MAIN Speakers

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The Most Rev. Foley Beach

Archbishop, Anglican Church in North America
& Chairman of GAFCON

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The most rev. Benjamin Kwashi

Archbishop, Diocese of Jos, Nigeria & General Secretary of GAFCON

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Mr. Simon Guillebaud

Missionary to Burundi with Great Lakes Outreach (GLO), Author of More Than Conquerors & Dangerously Alive

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Rev. Canon Dr. Moses Bushendich

International Director, CMS-Africa, Priest in the Anglican Church of Uganda

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Mr. Jason Mandryk

Co-Director and Co-Editor of Operation World

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Ms. MOLLY WALL

Co-Director & Co-Editor of Operation World;
Advising Editor of Pray for the World

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The Rev. Chris Royer

Executive Director of Anglican Frontier Missions (AFM)

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The Rev. Tad de Bordenave

Founder of Anglican Frontier Missions (AFM)

Mr. Dominic Sputo

Founder of LumenLife, Author of Heirloom Love: Authentic Christianity in an Age of Persecution

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The Rev. erin clifford

Director of Spiritual and Missional Formation,
Fuller Theological Seminary

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The most rev. Dhiloraj Canagasabey

Archbishop, Ceylon/Sri Lanka & Bishop of Colombo

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The Rt. Rev. Raphael AND Mrs. MICHELLE Samuel

Bishop, Diocese of Bolivia, and his wife

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The Most Rev. Miguel Uchoa

Archbishop, Gafcon Province of Brazil

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The Rev. Jerry & Mrs. Stacy Kramer

Missionaries to N. Iraq, Kenya, & Tanzania with Love for the Least

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MR. David Garrison

Executive Director, Global Gates &
Author of A Wind in the House of Islam


Introducing MAP Talks!

(Mission Awareness Presentations)

MAP Talks will replace our traditional workshops allowing you to hear more testimonies and receive more training and inspiration from missionaries and mission-engaged leaders from around the world. The MAP Talk format will be 15 minutes of presentation, followed by 15 minutes of discussion, then you’ll have 15 minutes to get to your next MAP Talk choice or stay put to engage more personally with the presenter.

MAP Talks will be offered on Friday and Saturday afternoons. You can choose 4 from over 60 topics each day for a total of 8 different MAP Talks. Or you can attend a MAP Talk and then head straight to the exhibit hall or the booktable to begin to take your first next steps in mission on that topic!

Rose Kanyunyuzi of Uganda

Rose Kanyunyuzi of Uganda

The Rev. Erin Clifford, representing IJM, teaching on social justice

The Rev. Erin Clifford, representing IJM, teaching on social justice

The Rev. Qampicha Daniel Wario of Kenya

The Rev. Qampicha Daniel Wario of Kenya