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GMI World
A Publication of Global Mapping International

Serving Evangelical Ministry Leaders Around the World

Spring 2001

 


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GMI News Briefs

GMI has moved!

After nearly nine years in the NavPress building, we lost our lease last year after the building was sold. And now the Lord has provided a wonderful new place for us.

Our new landlord invited us to design the layout to ideally meet our needs and then gave us a significant reduction from the normal rent rate. Join with us in praising God for his provision for the next phase of GMI's ministry.

Our new address is:

Global Mapping International
15435 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 100
Colorado Springs, CO 80921 USA
Telephone: 719-531-3599
Our fax and e-mail information remain the same as before.

If you are visiting in the area, please stop in - we'd love to show you our new home.

News briefs from the international scene

Gospel Communications launches International Internet Ministries

Over the past five years, Gospel Communications International (GCI) has been on the "leading edge," helping many Christian organizations use Internet technology for ministry.

Their US-based cooperative Web hosting site, gospelcom.net, has been accessed from over 200 countries. Now GCI has begun a new division focused on assisting Christian organizations outside the US to use the Internet more effectively.

The goals of GCI's Inter-national Internet Ministries are:

For more information contact:

Lausanne International Researchers Conference

Christian researchers from many countries and denominations are planning to gather in Chiang Mai, Thailand, September 4-8, 2001. The Third
Lausanne International Researchers Conference will focus on the application of research for strengthening the church and for better strategic planning by church leaders.

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ICCM 2001

If you work at the intersection of international missions and information technology, you'll want to be at this year's International Conference on Computing and Mission.

Over 150 participants are expected at ICCM 2001, to be held June 8-12 at the JAARS headquarters in Waxhaw, North Carolina. The annual weekend training and networking event is in its 11th year.

For more information, see their Web site, www.iccm.org.


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