COSIM announces 17th annual conference May 7–9, 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona

COSIM — Coalition on the Support of Indigenous Ministries

COSIM—Coalition On the Support of Indigenous Ministries—is pleased to announce the convening of the 17th annual conference to be held May 7–9, 2012. The location is Mission Community Church, in Gilbert, Arizona near Phoenix.

The conference theme is “Cross-Cultural Partnership In the Context of Deep Change.” The conference is a continuation of the theme launched at the “RESET conference”—the 2011 North American Mission Leaders Conference—sponsored by The Mission Exchange and CrossGlobal Link.

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Jane Overstreet, President and CEO of Development Associates International, will speak in the opening session of the 2012 COSIM conference

Jane Overstreet will be the keynote speaker on the evening of May 7th. Jane is the President & CEO of Development Associates International (DAI) a non-profit organization providing training and consulting in leadership and organizational management to more than 10,000 Christian leaders in 30 countries annually.

Other presenters include Scott Allen of Disciple Nations Alliance, Terry Dalrymple of Global CHE Network, J. Knox of International Turkey Network, and more, including members of the COSIM Resource Team.

COSIM is a learning community of evangelical Christians and organizations with a common interest in the support and capacity building of majority-world ministries.

Our mission is to expand the understanding and practice of cross-cultural partnerships with indigenous ministries for the advance of the gospel. We accomplish our mission through networking and sharing of best practices, with emphasis on partnerships between North American and majority-world missions.

Coalition on the Support of Indigenous Ministries (COSIM)


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  1. Rob Madden Reply

    Looks like a good conference to attend.

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