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Friday – Day 1

May 12

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12:30 +

Conference Check-in


1:30 – 1:45

Welcome & Worship

1:50 – 3:05

Breakout Session 1

3:05 – 3:20


Refreshments / Exhibits

3:20 – 4:35

Breakout Session 2

4:35 – 4:50


Refreshments / Exhibits

4:50 – 6:00


Casting Out Fear
Do you want to show people love, and ultimately the love of Jesus, without fear? In today’s culture, many fear sharing their faith with Muslims. Some fear the response they have seen on the news from religious extremists. Others are afraid they will loose friendships or family relationships. Where can Christians find confidence? The disciple Jesus loved, tells us how to love with out fear. John us in hearing Pastor Holm’s talk on the conference theme verse, 1 John 4:18 “There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear.”

 Associate Pastor at Park Cities Baptist Church in Dallas, TX

Sam’s church partners to reach Muslims, including training hundreds of MBB pastors in South Asia.  He believes the gospel of Jesus is the only life-transforming message worth dying for.

Sam grew up with four brothers at the Salesmanship Club Youth Camp in East Texas where his parents worked with emotionally disturbed teens. After graduating from Baylor, he joined the Pine Cove resident staff team as the Crier Creek Director, serving from 2001 – 2011. God used Sam at Pine Cove to disciple hundreds of college students and many fathers. While on staff, Sam received his Master’s of Divinity at Southwestern Theological Seminary where he focused on Biblical Hermeneutics. He is currently finishing work on his D.Min is Exegetical Preaching at Dallas Theological Seminary

Sam desires to teach the Bible in a genuine and basic way, allowing others to see clearly what it says, understand what it means, and apply it to their lives. He passionately believes that the gospel of Jesus Christ is the only life-transforming message worth dying for.
Sam and his sweet wife, Rebecca, have two daughters, Anna and Ellie.

Saturday – Day 2

May 13

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8:00 – 9:00

Conference Check-in

Breakfast & Exhibits

9:00 – 10:45


Standing in the Fire – Courageous New Believers Living in Frightening Times

Tom Doyle, Vice President & Middle East Director for I Am Second / E3 Partners, and author of Dreams and Visions – Is Jesus Awakening the Muslim World? and Standing in the Fire- Courageous Christians Living in Frightening Times

“Persecuted believers have become the new face of genuine Christianity.”
With those startling words, Tom Doyle pulls back the curtain on the headlines from the Middle East. “Christian Persecution is at an all-time high globally.” Doyle says:

But that’s not the whole story. A new Jesus movement is erupting around the world, and persecuted believers are leading the way. The stories in this book introduce you to some amazingly courageous Jesus followers. Like Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in King Nebuchadnezzar’s fiery furnace, these believers are fearless and not alone. So, the question is this: “Is Christianity winning or losing?” Standing in the Fire was written to tell stories of victory from the front lines of the war raging around Jesus’ church. The battle is fierce and not letting up. Yet this is one of our finest hours.

Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel. As the Vice President and Middle East Director for e3 Partners since 2001, Tom’s experience in the heart of these Islamic nations is extensive. A gifted storyteller, Tom brings God’s astounding work in these nations to light. Whether in his books, on television (FOX News, The 700 Club, 100 Huntley Street), on the radio (Focus on the Family, Janet Parshall Live), at conferences (Epicenter, Passion, Open Doors, Voice of the Martyrs, Calvary Chapel, The Crescent Project, and e3 Partners), or in local churches, Tom shares fresh, compelling, and thought-provoking reports of God’s activity.

Tom graduated from Biola College in 1979 and Dallas Theological Seminary in 1983, and is a licensed guide for the State of Israel with over 70 trips. After pastoring churches in Colorado, Texas, and New Mexico for 20 years, he became the Middle East director for e3 Partners/I Am Second. His wife of 37 years, JoAnn, serves with him at e3 as the director of Not Forgotten, a ministry to women of the Middle East. They have six children and four grandchildren and are praying for about 20 more! Tom has written 8 books including the best sellers: Dreams and Visions-Is Jesus Awakening the Muslim World? And also, Killing Christians-Living the Faith Where it is Not Safe to Believe.

10:45 – 11:00


Refreshments / Exhibits

11:00 – 12:15

Breakout Session 3

12:45 – 2:15


Ethnic Meal


Breakout Session 4

3:45 – 6:00

  PLENARY MBB Panel Discussion, Devotional, & Concert of Prayer


Amina was an Egyptian university student working hard to build a better society. Esmat just wanted to raise her little boy in peace. Deema suffered from attacks by an evil spirit. How did they encounter God in Jesus? Overall, what conditions move Muslim women toward Jesus? What are the barriers that make it hard for them to come? After they believe, how can we help them grow as disciples?

Associate Professor of World Christian Studies at Seattle Pacific University

Dr. Adeney is an anthropologist, a missiologist, and an author whose passions include global Christianity, world religions, gender, oral art genres, economic community development, multiethnic ministry, diasporas, training writers for publication, and preparing workers for cross-cultural living.

Dr. Adeney’s newest book, Daughters of Islam: Building Bridges with Muslim Women is based on interviews with women from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Qatar and Oman and has been translated into five languages.

She serves on the board of Christianity Today International, is a mission associate of the World Evangelical Alliance Mission Commission, is a member of the diaspora task force of the Lausanne Movement, is the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement award from the Christians for Biblical Equality, and is past president of the American Society of Missiology.

At Seattle Pacific University she chairs the faculty advisory committee of the Asian American Ministry Program. She is also a teaching fellow at Regent College.

Dr. Adeney speaks regularly for the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement; Overseas Ministry Study Center; Koinos; Encountering Islam; Media Associates International; InterVarsity; and diverse denominational events. She has authored more than 150 articles or book chapters, as well as six books. In many countries, spanning five continents, she is invited to lecture at universities and conferences. Southeast Asia, Latin America, and North American multiethnic communities are areas of long term interest.

Also deeply rooted in the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Adeney is married, the mother of three sons, and a member of Seattle’s University Presbyterian Church. Her academic degrees are from Wheaton College (BA, anthropology); Syracuse University (MA, journalism); and Washington State University (PhD, anthropology).