MICN 2017 Conference
LEADING from the INSIDE, TO LEAD from the OUTSIDE
1-4 May, Kuala Lumpur
Few leaders are born, most are made. Join us in Kuala Lumpur to learn from our keynote speaker Bill Hybels and a variety of others about the global leadership skills needed for missional ICs. Following our previous conference on the Global Church, this coming year our intention is to explore what it takes to lead such churches.
Tribalism in the International Church: With Four Leadership Priorities for Unity and Mission. Tribalism is a little too common across […]Read More ›
The 21st Century is marked by mass migration. Massive population movements of the last century have radically challenged our study […]Read More ›
Unprecedented migration is a global reality of the twenty-first century. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) dubbed 2015 “The Year […]Read More ›
Thriving not Surviving - Leadership Principles to help enable sustainable effective International Church Ministry
Thriving not Surviving – Leadership Principles to help enable sustainable effective International Church Ministry: reflections from the Netherlands With the […]Read More ›
“Evelyn and Richard Hibbert worked in multicultural teams in the Middle East, Europe, and Australia and have been involved in […]Read More ›
In Making Your Partnership Work (2002), author Daniel Rickett has presented the “collective wisdom” that Partners International has gained over […]Read More ›
The book Leading Across Cultures: Effective Ministry and Mission in the Global Church by James Plueddemann (2009) is an excellent […]Read More ›
Jacob BloembergLead Pastor / Hanoi International Fellowship
“We had some fuel going but MICN was the spark that ignited our IC to become missional. The language, phrasing, encapsulating big ideas into capturing statements made it transferable to our IC context.”
Cam ArensenFormer Senior Pastor / Evangelical Community Church of Abu Dhabi
“The only place I can meet with true peers! MICN is my home base, which is not geographic or organization, but a solid group of good friends.”
David KingSenior Pastor / Evangelical Church of Bangkok
"In the never-ending 'parade' of ministry to the transient diaspora of international churches, how refreshing it is to find a group of like-minded practitioners who minister to that 'parade'."
David YoungLead Pastor / Alliance Bible Church (previously Changwattana Community Church, Bangkok)
"It felt like we were planting a new church each year and with such high turnover we could have easily lost focus but our friends at MICN helped us understand that the challenges of the IC are our greatest ministry oppertunities."