COSIM

5) COSIM conference to be held May 6–8 in Phoenix

The quality of listening, or often the lack thereof, is a big issue in the global Christian movement. So the theme of this year’s COSIM Conference is “LISTEN: Deepening the Conversation in Cross-Cultural Partnership.” They’ve gathered a sharp group of key presenters too numerous to mention here. But learn more at…

http://cosim.info/conference

COSIM stands for Coalition On the Support of Indigenous Ministries; it is an association of churches and agencies cooperating together to advance the best practices of cross-cultural partnership. For more info, write Phil
philthorntonatwindstreamdotnet

11) COSIM Conference to Be Held May 7-9 in Phoenix —

This year’s COSIM Conference will be built around the theme, “Cross-Cultural Partnership in the Context of Deep Change.” Key presenters include Jane O. of Development Associates Int’l, Scott A. of Disciple Nations Alliance, J. K. of International Turkey Network, and more, including members of the COSIM Resource Team. COSIM stands for Coalition On Support of Indigenous Ministries and is an association of churches and agencies cooperating together to advance the best practices of cross-cultural partnership. The meeting will be hosted by Mission Community Church in Gilbert (suburb of Phoenix). Additional information can be found at

 

http://www.cosim.info

 

Be sure to click on the video of Joel H. of Christian Reformed World Mission who will share at the conference how COSIM helped CRWM make a major shift toward cross-cultural partnership in strategy and practice. You may also write to

philthorntonatwindstreamdotnet

3) COSIM conference on cross-cultural partnership June 6-8, 2011 —

“Partnership: Trends, Trials & Triumphs” will be the theme for the 16th annual COSIM conference, and will be held at Columbia International University, Columbia, South Carolina. COSIM stands for Coalition on the Support of Indigenous Ministries. Featured author-speakers will be Steve Corbett (When Helping Hurts: Alleviating Poverty Without Hurting the Poor…and Yourself), Mary Lederleitner (Cross-Cultural Partnerships: Navigating the Complexities of Money and Mission) and Steve Moore (Who Is My Neighbor? Being a Good Samaritan in a Connected World). Learn more at:

 

http://cosim.info

 

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