In 1996, the church started in Baghdad, Iraq. For a year and a half, the church grew rapidly in number as many were thirsty to know the truth and to be set free. Satan struck hard, though, and the leaders were imprisoned (one for four and a half months and the other for three full years) and the church was scattered.
Last Friday night started off like any other Friday night for the women of the Boston campus ministry. Rushing in from classes, work, and Bible studies, they gathered together for their weekly devotional at MIT. Unknown to these ladies, however, they were walking into a surprise “sisters’ encouragement night.” Instead of the planned worship devotional, the brothers put together a night full of roses, performances, and sharing.
Nigeria’s campus ministries are excited to announce the 2013 International Campus Ministry Conference! This year’s conference, titled, “BARCODE: Unleashing Hidden Potentials,” will be held from August 28-September 1. The last four conference themes include, “The Whole World Will Know,” “Follow Me,” “Taking it Higher,” and “S.W.A.T.” Past events have been a great success, with disciples in attendance from eleven countries, sponsorship from the business world, and participants from campus fellowships outside the ICOC. They are excited for this year to be the best yet! Click here and here for more information.
ICOC Communication & Admin Infrastructure
The 5th anniversary of DisciplesToday.org is June 6. God has worked powerfully to help us build the basic infrastructure of communication among our churches. This includes: