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Impacto Global: Mobilizing the Hispanic Community for the Great Commission

September 01, 2011

Columbia International University and Crossover Communications International are sponsoring “Impacto Global,” a conference to mobilize the Hispanic community in the United States to effectively reach all ethnic groups of the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

“Impacto Global” takes place on Sept. 17 from 9-4:30 on the campus of Columbia International University (CIU). 

Featured speakers include Mauricio Alvarez, executive director of COMHINA, an Hispanic network of churches, missionaries and missions agencies and Jason Carlisle the Hispanic director of the International Mission Board.  Workshops will be conducted by Daniel Diaz, director of ministerial development for COMHINA and Ken Katayama, vice executive president of Crossover. 

Crossover is an international movement of church planting that desires to see God glorified in all people groups.  It was co-founded in 1987 by CIU President Dr. Bill Jones.  

There is no charge for “Impacto Global.” For more information and registration call (803) 691-0688 or visit http://crossoverusa.org/?page_id=304.  CIU is located at 7435 Monticello Road in Columbia, S.C., two miles north of Interstate 20.