Missions Conference Schedule00001Saturday, November 12, 2016

9:00-9:15- Worship and Announcements

9:15-9:55- Morning Session with Dick Eastman

10:00-10:50- Breakout 1 (see descriptions below)

  •      20/20: Seeing God More Clearly in the World Today (A)
  •      Spend Wisely: The Cost of Discipleship (CA)
  •      Here and Now: Taking a Look at Local Missions (FR)

11:00-11:50- Breakout 2 (see descriptions below)

  •      Justice For All: Finding God in the Injustice (A)
  •      Not Just a Vacation: Families on Mission (CA)
  •      All things to All People: Building Relationship in a Cross-Cultural Environment (FR)

12:00-1:45- Lunch

2:00-2:30- Reunite and Worship

2:45-3:35- Breakout 3 (see descriptions below)

  •      The Unknown: Reaching Out to Muslims (A)
  •      The Strength in You: Empowering You in Ministry (CA)  
  •      The Greatest Story Ever Told: Sharing the Gospel Through Story Telling (FA)

3:45-4:35- Breakout 4 (see descriptions below)

  •      I CAN: Being a Part of Missions (A)
  •      Radical: Living Beyond the Norm (CA)
  •      This is Living: Lifestyle of Missions (FR)

4:45-6:00 Afternoon Session with Dick Eastman

Locations: (A): Main Auditorium (CA): Children’s Auditorium (FR): Fireside Room



Dick Eastman (I CAN Conference)



Dick Eastman is the international president of Every Home for Christ. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with his wife, Dee and is a prayer leader respected across denominational boundaries. He has presented more than 3.6 billions gospel messages since 1946. He serves as president of America’s National Prayer Committee and is the founder of the Change the World School of Prayer, a multi-part seminar that has trained more than 2,000,000 Christians in 120 nations on the power and intimacy of prayer. He will be the Main Session speaker at the Missions Conference 2016.

Dean Sherman (Missions Banquet)


Dean Sherman is considered one of Youth With A Mission’s founding fathers. He is a respected international Bible teacher, having ministered in 49 states and more than 40 countries. He and his wife, Michelle, make their home in Kona, Hawaii.