2021 Mission Central Conference - GROW

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Registration is required

Grow self-awareness. Grow community awareness. Grow your sense of purpose.

The GROW stream at the Mission Central Conference is not like most conferences. You will be challenged by leaders from around the globe; experts we can all learn from. Participants will be organized according to broad vocational communities. Senior mentors will then guide conversations tackling some of the biggest challenges around the integration of life and faith today. Our hope is that these conversations will continue through the year. Building momentum over time is a key to experiencing transformation in every sphere of society, so that the world knows Jesus’ love.

Our focus in 2021 is on prayer and we're pleased to have Lisa Koons from 24/7 Prayer U.S. as our plenary speaker. Read More.

Cost: $20

For information about sponsorship opportunities contact Sherman at exhibit@missioncentral.ca

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