2013 Global Impact Conference: Sept. 25-27
(Check back as schedule information is updated.)
Are you part of God’s worldwide agenda? Do you know what role you should play in fulfilling Christ’s Great Commission? If you are searching for the answers to these questions, then the 2013 Global Impact Conference is your opportunity to uncover God’s plans for your life.
The Global Impact Conference held on the campus of Trinity College of Florida (September 25th-27th) is an annual event bringing together church leaders, missionaries and humanitarian organizations from across the United States for a concentrated focus on the worldwide work of the church. Sponsored by the Intercultural Studies Department and the Great Commission Missionary Fellowship (GCMF) student group at Trinity College of Florida, the Global Impact Conference is designed to highlight the work of missionary and humanitarian groups advancing the hope and message of Jesus Christ.
The Global Impact Conference highlights include:
Conference Fair: Visit the displays of various organizations set up in the Watson Administration Building. You can stop by booths to learn more about each organization’s goals and focus. Perhaps you might discover your next summer adventure while speaking with a representative.
Confirmed mission organizations in attendance: (Check this site for updates on confirmed mission organizations.)
▪ African Inland Mission (Sam Thomas)
▪ Bible Basics International (Herman Meister & Evan Drake)
▪ Bible Centered Ministries International (Jeff Albright)
▪ Camp Gilead (Juan Kononovas)
▪ Child Evangelism Fellowship (Missy Noder)
▪ English Language Institute/China (ELIC) (Wes Jones)
▪ Friends of Internationals (Joseph Pardo)
▪ Human Trafficking (Linda Rodante)
▪ Middle East Christian Outreach (Keith Bateman)
▪ New Tribes Mission (Mark Barnes)
▪ Reciprocal Ministries International (Dan & Debbie Shoemaker)
▪ RTS Missions (John Anderson)
▪ Truckstop Ministries (Mark Gupton)
▪ Winshape Camp (Joel Anderson)
▪ World Team (Don Ropp & Roy Lytle)
▪ Voice of the Martyrs (Desiree Laurelli & Robert Dempsey)
Conference Workshops: A modified class schedule allows students, faculty, and staff to gain access to global missionary leaders who are improving others’ physical and spiritual lives. These mini-sessions give you the opportunity to hear the amazing accomplishments and challenges facing global evangelism. Click here for a list of conference workshops.
Special Chapels: Unique chapel services each day of the conference are designed to connect you with speakers who are impacting the world for Christ. You won’t want to miss the powerful stories of God’s transforming power in the lives of men, women and children. The opening and closing services of the conference can be a life-changing moment for your future.
Mark your calendars now and make it a priority to be involved in the 2013 Global Impact Conference. See, hear and watch God work!
8 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 26:18-20 NIV)
Located on the beautiful Gulf Coast of Florida, Trinity College of Florida, has been known for eighty years for the very best in Christian higher education. Named Best Buy in private colleges and universities in the continental U.S. by Consumers Digest Magazine, Trinity College of Florida remains a premier institution for students seeking four and two year degrees. The College’s preparation involves state-of-the-art classroom training, career advancement, community service, internships, and personal support from fellow students, faculty, and staff. With alumni serving around the world in the areas of ministry, economic relief, business, education, government, human services, and communications, Trinity College of Florida is committed to impacting humanity.