SIW Description: Tuesday June 23rd – Wednesday June 24th
Tuesday: 12:00 pm – 8:30 pm; Wednesday: 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Instructors: Don Johnson and Kathy Mort
The Standards Introductory Workshop (SIW) is an 8-10 hour seminar designed to help those involved with mission trips apply the Seven Standards to their specific ministry context. The workshops are taught by experienced SOE trainers and are interactive using case studies and small group discussions to enhance learning. The MISTM-grid theory guides a comprehensive approach to examining the Standards so participants can address pre-, on-, and post-field phases of their mission trips. The SIW is offered as a pre-conference to help reduce time and travel requirements while maximizing involvement in the mission’s conference.
Certification Program students will receive a $25 discount. The discount code is “NAAMC”.
NAAMC attendees who register in groups of 3 or more will also receive a $25 discount.
Don has been a career missionary for 27 years serving in a variety of leadership and training roles. He’s presented training on various mission topics including short-term missions, missionary moral purity, and others. In short-term missions he’s been a sender, goer-guest, and host-receiver and leader in SEND’s short-term mission department. Don has been Chairman of the Board at Standards of Excellence (SOE) in Short-Term Mission since 2016.
Kathy became involved in short-term missions after graduating from Columbia International University in 1983. Liberia, Burkina Faso, Ukraine, Romania, Iceland, Haiti, Pakistan and India are among the countries in which Kathy has served as team leader, adviser, or educational consultant. Before joining the staff of Standards of Excellence in Short-Term Mission as Director of Curriculum and Training she spent over thirty years in public education. During that time she taught middle and high school students.