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It is often the case that when you embrace cross-cultural ministry and leave your home culture behind, you will often be met with friction. What are you inadvertently throwing into your suitcase that you should leave behind? How do we discover and adjust our own cultural assumptions and comforts? Why is this important for those who will enter the mission field? Conrad Mbewe covers this topic in this breakout session.

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    Conrad Mbewe

    Conrad Mbewe worked as a Mining Engineer in Zambia before answering God’s call into the pastoral ministry. Widely regarded as the African Spurgeon, Conrad is faithfully and powerfully proclaiming the Word of God from Kabwata Baptist Church in Lusaka, Zambia, Africa, since 1987. As well as pastoring, he maintains a full itinerant preaching ministry in different countries around the world and edits the Reformation Zambia magazine. Conrad volunteers with the YMCA, providing vocational training to the many unemployed youths in his community. He is married to Felistas, and has been wonderfully blessed with three children plus two foster daughters.

    Talk Title:
    Acts: The Power of the Spirit