World Mission

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19~20)

AMCF World Conference

  • MCF members from around the world gather in one place in Jesus Christ and worship God
  • Experience AMCF activation and unity of Christian soldiers in Christ through fellowship and discussion

World Conference Focus

  • Spiritual maturity through worship and praise
  • Analysis of military mission phenomenon in each country and future military mission direction
  • Strengthening missionary cooperation through mutual fellowship    (All one in Christ)
  • Seeking missionary plans for non-MCF countries

South Korea (2004)

Status of World Conference (1st~12th)

  • 1st United States, 1959
  • 2nd 1962 West Germany
  • 3rd 1964 Netherlands
  • 4th 1967 South Korea
  • 5th 1968 UK
  • 6th 1971 West Germany
  • 7th 1976 United States
  • 8th 1980 United Kingdom
  • 9th 1984 South Korea
  • 10th 1994 United States
  • 11th 2004 South Korea
  • 12th 2014 Republic of South Africa

South Korea (2004)

Republic of South Africa (2014)

Republic of South Africa (2014)

QC (Quinquennial Council)

  • Quinquennial Council to review AMCF’s policies
  • Held every 5 years
  • AMCF presidency (President and 14 regional Vice-President), executives from 3 Principal Supporting Organizations (3PSO)

South Korea (2004)

South Korea (2009)

Republic of South Africa (2014)

U.S.A. (2019)

Regional Conferences

  • Goal to establish and activate MCF
  • The East Asian region is hosted every three years in South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan

South Korea (2013)

Taiwan (2016)

Japan (2019)


  • Promote spiritual maturity through Inductive Bible Study (IBS) and Conversational Prayer (CP) meetings
  • Nurture leaders who can contribute to the establishment and activation of MCFs in each country after returning home

Japan (2015)

Mongolia (2017)

South Korea (2018)