Mission conference tells the story

Have you ever gone on a mission trip? Missions to help people are everywhere. We are called to help our fellow humans. Some missions are local, in fact in this economy, a LOT are local. But the core of where the most work needs to be done is far and wide. Sometimes it takes a whisper to your heart to know you need to know more, to get equipped for missions. Sometimes it takes a full out lobby and a kick in the pants, especially for the skeptical, especially for those who want to be the hands of Christ, just not the brains. And for a lucky few, missions was born into your heart. You can’t stop yourself.

I’m a big fan of the retreat, or conference, or revival. Events like this can set your heart and head on fire. It makes sense to at least go see, right? The conference mentioned here, Story 10, is built to answer questions and motivate. Here’s what Brian C Russell wants you to know:

Story’10 is a missions conference from Pioneers which invites you to be a part of God’s story among the unreached peoples of the world.  You’ll hear first-hand accounts of how God is moving in the world from missionaries fresh off the field from areas like Thailand, Central Asia, Indonesia, Europe, South America, Africa and more!  There’s even a track specifically for kids!  For more information check out pioneers.org/story!

And, let’s look at this video, and warning, it rocks missions!

Story’10 Trailer from Pioneers-USA on Vimeo.


Meet the guy passionate for this conference and missions, Brian C. Russell over at his blog, Awesomologist, An Awesome Blog

About Robin Arnold

Reader, writer, gardener, geek, maker of homes in several states, now settled in Virginia with husband Bob, and Hazel and Wilson the tabby cats.
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One Response to Mission conference tells the story

  1. bman says:

    Thank you so much for posting this today! It's so exciting to see it in so many different places!

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