Link 2017: A First Step for Future Missionaries

This spring we’re hosting our two-day Link event in St. Louis, Missouri. Link is an interactive way to explore missions more fully. This event is designed for people who are considering missions and church leaders or missions committee members who want to understand more about MTW.

During this event, held March 24– 25, 2017, at The Kirk of the Hills Church in St. Louis, participants will hear about ministry opportunities around the world, discuss common obstacles to pursuing missions, and interact with MTW staff and missionaries to discern more about God’s calling in relation to cross-cultural missions. We’ll also discuss current opportunities to serve with MTW.

The $50 cost includes meals and materials (some student scholarships are available). If you have questions or need more information, call us or email goevents@mtw.org. To register or to request a media kit, go to mtw.org/link.

This three-minute video that will show you more about what Link has to offer. Please consider sharing this on social media or with your congregation.

Tom Mills (video) in Video on Feb 21, 2017

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