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For you had compassion on those in prison, and you joyfully accepted the plundering of your property, since you knew that you yourselves had a better possession and an abiding one.
Hebrews 10:34



The senior pastor of CCNdola, in Northern Zambia, Africa. CCPhilly has been partnering with him for the last eight years and is very excited at what the Lord is doing through the faithful teaching of His Word in the city of Ndola.


The co-founder of Sixteen:Fifteen Church Missions Coaching. Matthew was rescued by Jesus when he was twenty-three. Shortly after, he found himself in Ghana, West Africa on the first of what would be many ventures to the mission field. Matthew was the missions pastor at CCAlbuquerque for nine years developing and launching a strategic church-wide missions ministry. While there he founded an international short-term mission ministry called LifeLine Missions. Currently he devotes his time to serving local churches across the country by coaching them in strategically focused missions to make Christ known among all nations.


The Missions pastor at CCCosta Mesa and works with missions staff to encourage and support the church’s almost 200 missionaries. He also travels to meet and support missionaries on the field and to train national church leaders in other countries. John is married with two children.


Pastor of Warehouse Christian Ministries in Sacramento, CA. The church began with a Bible Study for youth in his home and expanded so much that they moved into a warehouse. His ministering challenge is to teach the timeless Word inside the cultural maelstrom of California.



John Chubik

Missionary Objectives

This workshop will begin with a brief look at the simple Biblical goals a missionary or missions program should be seeking to accomplish, and will finish with a time for questions and answers.

Tom Price

Calvary Chapel Magazine Photography

Learn how to visually illustrate your mission work. Understand how to approach photo opportunities that will yield dynamic and compelling images. Better understand how photography can be a powerful tool that can glorify God and find out what we look for in selecting photos to be included in CC Magazine.

Tim Dabney

“You want to go where? …….Is that safe?”

This workshop focuses on preparedness to meet external threats to ministry and identify resources to enhance situational awareness and safety related contingency planning for missionaries and their sending church.

Jeff Jackson

Touching refugees with God’s love and truth

Refugees resettled in to your community or neighborhood are a unique blessing and privilege God has provided for you. This workshop will help you to understand why God has brought them in to your sphere of influence, a few cultural truths that are essential for connecting with them, and a three-phased method for engaging them with His love and the truth of the Gospel.

Ben Spector

Language & Culture: It’s Importance and Our Response

God made himself known to us in the person of Jesus Christ in ways that make sense to us, in a language we can understand. He relates to us personally on the deepest levels. We want to seek to do the same when we minister in cultures that are not our own. In this workshop you will learn why language and culture is vital to foreign missionary work and receive practical advice on how to approach such a grand task for the glory of God.


This conference is open for all believers that have a heart for missions and want to know more about the Great Commission. Current Missionaries, Senior Pastors, and Missions Pastors are encouraged to attend as well.


Saturday, May 21st 8:30am-4:30pm


We want to make this conference accessible to anyone, so this event is completely free.



For additional information regarding the conference or for hotel accommodation information please contact Carlos Kalczuk by phone 215-969-1520 or by email.