ISC on the Way to Breaking Records with International Participation

Written by  ISC Committee Friday, 29 February 2008 05:27

2008 International Singles Conference has registered participants from over 24 countries …

The 2008 International Singles Conference is now about six months away and the excitement is continuing to grow. It is only February and we now have brothers and sisters who have paid and registered from 24 different countries including United Arab Emirates, Bolivia, Bahamas, Canada, Cote D'Ivoire Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Jamaica, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Liberia, Myanmar, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines,
Russian Federation, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, United Kingdom, US Virgin Islands, and South Africa.

Singles from many other countries have sent
registrations without payment and emails expressing
their intent to attend. With so many countries in attendance, this will truly be one of the most significant international conferences in the history of the International Churches of Christ.

Remember: We are giving FREE ISC T-shirts to the first
five hundred people who register and pay for the
conference. We currently have about 200 people
registered.

Internet tools such as Evite and Facebook have been
very helpful in generating hundreds of commitments to
attending the conference and many churches have gone to the www.ISC-2008.com website and downloaded our conference link to add to their own church website.

It is encouraging to see disciples having fund raisers and donating money to help other singles come to the
conference. For example, one group is organizing a concert with money from ticket sales going to help
Singles come to the conference while another group is selling a CD of original songs donated by various
disciples.

We would like to encourage every church that helps churches in other countries with special contribution,
to also help sponsor a Single from that same country to attend the conference.

In Christ,

The International Singles Service Team

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