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PEM Consultation 2015 takes place in Turin, Italy.  As speakers will serve various missionexperts from around the world. There will also be time for networking and building strategic partnerships and friendships with other like-minded people. We will discuss, hear, and pray about how to answer to the refugee situation as churches and mission organisations in Europe.

Registration HERE. On the registration page, you will also be informed about the price, which depends on the length of your stay, and your chosen room option.

Program: See the bottom of the page.

For questions, contact the PEM Office, info ( at)

The hotel information etc., you will receive after your registration. The conference fee contains full board in the hotel.


MONDAY 16.11.

15-18 Arrivals & registrations
18:00 Dinner
19:30 Moved to Welcome (Nick Park, IRE)

TUESDAY 17.11.

9-10 Moved to Pray (Stefan & Helga Ross, DE)
10-11 Coffee Net
11-12:30 Moved by Refugees (various specialists)
12:30-14 Lunch
14-15:30 Toolbox 1
15:30-16:30 CoffeeNet
16:30-18 Toolbox 2
18-19:30 Dinner
19:30 Moved to Touch (Dominic Yeo, SG)


9-10 Moved to Pray (Markku Ovaska, DE)
10-11 Coffee Net
11-12:30 Moved Theologically (Grant McClung, USA)
12:30-14 Lunch
14-15:30 Idea Exchange
15:30-16:30 CoffeeNet
16:30-18 PEM Annual Meeting
18-19:30 Dinner
19:30 Moved a Generation (Arto Hämäläinen, FIN)

THURSDAY 19.11.:

9-10 Moved to Pray, PEM Committee
10-11 Coffee Net
11-12:30 Communion Service (Angelo Gargano, IT)
12:30-14 Lunch


1. How to love your Muslim neighbours
2. Tentmaking
3. Focus: Ethne
4. Short-Term missions and multiplication
5. Immigration – a mission force and mission opportunity
6. CHE
7. Moving Media


Dominic Yeo, Singapore

Dominic YeoRev Dominic Yeo is the Senior Pastor of Trinity Christian Centre, Singapore, with over 7,000 in weekly attendance, a home-grown pastoral team and over 1,000 lay leaders. Trinity’s missions program includes humanitarian efforts, sponsorship of destitute children and the training of leaders and churches in over 40 nations. In the local community, Trinity also provides social services for underprivileged families. Trinity has its own Christian college with a Pentecostal-Charismatic distinctive, and has equipped more than 2,000 leaders from 35 nations who has gone on to impact their home countries and beyond.

A man after God’s heart, Rev Dominic brings forth the timely Word of God, releasing breakthroughs into lives and churches. Known for his visionary and strategic leadership, he trains and provides consultation to leaders and churches globally, helping them break into new levels of growth. His book, Potential to Fulfillment, has received rave reviews as a useful tool in helping individuals move beyond their potential, and step into the fulfillment of God’s plan for their lives.

He also serves as the General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God (AG), Singapore, Chairman of the Asia Pacific AG Fellowship, Executive Council Member of the World AG Fellowship and is part of the Advisory Council of the Pentecostal World Fellowship.

Nick Park, Ireland

Nick Park 08Nick Park was won to Christ as a homeless alcoholic through a Salvation Army outreach in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 1981. He is Senior Pastor of the Solid Rock Church in Drogheda, National Overseer of Church of God Ireland, and Executive Director of Evangelical Alliance Ireland. Nick is the author of 6 books, including ‘Ministry to Migrants and Asylum Seekers: A Guide for Evangelical Churches.’

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