Sent 2017<a href="https://www.regonline.com/registration/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1905338" target="_blank">Register now</a>April 6–8, 2017GP0|#5e3697fa-e1cb-4961-99b2-5c69fc682065;L0|#05e3697fa-e1cb-4961-99b2-5c69fc682065|Sent;GTSet|#bb9274b4-45fe-43f1-8b69-3df0b933cdb0;GPP|#799e2557-7da2-4119-9aa2-929c17998ac6;GPP|#96e4d92c-656e-45f6-9cd5-ab8aed108e3chttps://www.mennonitemission.net/resources/events/sent/Sent 2017Sent 2017A gathering of Mennonites planting Jesus-centered communitiesRegistration fee: $65

 

 

<p> <a href="#spanish">En Español</a></p><p>​Be SENT. </p><p>Join a gathering of more than 100 Mennonite mission-minded, Jesus-following leaders for a two-day church-planting summit in Fort Myers. There will be church planters, groups testing the call, missional entrepreneurs, outreach experimenters, pastors, missiologists, and conference leaders.</p><p>Be a part of something greater. Build relationships with other Anabaptist church planters. This gathering will strengthen existing relationships and explore new ways of collaboration across the church.</p><p>Be inspired. Share your church-planting experiences—the good, the bad, the ugly. Together, we can learn to form Jesus-shaped communities in a variety of contexts. We will reflect on Anabaptist/Mennonite church-planting experiences—both successes and failures—and again hear Jesus’ words to us, sending us into many different contexts to form new faith communities.</p><p>Hosted by <em>Arca de Salvacion</em>.<br></p><p>Sponsored by Mennonite Mission Network.</p><p> <br> </p><h2>Schedule</h2><h3>Thursday, April 6</h3><p>4:30-5:30  <strong>Registration/arrival</strong><br>5:30-6:30  <strong>DINNER (<em>Arca de Salvación</em> dining hall)</strong><br>6:30-8  <strong>Opening</strong><br></p><blockquote style="margin:0px 0px 0px 40px;padding:0px;border:medium none currentcolor;"><p> <strong>Presentations<br></strong></p><p><strong>Worship and biblical meditation:</strong> Ervin Stutzman, “Creating Communities of the Kingdom” (Acts 1:3, Acts 28:31, Romans 1:1)</p></blockquote><p> </p><h3>Friday, April 7</h3><p>8-9  <strong>BREAKFAST</strong><br>9-9:30  <strong>Worship and biblical meditation:</strong> Stanley W. Green (1 Corinthians 9:19-23)<br>9:30-10  <strong>The Story of <em>Arca de Salvación</em></strong><br>10-10:45  <strong>Plenary 1: WHO IS SENT? </strong> (Three 15-min. speakers)<br></p><ol><li>“The planter profile,” <strong>Mauricio Chenlo</strong><br></li><li>“The spiritual entrepreneur,” <strong>Josias Hansen</strong><br></li><li>“Soul caring for the planter,” <strong>Marilyn Bender</strong><br></li></ol><p>10:45-11  <strong>Circles of three </strong><br>11-11:30  <strong>BREAK</strong><br>11:30-12:30  <strong>Workshops: WHO IS SENT?</strong><br></p><ol><li><span><span><strong></strong></span></span><strong></strong> “Key traits of a church planter,” <span><span><span><span><strong>Byron Pellecer</strong></span></span><strong><span></span></strong></span></span><br></li><li><span><span><strong></strong></span></span><strong></strong> “Church planting as a woman,” <span><span><span><span><strong>Karen Martinez</strong></span></span><strong><span></span></strong></span></span><br></li><li><span><span><strong></strong></span></span><strong> </strong>“Who do you turn to when you need help?” <span><span><span><span><strong>Madeline Maldonado</strong></span></span><strong><span></span></strong></span></span> <br></li><li><span><span><strong></strong></span></span>“With whom should I spend most of my time as a church planter?” <span><span><span><span><strong>Gisselle Guity</strong></span></span></span></span><br></li></ol><p>12:30-2:30  <strong>LUNCH</strong><br>2:30-2:45  <strong>Plenary 2: HOW ARE WE PLANTING?</strong> (Three 15-min. speakers)<br></p><blockquote style="margin:0px 0px 0px 40px;padding:0px;border:medium none currentcolor;"><p></p></blockquote><ol><li><strong>Mary Thiessen Nation</strong>: “The Early Church experience”<br></li><li><strong>Jim and Jodi Ostlund</strong>: “The multi-campus church”<br></li><li><strong>Matthew Shedden</strong>: “Passing on the legacy”<br></li><li>2:45-3  Circles of three<br></li></ol><blockquote style="margin:0px 0px 0px 40px;padding:0px;border:medium none currentcolor;"></blockquote> <p></p><p>3-3:30  <strong>BREAK</strong><br>3:30-4:30  <strong>Workshops: HOW ARE WE PLANTING?</strong></p><ol><li>“How to sustain a church plant and stay afloat financially,” <strong>Sandy Miller</strong><br></li><li> “How to form a core church-planting team,” <strong>Ryan and Natalia Gladwin</strong><br></li><li>“Shared Commitments for Anabaptist Church Planters” <strong>Stanley Green</strong><br></li><li> “How to plant a movement rather than a single church,” <strong>Skip Tobin</strong><br></li></ol><p>4:30-5:30  <strong>Workshops: WHERE ARE WE PLANTING?</strong></p><ol><li><span>“Congregational revitalization and church planting in rural areas,” <strong> </strong><strong>Brad Roth</strong></span><br></li><li>“What role should district conferences play in church-planting initiatives?”<strong> </strong><strong>David Boshart</strong><strong> </strong><em></em><br></li><li><span><span> “Multisite church,” <strong>Jim and Jodi Ostlund</strong> </span></span> </li><li>“How to be a spiritually empowered church planter,” <strong>Olak Sunuwar</strong><br></li><li><p style="text-align:left;">"Connecting Personal Passion, Agency Goals, and Partner Priorities," <strong>Sharon Norton</strong></p><strong><br></strong></li></ol><p>5:30-7:30  <strong>DINNER</strong><br>7:30-9  <strong>Evening worship and testimonies</strong></p>  <h3>Saturday, April 8</h3><p>8-8:30  <strong>BREAKFAST</strong><br>8:30-9:30  <strong>Worship and biblical meditation: </strong>Mary Thiessen Nation  (Acts 1:8)<br>9-9:45  <strong>Plenary 3: WHERE ARE WE SENT? </strong>(Three 15-min. speakers)<br></p><ol><li>“Ministering the mosaic realities of church planting in South Florida," <strong>Andrew Bodden</strong><br></li><li>"Grounded on a local reality,"<strong> </strong><strong>Mary Thiessen Nation</strong><br></li><li>"God called, we followed,"<strong> </strong><strong>Sharon Norton</strong><br></li></ol><p>9:45-10  <strong>Circles of three </strong><strong></strong><br>10-10:30  <strong>Listening team feedback</strong><br>10:30-11  <strong>BREAK</strong><br>11-12  <strong>Communion and final words</strong><br>12  <strong>Dismissal and lunch</strong></p><p><strong><br></strong></p><h1>Presenters</h1><p><strong>Marilyn Bender</strong> began her ministry as co-pastor/church planter with her husband, John, in Raleigh, North Carolina, where they started a Mennonite church and then pastored for 18 years. Both in Pittsburgh and now Allentown, Pennsylvania, she was employed by Ten Thousand Villages, and offers spiritual direction. She attends Ripple Church, a church plant in Allentown associated with Franconia Mennonite Conference.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Andrew Bodden</strong> is originally from El Progreso, Yoro, Honduras, is married to Raquel Bodden and is father of three children. Bodden is an ordained district minister for Southeast Mennonite Conference; associate pastor for <em>Iglesia Menonita Encuentro Renovación</em> in Miami, Florida; and a board member for Mennonite Mission Network. He has worked with Mennonite Central Committee East Coast in South Florida for15 years, and currently works as senior program coordinator to connect with the Anabaptist pastors and churches in Florida and with the diverse churches along the East Coast. Bodden also leads the immigration program in South Florida.</p><p>Bodden has worked for the Evangelical Center for Pastoral Studies in Central America as a national coordinator in an ecumenical setting with pastors and leaders in Central America. As founder and general manager for <em>Coemsa</em> (Human Resources consulting company in Honduras), he has experience working in multicultural settings in Central America, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and the United States.</p><p>Bodden has a double bachelor's degree from the National University of Honduras, his master's from the Technological University of Central America (UNITEC), and training in pastoral ministries from Latin-American Biblical Seminary.</p><p> </p><p><strong>David Boshart</strong> has been a Mennonite pastor for more than 30 years, and serves as executive conference minister for Central Plains Mennonite Conference. Boshart also serves as moderator-elect of Mennonite Church USA. He holds a PhD in Leadership Studies from Andrews University, with an emphasis on missional theology, and is the author of the book <em>Becoming Missional: Denominations and New Church Development in Complex Social Contexts. </em>Boshart also has served as adjunct professor at Eastern Mennonite Seminary, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, and Andrews University.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Mauricio Chenlo</strong> works with Mennonite Mission Network to engage conferences, churches, and church planters in thinking about our common sending call - to plant the seeds of God's kingdom - in entrepreneurial and creative ways through the envisioning and launching of new imaginative missional communities.</p><p>Chenlo engages with young adults, former evangelicals, and nontraditional ethnic churches (e.g., Garifuna, Haitian, etc.) in providing coaching, networking, and systems interpretation to initiate new communities that embody in humble ways the kingdom values.</p><p>He and his wife, Sara Padilla Chenlo, have three children: Cristina, 27; Andrés, 24; and Ariana, 21.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Ryan and Natalia Gladwin</strong> have lived and worked throughout the Americas (Santa Marta and Bogotá, Colombia; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Londrina, Brazil; Raleigh, North Carolina; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; West Palm Beach, Florida) and the United Kingdom (Edinburgh, Scotland). Ryan works in pastoral ministry and community development, and Natalia Works as a certified health and social care worker with the homeless. </p><p>Currently, Ryan is an assistant professor of ministry and the coordinator of the Christian social ministry program at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach. He regularly preaches in local churches and presents at national conferences, and has numerous academic publications. </p><p>Natalia teaches Spanish at Coniston Middle School in West Palm Beach. They both serve in active leadership roles within the West Palm Beach Anabaptist Family Group. </p><p>Ryan is a second-generation native of Palm Beach County, Florida, and Natalia is a native Argentine. </p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Stanley W. Green</strong>, is the executive director of Mennonite Mission Network. Green was born in South Africa, under an apartheid system, but sought to express social concerns that grew out of his faith. </p><p>Green received a bachelor's degree in theology from Federal Theological Seminary of Southern Africa. From 1981 to 1985, Green and his family also served a five-year missionary term in Jamaica, working with the United Church of Jamaica and Grand Cayman, where he oversaw three congregations.</p><p>He came to the United States in 1986 to pursue a doctorate in missiology from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. While there, he served as senior pastor of Faith Mennonite Church in Downey, California. Green also served in several part-time positions: conference minister for Southern California with Southwest Mennonite Conference, urban missiologist with Mennonite Board of Missions (now Mennonite Mission Network) and president of the Council for Anabaptists in Los Angeles (now the Center for Anabaptist Leadership).</p><p>Green and his wife, Ursula (Lundall), live in Goshen, Ind., where they are members of Waterford Mennonite Church. They have two sons, Stanley III ("Lee") and James.</p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Gisselle Guity</strong> is a member of Anabaptist Family Group, a local, multicultural church group of Southeast Conference, which was planted two years ago. Guity's cultural background is Hispanic Garifuna from Honduras. As a church leader and a professional mental health therapist, Guity sees the need in her community, city and county, and the necessity to spread the gospel to families who don't know the Lord and are struggling with many issues in their lives. Her goals as a follower of Christ is not only to provide spiritual support to these people, but also to be a liaison between the governments and to provide them with other assistance such as immigration advocacy, counseling, food pantry, and guidance through their daily struggles. She has also participated in different women's conferences in Honduras, Guatemala, Belize, and the USA, teaching her more about how to be an instrument of Jesus that brings healing, hope, love and caring to all these people. </p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Josias Hansen</strong> graduated from a Pentecostal university and a Lutheran seminary, yet somehow he became a Mennonite pastor. He currently serves as the community pastor at Third Way Church, a Mennonite church in St. Paul, Minnesota. As a lover of adventure, Josias has traveled to more than 20 countries and spent time doing humanitarian work in Thailand. When he has an extra minute, he enjoys outdoor activities, connecting with interesting people, and researching nerdy theological topics.</p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Madeline Maldonado</strong> is the former associate pastor at Iglesia Evangelica Menonita Arca de Salvacion, Fort Myers, Florida, where she teaches, preaches, counsels others, and advocates for undocumented immigrants. Maldonado is on the board for Mennonite Mission Network and Iglesia Menonita Hispana, and coordinates the Hispanic Mennonite Women's group. She works with a Bible Institute in Chiul, Quiche, Guatemala to help provide Christian education. </p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Karen Martinez</strong> lives in West Palm Beach, Florida, with her three children. Originally from Honduras, she is a Garifuna woman. Martinez came to the United States in 1988 and lived in Bronx, New York, for more than 15 years. She moved to Florida about 10 years ago. Martinez accepted Jesus nearly five years ago and "since that time, my life is not the same," she said. She a member of GFA <em>(Grupo Familiar Anabaustista) </em>West Palm Beach<em>,</em> which started a year ago. Martinez works in a trailer community to assist families, most of whom are undocumented immigrants. She works as a clinician therapist to serve families and children in West Palm Beach, and is a student at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (Elkhart, Indiana) in the Master of Divinity program.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Sandy Miller</strong> seeks to engage congregations in mission, as director for church relations at Mennonite Mission Network. Her team walks alongside conferences in their mission activities and serves as a resource to them, calling out people to serve, to pray, and to contribute to God's mission around the world. Before coming to Mennonite Mission Network, Miller spent 11 years as minister of worship and music for a rural congregation located west of Goshen, Indiana. She has an MDiv from Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, Indiana, and enjoys learning and growing in Christ as a lifetime activity, sharing with other Christians on the journey of being a missional people and church. Miller and her husband, Mike, are members of Silverwood Mennonite Church in Goshen.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Mary Thiessen Nation </strong>grew up in a Mennonite Brethren family in Alberta, Canada. She earned her teaching degree at Tabor College in Hillsboro, Kansas. After serving with World Impact, an interdenominational urban mission organization in Los Angeles, for 18 years, she earned two master's degrees and her PhD in Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary. She met her husband, Mark, and joined the Mennonite church while at Fuller Seminary. Mary and Mark served with Mennonite Mission Network in London, England, for two terms prior to moving to Harrisonburg, Virginia. Mary served as a consultant in spirituality and urban ministry in London. Mary is a speaker, teacher, preacher and mentor in her local church (Early Church) in Harrisonburg, as well as in the broader Mennonite church. She serves as an adjunct faculty member at Eastern Mennonite Seminary.</p><p><br></p><p><strong>Sharon Norton</strong> is director of Journey International at Mennonite Mission Network. She also helps applicants discern that calling, and walks with them through the appointment process. Sharon graduated from Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary with a master's degree in Theological Studies with a concentration in Biblical Studies.</p><p>Sharon is passionate about God's mission in the world and how everyone can participate in it. She enjoys thinking and dreaming with others about creative ways of reaching people with the good news of Jesus. As a returned mission worker from Germany, Sharon appreciates being able to tell stories from that experience, and talking about missions in post-Christian/post-modern settings.</p><p>Sharon is married to Steve, who is a pastor at Goshen City Church of the Brethren, and is mother to three school-age children, Katja, David and Marius. They live in Goshen, Indiana. </p><p> </p><p><strong>Jim and Jodi Ostlund</strong> are Kansas natives and high-school sweethearts. They have served in ministry since a week after they got married. Jim has served at Eden (Kansas) Mennonite Church and Blooming Glen Mennonite Church, in Pennsylvania. He has an undergraduate degree in music education from Bethel College, studied at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, and has a master in Youth, Family and Culture from Fuller Theological Seminary. Jodi is a nurse practitioner who studied at Bethel College and Wichita State University. She works for a pulmonologist in Hutchinson, Kansas. In 2012, the Ostlunds moved back to Kansas to help begin the McPherson campus of Journey Mennonite Church. Jim serves as campus pastor, while Jodi serves in a variety of volunteer roles. They love ministering to their growing, diverse faith community, and encouraging and discipling people to follow Jesus. </p><p> </p><p><strong>Byron Pellecer</strong> is an associate conference minister for Western District Conference. He comes to this position with 20 years of pastoral ministry in four congregations and three area conferences of Mennonite Church USA. His passion is to sustain transformational pastors, resourcing healthy and missional churches; to network Anabaptist church-planting partnerships, and to nurture emerging congregations and sister church partnerships. He advocates for intercultural transformation, undoing racism, and Hispanic ministries across Western District Conference. He lives in Grand Prairie, Texas, with his wife, Hildalejandra. </p><p> </p><p><strong>Brad Roth</strong> serves as the pastor of the West Zion Mennonite Church in Moundridge, Kansas.  His book on the rural church, <em>God's Country</em>,<em> </em>will be released by Herald Press on September 19.  He blogs on seeing God in the everyday at <a href="http://doxologyproject.com/">doxologyproject.com</a>.</p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Matthew Shedden</strong> is a pastor at Defiance Church, a church re-plant in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. He earned his MDiv at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, and has worked in ministry in Colorado, Washington and Oregon. He also serves as the Praxis editor at <em>The Other Journal</em>. </p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Ervin R. Stutzman</strong> is Executive Director for Mennonite Church USA. Before taking on this role in January 2010, he served for nearly 12 years as Dean and Professor of Church Ministries at Eastern Mennonite Seminary, Harrisonburg, Viriginia. He has also served the Mennonite Church in the roles of pastor, district overseer, missions administrator, conference moderator and, from 2001 to 2003, as moderator for Mennonite Church USA.</p><p> </p><p>Stutzman graduated with a bachelor's degree from Cincinnati (Ohio) Christian University and a master's degrees from the University of Cincinnati and Eastern Mennonite Seminary. He received his Ph.D. from Temple University. </p><p> </p><p>Stutzman and his wife, Bonita, live in Harrisonburg, Virginia, where he preaches, teaches and writes. His Herald Press publications include <em>Being God's People</em>, <em>Creating Communities of the Kingdom</em> (co-authored with David Shenk), <em>Welcome!</em>, <em>Tobias of the Amish</em> and <em>Emma, A Widow Among the Amish</em>. Ervin enjoys doing woodworking projects in partnership with Bonita. They have three adult children, Emma, Daniel and Benjamin.</p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Olak Bahadur Sunuwar</strong> was born in Dolakha-Jiri, Nepal, where his family practiced both Hinduism and Sunuwar, an indigenous religion. He first heard the gospel from an evangelist in 1999, and with time, his skepticism turned into belief when his mother was healed from a sickness. This led to a deep division within his extended family. </p><p>Sunuwar went on to complete his bachelor of Theology and became more involved in church leadership. He started working with Himalayan United Christian Fellowship Nepal, which works to create peace and harmony within the churches, leaders and communities. More than 200 churches from different denomination backgrounds joined the movement in 2004. At the same time, Sunuwar started teaching at the Himalayan Bible Study Academy, a Bible school in Nepal.</p><p>Sunuwar has his MDiv degree and worked with Nepalese churches as president of Nepalese Christian Council Hong Kong. Currently, Sunuwar and his family moved to Chicago to complete his PhD in Christian Ethics/Church and Society at Lutheran School of Theology. </p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Skip and Carol Tobin</strong> got their "feet wet" in church planting during the dozen years of being church with people incarcerated in prisons in Delaware and Pennsylvania, and with the variety of people of different backgrounds on the streets of Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Then came the opportunity to share Jesus with Buddhist rice farmers in northeast Thailand who had never heard the gospel. Over the 20 years that Skip and Carol served with Eastern Mennonite Missions and Virginia Mennonite Missions, they were privileged to see a multiplying church emerge: North East Thai or Isaan style. Eastern Mennonite Seminary training followed. Skip currently serves as director of USA ministries with Virginia Mennonite Missions, a joint missional representative role with Virginia Mennonite Conference. Carol serves as VMM Asia director with Virginia Mennonite Missions. They live in Harrisonburg, Virginia, and have six daughters and four grandchildren.</p><p><br></p><p><strong><br></strong></p><p> <strong> <br></strong></p><p> <a name="spanish"></a> <b> <em>Español</em></b></p><p> <strong>Abril 6-8, 2017</strong></p><h1>Sent 2017</h1><p>Una conferencia de líderes Menonitas plantadores de comunidades centradas en Jesús<br></p><p>Regístrese Ya!</p><p>Arca de Salvación, Fort Myers, Florida</p><p>Hospedada por Arca de Salvación.</p><p>Se ENVIADO</p><p>Únete a un grupo de más de 100 líderes seguidores de Jesús menonitas orientados hacia la misión y plantación de iglesias en una conferencia de dos días en Fort Myers. Contaremos con la participación de plantadores, grupos de evaluación del llamado, emprendedores misionales, evangelistas, pastores, misiologos, y líderes de conferencias regionales.</p><p>Se parte de algo más grande. Construye relaciones con otros plantadores anabautistas. Uno de los propósitos centrales de la conferencia es fortalecer los vínculos y explorar nuevas formas de colaboración en la misión de la iglesia.</p><p>Inspírate. Comparte tus experiencias de misión/plantación – lo bueno, lo malo, lo desagradable. Juntos podemos aprender unos de otros a iniciar iglesias modeladas en el seguimiento de Jesús en una variedad de contextos. Reflexionaremos sobre experiencias de plantación Anabautistas/Menonitas –nuestros aciertos y fracasos—las palabras de Jesús nos inspiraran al ser enviado a nuestros diferentes contextos locales y nuestras comunidades de fe.</p><p>Alojado por Arca de Salvacion.</p><p>Auspiciado por la Red Menonita de Misiones (Mennonite Mission Network)</p><p>Horario</p><p>Jueves, abril 6</p><p>4:30-5:30 Arribo/Inscripción</p><p>5:30-6:30 CENA</p><p>6:30-8 Apertura</p><p>Adoración y reflexión bíblica: Ervin S, "Creyendo comunidades del reino de Dios" (Hechos 1:3, 28:31 Romanos 1:1)</p><p>Viernes, abril 7</p><p>8-9 DESAYUNO (hotel)</p><p>9-9:30 Adoración y reflexión bíblica: Stanley G 1 Corintios 9:19-23</p><p>9:30-10 La Historia de Arca de Salvación: Pastor Marcial</p><p>10-10:45 Plenario 1: QUIEN ES ENVIADO?</p><p>Mauricio Chenlo: "Perfil del Plantador"</p><p>Josías Hansen: "El Emprendedor Espiritual"</p><p>Marilyn Bender "Cuidado Pastoral para el Plantador"</p><p>10:45-11 Grupos de 3 para discutir preguntas y respuestas del Plenario</p><p>11-11:30 BREAK</p><p>11:30-12:30 Talleres: QUIEN ES ENVIADO?</p><p>1. "Características claves del Plantador" Byron Pellecer</p><p>2. "La Plantadora Mujer" Karen Martinez</p><p>3. "A quien recurres cuando necesitas ayuda?" Madeline Maldonado</p><p>4. "Con quien debo pasar más tiempo como plantador de iglesias?" Gisselle Guity</p><p>12:30-2:30 LUNCH</p><p>2:30-2:45 Plenario 2: COMO ESTAMOS PLANTANDO?</p><p>Mary Thiessen Nation: "La experiencia de La Iglesia Primitiva"</p><p>Jim and Jodi Ostlund: "La iglesia Satelite"</p><p>Matthew Shedden: "Pasando el bastón"</p><p>2:45-3:00 Grupos de 3 para discutir preguntas y respuestas del Plenario</p><p>3-3:30 BREAK</p><p>3:30-4:30 Talleres: COMO ESTAMOS PLANTANDO?</p><p>1. "Como sostener una nueva obra y mantenerla a flote" Sandy Miller</p><p>2. "Como formar un equipo de lanzamiento" Ryan and Natalia Gladwin</p><p>3. "Compromisos compartidos por los plantadores de las iglesias" Stanley Green </p><p>4. "Como iniciar un movimiento en lugar de solo plantar una iglesia" Skip Tobin</p><p>4:30-5:30 Talleres: DONDE ESTAMOS PLANTANDO?</p><p>1 . "Revitalización de Iglesias y obras en zonas rurales" Brad Roth</p><p>2. "Cuál es el rol de las conferencias de distrito en la plantación de iglesias?" David Boshart</p><p>3. "Iglesia Satelital," Jim and Jodi Ostlund</p><p>4."Como empoderar espiritaulmente al plantador"" Olak Sunuwar</p><p>5. "Conectando la pasión personal, las metas de la agencia y las prioridades de los socios" Sharon Norton</p><p>5:30-7:30 CENA</p><p>7:30-9 Adoración y testimonios</p><p>Sábado 8 de abril, 2017</p><p>8-8:30 DESAYUNO</p><p>8:30-9:30 Adoración y Reflexión bíblica: Mary Thiessen Nation (Hechos 1:8)</p><p>9-9:45 Plenario 3: DONDE SOMOS ENVIADOS?</p><p>Andrew Bodden: "Ministrando en el mosaico de realidades diversas en el sur de la Florida"</p><p>Mary Thiessen Nation: "arraigados en la realidad local"</p><p>Sharon Norton: "Dios nos llamo, nosotros le segimos"</p><p>9:45-10 Grupos de 3 discusión preguntas y respuestas</p><p>10-10:30 Equipo de Escucha Activa, devolución.</p><p>10:30-11 BREAK</p><p>11-12 Comunión y palabras finales</p><p>12 Despedida y almuerzo</p><p><br></p>