The CCCU Ministerial Conference will be held on Tuesday, March 31st. The theme of the conference is “Engage: Unstuck” and will be held once again on the Ohio Christian University campus. Speakers include General Superintendent Dr. Mike Holbrook, Dr. Matt Friedeman, Promise Keepers CEO Ken Harrison, and Bishop Timothy Clarke. The day will be filled with dynamic speakers who will encourage and equip you for ministry.
The General Missionary Department is pleased to announce Dr. David Lattimer as our new Missionary Evangelist. As Missionary Evangelist, Dr. Lattimer will travel among our churches preaching, teaching, and engaging churches in the Great Commission.
Dr. Lattimer is no stranger to the General Missionary Department. He served as General Missionary Superintendent for 18 years. Dr. Lattimer has also served as a pastor, professor of missions, and university administrator. Most recently, he has served as the Pastor of Spiritual Formation at Crossroads CCCU. Throughout his fruitful ministry, Dr. Lattimer has focused on winning others to Jesus and passionately promoting the Great Commission. This passion continues to burn deeply in his heart.
The General Missionary Department is pleased to announce the appointment of Scott and Noel Hardaway to Papua New Guinea. "Scott and Noel are a tremendous addition to our team of Global Workers serving around the world. Their testimonies and calling will inspire and challenge you," said General Missionary Superintendent Rev. Michael Tipton.
The 2019 Advent Offering for Missions is underway! The theme for this year's offering is Joy to the World. The goal this year is to raise $75,000.
These funds will be used to recruit new missionaries, serve our current missionaries working around the world, equip churches for Great Commission impact, develop resources like our new Kids on Mission curriculum, and relieve the suffering of those affected by natural disasters.
The General Missionary Department is pleased to announce the appointment of Rev. Gene Mattox to Papua New Guinea and a couple who will serve in the Middle East*. "These new missionaries are a tremendous addition to our team of Global Workers serving around the world. Their testimonies and calling will inspire and challenge you," said General Missionary Superintendent Rev. Michael Tipton.