Becoming a Missionary
A two hour session on the process and qualifications for Nazarene missionary service
Students and friends of SNU can learn what it takes to become a missionary in the Church of the Nazarene Thursday evening, March 6.
Personnel from the Nazarene World Mission Office will be on campus that evening to conduct the two-hour seminar from 7 to 9 p.m. The session, which will be held in the Royce Brown Business building, will include information on the process as well as personal interaction with participants about where they are in the process.
Seminar leaders include John and Sandy Cunningham, veteran Nazarene missionaries to Africa and David Cooper, veteran Nazarene missionary to Central America.
The sessions are free of charge and open to the public. Advance registration is not required. The seminar is being held this year in 8 locations across the U.S.
The Church of the Nazarene is among the major Protestant missionary sending bodies with over 700 people currently deployed in countries around the world.
Campus contacts for the seminar are spiritual life director Dee Kelley and Howard Culbertson, professor of missions.
Posted on Wed, March 5, 2003
by Howard Culbertson, Professor of Missions