Should I bring my spouse?

ICCM has proven to be an incredible annual highlight for the missions-minded technologist, i.e. YOU! The Americas conference has also made it possible for non-techie family members (generally spouses or other family members) to share a dorm room (or dorm suite) and partake of meals at a slightly reduced cost. Since the family members

Will I learn anything new?

Yes, and we welcome your deep experience. As with many things in life, you will get as much out of ICCM as you invest in it. If you feel there are areas in your knowledge that you want to grow, you will almost always find something there who will answer some questions for you.

What should I expect to bring back from ICCM?

Most of the major questions about your network or system can be answered while at ICCM, and you will learn a lot about new technologies. The big thing, which you will not realize you are bringing back, are the friendships with others in your field. When you have a major techie catastrophe down the

Can my ministry survive while I’m gone?

In a word, yes. Every year, we've had attendees needing to remote in to their ministry's system to fix problems. But in our 25 years of existence, we've never had a ministry close down shop because the techie was not there to solve a problem. Your role is important; there is no question of

How do I prepare for ICCM?

First, take some time to pray before you come, asking God to prepare your heart for the week. Then, make a list of things in your office that you do not understand. Take some screen shots or photos with your phone. Come with questions. Bring your favorite board game (you can't spend all your

Why should I attend ICCM?

Every person who attends ICCM comes away with something they needed. It might be the answer to some pressing techie questions, the confidence to answer someone else’s questions, fellowship, encouragement, or some other area of growth. ICCM meets you where you are. It is a place where you can safely communicate with other techies.

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