Dr. Nicole Martin will conduct a leadership workshop at the Lausanne Gathering for North America, June 26-28 (www.amplifyconference.tv). Women are critical to ministry in every country and context. Yet, few feel equipped to lead and evangelize in ways that maximize God's calling for their contexts. Now is the time to create a new narrative for women in leadership and evangelism that emphasizes their gifts and underscores partnership with men for the glory of God. This seminar will help both men and women gain a better understanding of the unique opportunities for women leaders and be better equipped to develop women for a variety of missional contexts, both within and outside of the church.
Rev. Dr. Nicole Martin will be serving as a conference speaker for the Latino Pastoral Action Center (LPAC) Legacy Conference speaker on March 16 - 17th.
Dr. Martin will serve as the Plenary Speaker at the Women’s Session on Saturday, 3/17/18. This year's conference is entitled “Passing The Baton of Holistic Ministry to Future Generations.” Dr. Martin will be speaking on the topic “Confronting the Challenges Facing Women in
Church and Society.”
Gordon College is among the top Christian colleges in the nation and the only nondenominational Christian College in New England. Gordon is committed to excellence in liberal arts education, spiritual development and academic freedom informed by a framework of faith.
Movement Day Charlotte (MDC) is an initiative of the For Charlotte Mission Network, in collaboration with the Movement Day Global Initiative, focused on connecting and equipping Christian leaders to make a measurable impact on the most pressing urban issues facing Charlotte, such as: Engaging the Upward Mobility Crisis, Serving the Marginalized, Engaging Millennials, Unleashing Marketplace Leaders on Mission and Multiplying the Gospel.
Rev. Dr. Martin will serve as the keynote speaker for the American Bible Society Leadership Summit.
Dr. Martin will be hosting a workshop at the Princeton Theological Seminary first national conference of the Women in Ministry Initiative (WIM). WIM “honors, celebrates, and remembers all women associated with Princeton Theological Seminary since it’s founding. These women include graduates, staff, administrators, faculty, field education supervisors, friends, supporters, and volunteers. WIM also offers ongoing support to, and advocacy for, women in their service to God, the church, and the world.” For more information, visit WIM online at www.wim.ptsem.edu.
Dr. Nicole Marting will be a participant in the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians in Washington, D.C., on May 10-13, 2017.
Hundreds of evangelical leaders from about 100 countries will come together to talk about the mass persecution of Christians in the Middle East, Africa and other regions of the world.
Dr. Nicole Martin will be a guest speaker at the Chapelle Memorial Baptist Church Leadership Conference.
Movement Day Global Cities is a catalytic event designed to transform the world’s cities by focusing on impacting today’s urban issues through the Gospel, and collaborative leadership. Since 2010, over 8,000 leaders have attended the annual Movement Day gathering in New York City representing Christian ministries, churches, businesses, seminaries, universities and foundations.
Act as a catalyst for high level collaboration. This 2016 event will be a historic marker. We hope to gather 3,000 influential Christian leaders from all around the world to educate, celebrate, and inspire gospel movements.
The 2016 Lausanne Younger Leaders Gathering (YLG2016) will be held on 3-10 August 2016 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Occurring once a generation, this is the third such gathering that the Lausanne Movement has convened. Previous gatherings held were in Singapore in 1987 and Malaysia in 2006 which mobilized and connected emerging evangelical influencers for global mission. They also led to many lifelong friendships and ministry partnerships.
1,000 younger leaders, over 160 countries
YLG2016 is a gathering of 1,000 younger leaders from over 160 countries who will connect, pray, and discern together God’s leading of their generation for his global mission.
We received thousands of nominations for this gathering and participants have been invited through an extensive, prayerful, regionally based selection process.
During the gathering, participants will be connecting in issue-based workshops and regional groups, strategic brainstorming ‘labs’, and with mentors—senior leaders in global mission today. They will also be invited to participate in an initiative called the Younger Leaders Generation (YLGen).
The Lausanne Movement is eager to connect evangelical influencers across all generations to work together towards the vision of the gospel for every person, an evangelical church for every people, Christ-like leaders for every church, and kingdom impact in every sphere of society.