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October 21, 2017

Global Focus 2017: Next Steps

Micah B.

Ministry Assistant for Global Outreach

As Global Focus concludes, has your heart been stirred to build relationships with Muslims in our community or to begin a journey toward long-term missions? Consider the following next steps, or follow the links to learn more about these opportunities.

Missions in the Manse
Sunday, Oct 22, 3–5pm, 2925 Mildred Dr., Roseville
All who are sensing God’s call toward long-term, cross-cultural missions are invited to Pastor Jason & Cara’s home. Come fellowship with global partners, members of the GO team, and others who are feeling called to missions.

Nurture Program Orientation
Saturday, Nov 11, 7:15–8:30pm, Downtown Campus, Room 114
Is God drawing you toward overseas ministry? Come hear about Bethlehem’s values and priorities for Global Outreach ministries and learn about the Nurture Program, our means to prepare and send global partners. No need to RSVP.

Bethlehem Somali Ministry Network Meeting
Saturday, Oct 28, 9:30–11:30am, Downtown Campus, Room 111
Come hear from a couple who are involved in ministry to Somalis, visiting from Europe, who are involved in ministry to Somalis through various types of social media, a method that is bearing much fruit in the Muslim world. Learn more.

Missions Fellowship
Friday, Oct 27, 7–9pm, 1866 Cty Rd C2 W, Roseville
The monthly Missions Fellowship gathering is intended to help prepare and train those who are interested in missions. Global partners and others with overseas experience will address various missions-related topics. All are welcome to attend. No RSVP is needed.

Join a Ministry Trip in 2017–18
Each year Bethlehem sends hundreds of team members on ministry trips around the world to strategically support our global partners and strengthen key ministries. Learn more.

Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Class
January–May 2018, Thursdays, 6–9pm, Downtown Campus
Over 15 weeks, learn from 15 instructors on how God has been working and continues to work throughout the world. Learn more and register.

USA Homestays
Host an international student and offer the warmth, comfort, and community of an American home. Host a student for a semester, or welcome 1–3 students into your home for the Thanksgiving holiday. Learn more.

SALT: Somali Adult Literacy Training
Volunteer one morning a week (Mon–Thurs) at the Downtown Campus to help tutor Somali students in English and build relationships. Learn more. Contact: Carol Van Ess

Arrive: Refugee Life Ministries
Join a team to help welcome and help resettle refugee families who arrive from around the globe by assisting them with home/community orientation and practical help while sharing the gospel, hospitality, and friendship. Learn more by visiting Arrive: Refugee Life Ministries.

Salem Arts Exchange
Volunteer in myriad ways to assist refugee women in learning to sew to earn a living. Sewing classes are held Tuesday evenings in South Minneapolis. Read about their mission and see how to get involved by visiting their website.

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