Ticket sale Inspiration Day 11 November starts on 1 September!

On November 11, 2023, ICP is organizing an inspiration day for leaders and workers of churches in the network. The theme is ‘Gracism – growing as a church in equality’. It promises to be a wonderful day for everyone who wants to grow towards and contribute to more diversity in the church in the Netherlands!

The program will be very varied with fascinating and practical workshops for all leaders in the congregation. There will be a performance by Spoken Word artist Brooklyn Mozes, an inspiring lecture by Hans Euser and Godwin Arhin, worship with an intercultural worship team and a delicious lunch in between. Get together and meet other teams working on the same mission. You can register from 1 September via the website.

Workshops
There will be two rounds, in which you can always choose from four different workshops. The following themes are already known:
Michele Atsma and Patrick van der Plaat – Small group material ‘More color in the church’
Rien van der Toorn – Why equality?
Maurice San-a-Jong – Church and slavery, then and now
Brooklyn Mozes – Spoken Word put to practice in the church


For whom
This day is intended for everyone who gives leadership in the congregation, such as small group leaders, pastoral workers, youth leaders, pastors and elders.

The program
10.00 uur Main program with worship and preaching
11.30 Workshop round 1: choice of four options
12.45 p.m. Fully catered lunch and time for networking
1.30 pm Workshop round 2: choice of four options
2.45 pm Closing
3 p.m. Time to network

Practical information

Date November 11
Location De Regenboog, De Grote Pekken 11, Veenendaal
Time Walk-in 9:30, end 15:00
Early bird discount: ticket reserved before October 10 – 17.50 euros, including lunch and gift. After 10 October 22.50 euros.

Registration is possible until November 6.

Day conference ‘Migrants and the Church: opportunities and bottlenecks’

Open and uninhibited conversations with people of other faiths. How do you do that?
What is true in the interfaith conversation?

This inspiring conference will take place on Monday 18 September. Organized by the working group ‘Migrants and the Church’, in which the organizations ‘Evangelie en Moslims’, ‘Gave’, ‘Geloofsinburgering’, ‘ICP NL’ and the ‘PKN’ work together to bring migrants and the church in the Netherlands together.

From ICP NL, Hans Euser and Michele Atsma will provide a workshop on the theme ‘More color in the church’. The main speaker is prof.dr. Benno van den Toren and the program is also filled with interesting speakers and inspiring workshops.

You can still sign up! Even with early booking discount until September 1. You can also bring an introduction for a greatly reduced price. Check the website:

7 Keys for intercultural community building

Are you interested in intercultural community building?
Are you tworking or living with a diverse group and do you need advice or new inspiration?
Or have you used the material from ‘More color in the church’ and do you want to take the next step?

There are currently no free ‘7 keys’ webinars planned. We are working on a booklet about the 7 keys to building an intercultural community. We will keep you informed via our website and social media. You can also follow developments and receive more knowledge about the themes that interest you via our ICP Update (monthly newsletter).

You can also contact ICP for personal advice or guidance. Please contact us at office@icpnetwork.nl

Season 2023/2024 at ICP

What will the upcoming season look like at ICP? A few dates and sneak previews!

ICP-connected

‘ICP-connected’ is the collective name for activities intended to connect and deepen relationships. In the new season we have the following activities for pastors and pioneers:

Intervision Starts in October ’23 Meer info
Regional lunch 3 dates in Sept ’23More info
Network-meeting June 2024 More information will follow asap

Inspiring events and training

ICP is organizing a number of great events and training sessions in the upcoming season. We would like to highlight a few:

Inspiration day for the network 11 november 2023 More info
ICP Worship Vision morning 27 January 2024 More information will follow asap
Free Webinar 7 keys training
– Start 7 keys training
26 September en 10 October
7 November 2023
Registration
More info

View our complete training offer on the website. There is a lot to be found in the field of intercultural communication, familiarizing yourself with foreign cultures, marriage pastoral care and Bible study with foreign speakers.

Do you have specific questions or needs? Get in touch with us.

Beautiful and practical materials

ICP offers very strong content, but also practically applicable material for small groups. View the available materials here.

In the new season we hope to be able to make the material of ‘Meer kleur in de kerk’ also available in English.

Inspiration day for the network on November 11 in Veenendaal!

On November 11, 2023, ICP is organizing an inspiration day for leaders and workers of churches in the network. The theme is ‘Gracism – growing as a church in equality’. This inspiration day replaces the network day on June 17, which was canceled at the time. The program, the theme, the speakers and workshops that we had planned are so valuable and relevant that we cannot help but seize a new opportunity and organize a wonderful day for everyone who wants to grow in equality and contribute to more diversity in the church in the Netherlands!

The program will be very varied with fascinating and practical workshops for all leaders in the congregation. Get together and meet other teams working on the same mission. You can register from 1 September via the website.

For whom
This networking day is intended for everyone who provides leadership in the congregation, such as group leaders, pastoral workers, youth leaders, pastors and elders.

The program
10.00 Main program with worship and inspiring lecture about gracism – a combination of racism and grace
11.30 Workshop round 1: choice of four options
12.45 p.m. Fully catered lunch and time for networking
1.30 pm Workshop round 2: choice of four options
2.45 pm Closing
3 p.m. Time to network

More information about the workshops will follow as soon as possible.

Practical information
Date November 11
Location De Regenboog, De Grote Pekken 11, Veenendaal
Time Walk in 9:30, walk out/time to network 15:00
Costs 22.50 per person
Registration Ticket sales will start on September 1, 2023 via the website

Keep an eye on the website and socials for more information about the workshops and registration.

More Color In The Church at New Wine Summer Conference

Great news: on July 23, ICP will be in the main tent of the New Wine Summer Conference from 4 to 5 pm. Patrick van der Plaat and Sara Mohi, together with spoken word artist Brooklyn Mozes and her musical husband Stevie G., will provide the program around #meerkleurindekerk. You want to be there!

Are you unable to join or do you want a taste? During Opwekking we gave a seminar. You can watch it here.

INFO New Wine Summer Conference:
Date: July 22-28 (Seminar from ICP on July 23 from 16:00 – 17:00)
Location: Velder estate in Liempde
Aanmelden: New Wine Summer conference, July 22 – 28 at Liempde – truetickets.nl

Regional lunches for pastors and pioneers

We’re going to do something different. As a replacement for the annual, national network morning in September, we are organizing a lunch for pastors and pioneers in 3 different regions this season, also in September.

In recent years we organized a networking morning twice a year for pastors and pioneers in the ICP network. A moment to connect and to inspire and encourage each other.

We also want to hang out with you again in the coming season. We therefore want to organize 3 regional lunches (Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Veenendaal region) in the second half of September.

At every lunch we invite someone to inspire us and we also like to take a lot of time to catch up with other colleagues from the ICP network.

Lunches start at 11:30 am and last until 2:00 pm. Below are the dates and locations.
Register now quickly for the regional lunch you want to participate in. Of course we advise you to register for the lunch that takes place in your region, but if that date does not suit you, you are more than welcome to join another regional lunch.

Dates and regions: click on the regional lunch of your choice and sign up!

ICP Intervision in the new season

Just like last period, we offer intervision for pastors and pioneers in the ICP network. There has been intervision for the past 2 years and there are still enthusiastic and grateful responses, so we are going to do another round.

What exactly do we offer you?

  • Monthly online meetings with colleagues and like-minded people (6 meetings, months of ICP events are avoided)
  • Intervision guidance from highly experienced and involved intervision facilitators
  • Choose from 3 different groups/times
  • Totally free

Er zijn komend seizoen dus 3 groepen bSo there are 3 groups available next season.eschikbaar. These groups meet at different times. You can choose the group that suits you best in terms of data.

Commitment

You sign up for 1 group. We would like to ask you to register if you can attend at least 80% of the meetings. The strength and success of intervision is also largely in a safe atmosphere with people you speak to more often. We prefer to avoid high turnover or volatile participation.

Dates intervision

Group Facilitator Time Dates

Intervision 1 Rien van der Toorn 13:00-14:30 9 Oct, 11 Dec, 8 Jan, 5 Feb, 8 Apr, 13 May

Intervision 2 Coen Legemaate 9:00-10:30 12 Oct, 14 Dec, 11 Jan, 8 Feb, 11 Apr, 16 May

Intervision 3 Beppie Wessels 13:00-14:30 12 Oct, 14 Dec, 11 Jan, 8 Feb, 11 Apr, 16 May

Registration

You can register for the intervision via the button below. In the order form of your ticket you will be asked to choose a group.
The intervision groups have a maximum number of participants in order to guarantee effectiveness and quality. If a group is already full, you will be notified and we will try to find another place for you.

First reactions to More color in the church

On May 27th we launched our latest project ‘More color in the church’. We are happy with the first reactions to the interactive small group material that we have so much faith in. We may grow together in equality, as a church and as individuals. Grateful that people are blessed.

Below you can read a few reactions from people who have seen and used the material for the first time in recent weeks.

Small group member Anne: “Last night we discussed part 1 of the series as small group. I was positively surprised; how good to discuss this topic together! It immediately got me thinking. I look forward to the next evenings! ”

Pastor intercultural church: “… the material is beautiful in terms of design, working methods and content. … We hope and pray that it will be a great blessing for the church in NL!”

A few reactions from a discussion group that has already taken the first lesson together:

This really gives a lot of (new) insights.
Brings the subject closer by empathizing.
The conversation with Hans and Sara was especially impressive.
What it does to someone when you have to look for new things in a new country your identity.

Have you already ordered the material? It is currently only available in Dutch, but we are already working on the English version. Go to the website of More color in the church and order for FREE!

ChurchesToolkit for Remembrance of Slavery Past

The three-part interactive Bible study material from ICP -More color in the church- has been included by MissieNederland in the Churches Toolkitfor Remembrance Slavery Past.See how you and your church can reflect on the commemoration year that starts on July 1, during Keti Koti.

For example, there will be a national memorial service on Friday 30 June, led by the Council of Churches in the Netherlands, in the heart of Amsterdam. There are no more seats available in the church, but the service is also being streamed by the EO.

Micha Nederland offers a church package, aimed at organizing a special service (for example on Sunday 2 July) or a theme evening.

Do you want to dive deeper into the theme with your church, in small groups? Then order the free material from ‘Meer kleur in de kerk’, which ICP has developed to help churches start a conversation about themes such as racism, diversity and reconciliation. This allows you to work together in three evenings or over a longer period.

Some initial reactions to ‘Meer kleur in de kerk’ have already been received:

This really gives a lot of (new) insights.
Brings the subject closer by empathizing.
Especially the conversation with Hans and Sara made an impression.

What it does to someone when you have to search for your identity in a new country.

View the complete Church Toolkit for Remembrance of Slavery Past, compiled by MissieNederland here.

Network day moved to next season

Important announcement:
Unfortunately, the ICP Network Day that was supposed to take place on Saturday June 17 will not take place on June 17. Due to a low number of registrations, we have decided to move the day to the next season.

We think the theme is very important and the planned contributions from workshop leaders, employees and artists are super precious. We want as many people as possible to enjoy this and that is why we are giving it another chance in the autumn of 2023.

As soon as the date is final, we will announce it immediately.

Day conference ‘Migrants and the Church: Opportunities and bottlenecks’

For pastors and church leaders, Monday September 18, 2023, Utrecht

Conversation about faith with other believers: open and unprejudiced?

How do you give multicultural faith a chance with your church? Think about it with other Church leaders and interested people during a full-day conference filled with talks and hands-on workshops.

The theme is topical and urgent. About 25% of the Dutch population now has a migration background and there are more than a million migrant Christians in our country. Yet there is still (too) little attention for how you can shape believing together between different cultures in a good way.

In the morning, Prof. Dr. Benno van den Toren will talk about having an ‘open and uninhibited’ conversation about faith with people of other faiths. Pastors Jurjen ten Brinke and Eric Rufyiritana will also talk about the journey of discovery at their multicultural churches: how do you overcome obstacles and get congregants on board with a new vision?

Speakers with and without a migration background lead the seminars of the afternoon program on, among other things, welcoming Christians with a Muslim background, anti-racism and believing together with Ukrainians. Participants are also challenged to think about the (im)possibilities of their own local context.

The conference is organized by: Intercultural Church Plants, Stichting Gave, Stichting Evangelie & Moslims, the Protestant Church in the Netherlands and Stichting Geloofsinburgering.

Practical

• Location: Protestant National Services Centre, Joseph Haydnlaan 2A, Utrecht
• Date: Monday, September 18, 2023
• Time: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, walk-in from 9:00 am.
• Participant contribution: €39 (tea, coffee and delicious Arabic lunch. Early-bird discount until September 1st: €29. Students €19.
• Bring someone! Mention immediately upon registration: €9.

Information: Esther van Schie, esther@geloofsinburgering.nl, 06 87 34 80 63

5 questions to Godwin

Register now for the Network Day in Veenendaal on June 17!

Are you curious about what the Network Day will bring us? We asked Godwin Arhin a few personal questions, so that we can get to know one of the keynote speakers a little better.

1. Can you tell us about your family?

My family currently consists of my wife and daughter and 4 foster children.
We have a nice but busy life and really have to plan everything, otherwise it won’t happen. We love adventure but can also enjoy the silence.

2. Which family tradition is most precious to you?

We think it’s important to eat together!
During dinner we discuss the day and then find out about the fun and sometimes less fun things that happened on the day.

3. In which language do you prefer to worship God?

Preferably in Dutch.
Although I speak English very well, it is still very nice to be able to worship God in Dutch and especially on songs by Eline Bakker. (Jezus overwinnaar)

4. What is your favorite Bible verse?

Job 8:7 And though your past was insignificant, your future will be all the greater.

5. As involved in ‘More color in the church’; what do you hope the material of ‘More color in the church’ will bring about?

I hope that people become more aware of the multi-colored love of God and that we can really love our neighbor as ourselves. For through mutual love people will know and see that we are His followers.

More information and registration for the Network Day in Veenendaal on 17 June

Interactive Bible study More color in the church

Intercultural Church Plants (ICP) Netherlands comes with a three-part online Bible study, ‘More color in the church’. The interactive material is suitable for small groups in the church. The series of studies will be presented during Opwekking and will be available via the website www.meerkleurindekerk.nl.

Working together on racism, diversity and reconciliation

Christians are called to love and reconcile with one another, even across ethnic and cultural barriers. In practice this is not so easy. The theme of racism evokes feelings of pain, shame and resistance, also within the church. How do we initiate real change?

ICP Nederland has developed an interactive series in collaboration with presenter and creative Godwin Arhin and media house Living Image. The three-part small group material challenges the participants to actively work in small groups from a Biblical perspective on the themes of racism, diversity and reconciliation. More color in the church will be launched during the Opwekking Conference on Saturday, May 27, 2023 at 10 p.m. on the main stage.

Interactive and personal small group material

With this small group material you are assured of a number of fascinating, varied sessions, without having to spend a lot of time on preparation. In this way you can delve into this difficult subject in an accessible way.

This small group material is:

  • personal: the theme is treated by people who share their own experience about diversity and racism;
  • professional: the material has been developed based on years of experience with the theme and in collaboration with an educationalist;
  • interactive: video, Bible study, assignments and podcasts alternate and encourage the group to actively get to work.

With the online series, ICP will make a small group leader’s manual available on the website. The material can be started at any time from May 27.

Intercultural Church Plants Nederland

Intercultural Church Plants Nederland is een netwerk van interculturele kerken in Nederland. De missie van ICP is om – vanuit een profetische roeping – met kerken op weg te gaan richting culturele en etnische veelkleurigheid binnen de gemeentes. Dit doet ICP NL onder andere door het organiseren van trainingsdagen voor voorgangers, leiderschaps- en aanbiddingsteams, door begeleiding en intervisie, door het geven van preekbeurten en workshops etc. ICP Nederland werkt in verschillende verbanden samen met, en weet zich ondersteund door, onder andere de Protestantse Kerk van Nederland, Stichting Opwekking, Micha Nederland en SKIN. Het project is financieel mogelijk gemaakt door Verre Naasten en Missiefonds, de commissie missionaire steunverlening van de Nederlandse gereformeerde kerken, door Opwekking en door fonds Kerk en Wereld.

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Note for editors

For more information, please contact Hans Euser, director and network leader of ICP Nederland by e-mail hans@icpnetwork.nl or by telephone 06-36015061.

Meet Patrick

As of May 1, ICP core team has a new member: Patrick van der Plaat. He introduces himself to you…

Let me introduce myself. I am Patrick van der Plaat. Together with my wife Janine and our three children, Joshua (20), Rebecca (18) and Sara (13), we are back after not living in the Netherlands for many years. Originally I do not come from a religious family, but I got to know God at a somewhat later age. After a search I eventually ended up at a bible school in Veenendaal (ETH) where I was prepared to lead the church as a pastor. During that period I also met my wife who is from Brazil. This soon led to a marriage in which our three children were born.

Over the past twenty years, I have lived and worked abroad for more than fifteen, mostly in the role of pastor for the Church of the Nazarene. Having lived in both Brazil and Australia as a family, the multicultural has simply become part of who we are. That also made the step to ICP a logical one for me. Besides the fact that my family is multicultural, I also like to see more and more color in the church and to be able to contribute to it..

In addition to being a pastor, I am also a writer and I love making music. I think it would be very nice to work with you within the ICP network and to share some of my cultural experiences.

As ICP we are very grateful for the arrival of Patrick. We look forward to a fun and fruitful collaboration!

Join Gave at youth camp this summer

Are you or do you know a (refugee) young person? A warm welcome to the Gave camps 2023. You will experience an unforgettable holiday week with young people from different cultures. Together you get to know God and each other better through sports, games and other activities.

No matter how different we are, Muslim or Christian, Dutch or African – we spend a midweek together around a camp in Lunteren.

What do you do at Gave camp?

  • Chill out in a beautiful camp house and nice environment;
  • Exercising together;
  • Game activities;
  • Learning from each other’s culture;
  • Deepening in God through Bible study and conversation.

The holiday week is relaxing and fun. One refugee youth said: “This is my only stress-free week.” In addition, the camp is also educational and even a life-changing experience. “The refugees who had a firm faith in God were an example to me,” said a Dutch participant.

For refugee and Dutch youth

Refugee youth and Dutch youth are coming along. Everyone speaks Dutch or English. We organize camps in different age categories:

13-16 years17-23 years24-30 years
July 31-August 5July 31-August 5August 14-19
7-12 August7-12 August 
 August 14-19 

Where can I register?

Sign in via the Gave Foundation website.. Or invite young people in your area using the Gave camps flyer.

Impression Gave-camps:

Save the date: June 17

Clear your agenda; you want to be there!

On June 17, 2023, ICP is organizing a network day for everyone who helps build the intercultural church in the Netherlands. Welcome to ICF Veenendaal, De grote Pekken 3 in Veenendaal.

The theme is ‘Gracism – growing as a church in equality’. A great day with an inspiring program, skilled speakers, powerful worship and various workshops around the theme. A very topical, sensitive and also uncomfortable subject, especially in our churches. But we want to be a church where everyone fits in and where everyone feels welcome. To get there we have to become churches where everything is discussable. Come and join the conversation, grow and enjoy our colorful God and His Kingdom. Bring your teams, visit the day together and grow as a church, learn from each other.

Practical info: ICP Network day ‘Gracism – growing as a church in equality’

  • Date: June 17, 2023
  • Time: walk-in 9:30, start program 10:00, end 16:00
  • Price per person: €22.50 (Money should not be an obstacle to participation, so please contact us if that is the case. Email: office@icpnetwork.nl)
  • Location: De grote Pekken 3, Veenendaal

You can order your ticket NOW!

ICP Worship Vision Morning – April 15 in Veenendaal

“Missions Exist Because Worship Doesn’t Exist”…

A strong statement by John Piper in his book “Let the nations be glad!” He describes why worship is so important, especially when we are engaged in missionary community building. For as important as we consider our mission, they are a means to an end: “Let the nations praise you, O God; let all nations praise you! Let the nations rejoice and sing for joy!” (Ps 67:3-4).

We would like to invite you to our Worship Vision Morning on April 15 in Veenendaal. View the invitation here:

Quote from John Piper’s book:

“Missions is not the ultimate goal of the Church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn’t. Worship is ultimate, not missions, because God is ultimate, not man. When this age is over, and the countless millions of the redeemed fall on their faces before the throne of God, missions will be no more. It is a temporary necessity. But worship abides forever.

Worship, therefore, is the fuel and goal of missions. It’s the goal of missions because in missions we simply aim to bring the nations into the white hot enjoyment of God’s glory. The goal of missions is the gladness of the peoples in the greatness of God.”

Worship is the purpose of our missions, but it’s also the fuel, Piper says.

“But worship is also the fuel of missions. Passion for God in worship precedes the offer of God in preaching. You can’t commend what you don’t cherish. Missionaries will never call out, “Let the nations be glad!” who cannot say from the heart, “I rejoice in the Lord…I will be glad and exult in thee, I will sing praise to thy name, O Most High” (Ps 104:34, 9:2). Missions begins and ends in worship.”

Let’s put it loosely: Missionaries (or evangelists, or church builders, or followers of Jesus) will never cry, “Let the nations be glad!” if they themselves cannot say from their hearts, “I rejoice in the Lord…I will be glad and exult in thee, I will praise thy name, O Most High.”

If you don’t know the real meaning of worship, if you don’t walk the path of worship to God’s throne yourself, if you have no idea what it’s like to be in God’s presence in worship…or if you just kind of forgot how in worship your heart is first served by God Himself… then how can we lead the nations in that, bring the people to that place, into God’s presence, in His glory…?

Watch this short video and get inspired…

Piper concludes, “Missions begin and end in worship.”

At ICP we have a dream: all nations before the throne of God, in worship, focused on the Lamb. All nations, tribes, languages, colors, backgrounds… One heart, one voice, one Body.

On Saturday 15 April we are organizing a Vision Morning in Veenendaal. A morning for worship leaders, musicians, technicians, pastors, leaders; worship teams who want to delve together into worship in today’s intercultural church.

Register quickly via this link…

Review of ICP Team Training

Last weekend we had the second Training Weekend with 10 intercultural teams participating in the two-year ICP Team Training. In these two years, we meet four times for a weekend to learn and grow as cross-cultural leadership teams. In between these weekends, the participating teams can follow extra lessons and do exercises together via our Online Training Platform.

The theme of this second Team Training Weekend was: ‘Making Disciples’. Very challenging and stimulating…

“What a special time I had. I am impressed by the love of God the Father for me and I have received a renewed passion to pass on this love and that fatherly heart, to distribute it to all peoples. Jesus taught and showed us a lot about living with each other and sharing your heart so that someone else can get to know God through that heart. During the training weekend I became more aware of the fact that I cannot give what I have not first received. And that the genuineness of my heart and attitude greatly helps those around me to receive my message about God. Enough to ponder. And also enough to be thankful for.” (Reaction team member ICP)

We are very grateful that we can organize such a wonderful training together with the permanent trainers and voluntary employees. We are already looking forward to the third Training Weekend. But now let’s reminisce with a few photos.

Knowing more?

Pastoral and Relationship Training Intercultural couples Report ICF Utrecht

ALast January, a group of 15 intercultural couples started in ICF Utrecht. The meetings were interactive, educational, and fun. There was a lot of laughter about recognizing each other’s situation!

An intercultural relationship is different
Claude and Corina Mushikangondo and the Utrecht couples first thought together about why an intercultural relationship is different. Actual circumstances are often challenging, for example due to language and integration problems, residence permit stress, arrears in the labor market for the foreign partner, etc. This affects the interaction between partners; it can cause friction.

For example: usually the Dutch partner bears almost the entire burden of administrative and regulatory matters. Quarrels go off the rails more quickly if partners do not master the language equally well. The way partners invest in their marriage is also different. Integration requires major efforts for non-Dutch citizens. Dutch partners invest by supporting their spouse who sends money to relatives. Important to recognize that! It also became clear that there are major cultural differences in communication styles. Fortunately, most people knew their partner’s rules of communication.


Embrace Biblical culture
The group also discussed the top two topics intercultural couples argue about: gender ratio and money. Claude challenged the men to take on their role based on to let go of the Bible (Ephesians 5) and tradition and culture. It evoked many reactions and also beautiful testimonials.

Why this training?
The purpose of this group is to strengthen intercultural relationships, by stimulating mutual exchange and group loyalty and raising awareness of the challenges of intercultural marriage. The vision is for the couples to encourage and support each other. The leadership of the congregation is also involved, so that they can provide better marriage pastoral care when there are problems. Jasper de Kok, predecessor of ICF Utrecht, was there and Bert de Jong, elder and himself in an intercultural relationship. They thought it was very positive and were happy that this could take place.

Two participants about the workshops:
We enjoyed the time together and had enough material to talk about afterwards. We hope there will be more sessions with other interesting topics. I personally also enjoyed the women’s and men’s group at the first assignment.”

“We also enjoyed the training very much. It were very helpful topics and what was especially remarkable that we had so much in common with the other intercultural couples. It was eye opening to see that I often thought some things in our marriage were just issues we only have, but it is often cultural! We hope there will be more sessions like this.”

More information about ICP’s Training offer

Ask for more information about the training courses of Claude and Corina