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?”

Upcoming Workshops

Cultivating: Inclusive Body Engagement

Session
9
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July 8, 2021 1:00 PM
EST |
Ellen Livingood

What components will cultivate an “all-hands-on deck” approach to global missions?

Missions engagement is not a special project for a few who are called. The entire church is called to missions. It is an engagement for every ministry and age range in your church, and unique engagement is a given. A mobilized church believes EVERY follower of Jesus has a role in global missions, but if most people will never leave their home country to minister cross-culturally, how can they engage in global missions? How will your church empower them?

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Maturing: “Local OR Global” vs. “Local AND Global”

Session
10
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August 12, 2021 1:00 PM
EST |
Pam Arlund

How do local and global strategies function together for a robust missions mindset?

Local and global outreach are often pitted against each other. They are presented as an either/or emphasis or given a progressive pecking order: go to your local Jerusalem, then Judea, then Samaria, then the ends of the earth. If the Great Commission is centrifugal (go and tell) rather than centripetal (come and see), how do they work together? We will discover how local and global outreach can mature and grow in harmony, instead of dichotomy, to fortify a flourishing church missions mindset.

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Previous Workshops

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