Global Mission Conference

May 29 – June 12

May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face shine on us – so that your ways may be known on earth, your salvation among all nations.

Psalm 67:1–2

Our 2022 Global Mission Conference is an intentional and inspiring time of seeking and listening to how God is calling each of us to rise in faith and shine with Christ’s light in our world.

Join us as we come together in worship with our global church body and stand together in the power of prayer. We’ll be engaging in exciting opportunities to learn in community as we hear from special guest speakers – including our mission partners who are shining Christ’s light all around the world.

Come and be inspired and challenged for God’s global mission.


Sunday, May 29

Guest Speaker Alia Abboud

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Sunday, May 29

Online Prayer Night

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Saturday, June 4

Share Life. Share Faith. Interactive Workshops

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Sunday, June 5

Missionary Sunday

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Sunday, June 12

Guest Speaker Terry LeBlanc

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Sunday, June 12

Mission Expo

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Dr. Alia Abboud

Dr. Alia Abboud has served in mission for over 30 years. Her journey began with World Vision Lebanon in 1990, where she served as Communications Officer, and Operations Manager.

In 2003, Alia joined the Lebanese Society for Education and Social Development, where she now serves as Chief Development Officer. Based in Lebanon, the Christian organization uses a holistic approach to strengthen the local Church and serve the local community in Lebanon and the surrounding regions of the Middle East.

Restoring hope for the marginalized, building bridges in the midst of destruction, and nurturing servant leaders within the Church, LSESD continues to rise with unshakeable faith and shine with Christ’s light no matter how dark the situation.

Dr. Terry LeBlanc

Dr. Terry LeBlanc is a Mi’kmaq-Acadian, and co-founder of Indigenous Pathways – an umbrella organization for two unique ministries called iEmergence, and NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community, formerly known as the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies.

Through the two platforms, Indigenous Pathways facilitates discipleship and leadership development within Indigenous culture and promotes the health and well-being of Indigenous people. Through formal education, training, community engagement, and other support programs, the ministries aim to introduce a way forward and create a better future for Indigenous people including those who follow Jesus.

Terry is also an award-winning writer and professor, who teaches at various universities and colleges throughout North America as well as overseas. His extensive community work and experience helps people understand what it means to rise up in peace and shine together for Jesus.