Missions is Flourishing at Johnson

Enthusiasm for missions is thriving among students on campus and is impacting the global Johnson community. Our Missions Emphasis Week this semester challenged students to "Live Sent." This missions video shows how they are enthusiastically responding to this challenge.


This past week, over 150 students traveled to Indianapolis to participate in the International Conference on Missions (ICOM). It was a great opportunity for them to be inspired for missions and learn about the many opportunities to serve around the world.

Student Offerings Support Alumnus

Students are not only preparing to go, they are also helping send others. This year's weekly student offerings, sponsored by the Harvesters student missions group, are going to help a Johnson alumnus whose ministry is in a sensitive country in Central Asia. This ministry is training indigenous spiritual leaders to help with the tremendous opportunities to spread the Gospel in that part of the 10/40 window.

New Online Programs

Johnson's new online bachelor's and master's degrees in Intercultural Studies will help prepare many to effectively share the Gospel around the world. Learn more about these and other Intercultural Studies programs at JohnsonU.edu/Missions.

Watch this video to see the commitment of Johnson students to missions.

Posted: 11/20/2012 1:24:21 PM


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