Posts Tagged ‘eastern mennonite missions’

Kairos course with EMM

February 14th, 2023 No comments

Kairos is an interactive study of the Purpose and Plan of God for His people and His world from Genesis to Revelation.

This course guides participants to a biblical worldview and to live as a world Christian. It uses a unique combination of facilitated introductions, reading, videos, group discussions, special activities, and prayer for unreached peoples. Kairos is one of several mobilization tools produced by Simply Mobilizing, Inc., located in the Philippines.

Kairos is for all Christians at any point in their journey with God. It is not a “missions” course. It is an opportunity for all God’s people to have their worldview transformed and aligned with God’s heart for the nations. He has called us all to play a part in His mission, and there are many different roles to fill.

-Saturday, March 4| 8am-3pm, in-person
-Tuesdays, March 7, 14, & 21 | 6:30-9pm, in-person or virtual
-Saturday, March 25 | 8am-4:30pm, in-person
-Tuesday, March 28 | 6:30-9pm, in-person or virtual
-Tuesday, April 4 | 6-9:30pm, in person or virtual

All Kairos sessions are hosted at EMM’s Hub 450 at 450 N. Prince St. Lancaster Pa. A virtual option is available for evening sessions for anyone who doesn’t live in the Lancaster area, if they can be present in person for the Saturday sessions.

The registration fee of $125 covers materials, refreshments, and lunches on Saturdays. Register by February 27.

See how God is at work in Catel, Guinea Bissau

June 7th, 2010 2 comments

LISA LANDIS – Gibby Mane of Catel Village, Guinea Bissau shares his testimony with Beryl Forrester. God is doing great things in West Africa through the work of Eastern Mennonite Missions.  Help us share Jesus with the good people of Gambia & Guinea Bissau.  Click here for how you can help! And thanks for doing what you can.

Painting on Video

March 31st, 2010 No comments

Lisa Landis and I went to the Liz Hess Gallery in downtown Lancaster today for the unveiling of her new series. Although Liz is primarily known for her red umbrellas, this time around she sat aside her trademark for a new approach of the gospel by using images the people of Guinea-Bissau can relate to. The paintings are being packed up after this weekend is over and our very own Lisa Landis will be transporting them on her upcoming trip to Africa with Eastern Mennonite Missions.

If you missed the paintings at the April 2010 First Friday, you can visit Liz’s website, or see the video here: