HERE to THERE: Getting From Commitment to Commissioning

HERE to THERE: Getting From Commitment to CommissioningYou Are Committed To Missions In Fact, You Ve Recently Made A Commitment To Become A Missionary Now What Do You Do This Book Will Guide You From Initial Missionary Commitment To Your Commissioning Launch Out To The Field Following The Guidelines In HERE To THERE Getting From Commitment To Commissioning, You Will Build Upon A Strong Foundation Of A High View Of God, Jesus Christ, The Gospel, Scripture, And The Local Church You Will Be Prepared, Step By Step, Along The Path To Gain The Insight, Skills, Tools, And Resources You Need To Be A Faithful Long Term Missionary If You Want To Be A Part Of Seeing Reproducing Indigenous Local Churches Planted Among Those Last , Unreached People Groups, You Ll Want To Read And Reread The Principles Taught In HERE To THERE From Commitment To Commissioning It Can Be Your And Your Church S Map To Successful Sending Of Quality Workers To Those Most Needy Fields Of ServiceHere S The Steps Of The Path Get Talking Share Your Vision With Others Get A Strong Foundation Let Your Church Leaders Know You Want To Be Sent THERE Get Experience Sharpen Your Skills For The Field Through Practical Experience In Ministry Get Connected Select A Mission Agency Primed To Partner With You And Your Church Get Focused Learn All You Can About Cross Cultural Church Planting Get Approved Fulfill Your Mission Agency S Pre Field Requirements Get A Support Team Present Your Vision And Raise Up Partners For Prayer And Financial Support Get Over THERE Get Your Church To Celebrate And Send You Out

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  • 86 pages
  • HERE to THERE: Getting From Commitment to Commissioning
  • David Meade
  • 27 March 2019

9 thoughts on “HERE to THERE: Getting From Commitment to Commissioning

  1. Marti Wade says:

    Good topic Lots of excellent advice But marred by its biases that the reader should come from the author s Reformed religious tradition and intend to become a church planter among the unreached For those that are, he provides detailed directives on what to do next Could be much stronger if he backed off a bit and acknowledged the possibility of a greater diversity of paths from here to there.

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