor with persistent, though unspoken messages about one's core identity ­ "You are a recipient. We are the providers." This creates ongoing dependence and strips the poor of a vision of themselves as capable of more. Asset Based Community Development from a Christian perspective invites people in poor communities to look at themselves and their place as possessing great potential. God has created all people in his image. Along with that comes the potential of creative activity, relational interactions, and abundance of gifts to be used for the lifting up of the community. This workshop will look at the fundamentals and strategies of ABCD.

Organization: La Hash
Location: Library 101

 
  A Biblical Approach To The Street Child's Trauma  

Presentation of the counseling tools currently being implemented by Agape that successfully bring hope to broken lives as well as a wealth of resources on the subject.

Organization: Agape
Location: Travis-Lovitt 113

 
  Common Issues in Intercultural Outreach  

Addresses cross-cultural sensitivity, culture shock, listening, sharing the gospel, and more.

Organization: International Students
Location: Travis-Lovitt 113

 

 


Thursday, February 26, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.

  Support Raising  

How to invite God's people to invest in God's work with God's money.

Speaker: Steve Cummings and Rich Ward
Organization: Multnomah University
Location: Travis-Lovitt 112

 
  Rwanda, A Post Genocide Transformational Model   Organization: Africa New Life Ministries
Location: Travis-Lovitt