Institute of Cross Cultural Ministry
ICCM is seeking to assist current and future church leaders, churches, and denominations who have embraced a biblical vision for diversity by identifying the ways in which leaders shepherd people toward healthy cross-cultural living and ministry. This will include discipleship through teaching, training, and mentoring, and researching matters pertaining to justice and reconciliation ministries. The Institute aims to become a center of formational gravity in developing high-impact Christian leaders for cross-cultural mission. The Institute is led by Rev. Dr. Irwyn Ince who serves as Pastor of Cross-Cultural Mission and Director of the Institute.
Matt and Renee McCrory
George Mason University is the largest university in Virginia with a very small population of students involved in evangelical ministry. Not only that, but students from over 120 different countries attend GMU, providing an incredible opportunity to truly "make disciples of all nations." Staff workers and Emmanuel members, Matt and Renee McCrory, began planting George Mason InterVarsity Christian Fellowship on campus in the fall of 2013 and already the Lord has brought students from Ecuador, Indonesia, and the United States, to new life in Christ. Matt and Renee spend their time on campus equipping students to start and lead missional bible studies, where discipleship and witness go hand-in-hand.
Ministry to State
Washington, D.C. is a city filled with people seeking the welfare of their communities, the nation, and the world. It is a city bearing marks of God's original affirmation, yet as a result of the Fall, it is also a city that is divided, distrusting, and spiritually searching. Ministry to State exists to minister to those serving in government with the transforming truths of the gospel. Robert Hasler has served with MTS since June 2019 and engages Capitol Hill staffers with the gospel through regular Bible studies, evangelism, and discipleship.
RUF at Howard University
More than just a ministry on the university campus, RUF seeks to be a ministry for the university. RUF strives to serve in this unique stage of a student’s life in the world they live in, exploring together how the Lordship of Christ informs every area of life. RUF at Howard University launched in 2019 through the leadership of Cyril Chavis.