Missions are not the ultimate goal of the Church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn’t.
God loves poor and vulnerable people and wants to use us to help them.
If we are sincere about taking the gospel to the world, it means we need to do some things differently and we cannot do it alone. It’s going to take partners, affiliates, volunteers – even “competing ministries.”
No person or organization is self-sufficient. Cru Brazil understands this and is partnering with VOCARE to reach a new generation of spiritual leaders.
I believe that every church or mission organization that works in isolation, “on an island,” will eventually die. It will not grow and develop to its full potential.
Working together brings strength, divine blessings, victory, effectiveness as a witness of Jesus, and increased fruitfulness – and God receives glory. But often we don’t work in a coordinated way. We stray from maximizing our efforts and minimizing duplication.
Chip Scivicque, Ron Sanders, and Jay Lorenzen discuss how to build movements characterized by passionate gospel proclamation and compassionate gospel demonstration.
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