The Church Partnership Team invites you to participate in “The Greenhouse:” an interactive experience designed for churches and leaders who want to cultivate and nurture a greater missions engagement at their church. As you interact with missions coaches, consultants and church leaders in these online workshops, we will tackle themes including the “soil” of biblical missions passion, the “seeds” of gospel-driven discipleship and the “fertilizer” of clear missions definition. Together we’ll answer the question, “What does it look like to be an engaged sending church?”
Why is gospel-driven discipleship important in missions strategy?
Disciples plant seeds. The seed is the gospel. The discipleship process employed in the church is pivotal to the church’s engagement in missions. If Jesus was serious when He said, “Go and make disciples of all nations,” then how we make disciples locally will affect how disciples are made globally. In a culture that has lost its biblical moorings, gospel-centered discipleship is crucial for sending to the unreached.REgister for This Workshop
What is the role of leadership in the process of becoming an engaged missions church?
Activated church leaders establish and “water” global cross-cultural missions vision. Without the personal engagement of church leaders, missions will likely become a special-interest project, drifting to the margins. Too much water floods and too little will parch a passionate missions zeal. What is the role of church leadership in championing passionate missions engagement?REgister for This Workshop
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