Building a Connected Missions Team

How to Involve Your Congregation to Expand Your Impact

Building a missions team around global missions is essential not only to the Church Mission Leader’s personal effectiveness, but to the overall growth and involvement of the congregation. Your church can develop deep relationships with missionaries, partner with other ministries and gain global relationships. This will allow you to expand the depth and width of your impact in the Great Commission.

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<p><a href="https://missionexus.org/building-a-connected-missions-team/"><strong>Building a Connected Missions Team</strong></a><br />Building a missions team around global missions is essential not only to the Church Mission Leader's personal effectiveness, but to the overall growth and involvement of the congregation. Your church can develop deep relationships with missionaries, partner with other ministries and gain global relationships. This will allow you to expand the depth and width of your impact in the Great Commission.</p>

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In our Church Missions Leader Survey Report + Analysis that came out fall of 2019 we highlighted “10 Key Attributes of an Effective Church Missions Leader” (You can check it out on pages 28–29). One of those Key Attributes is “Building a Connected Team.”

In light of the changing realities of dealing with the COVID-19 at home in North America, we can’t lose sight of our congregations and staying connected with our workers around the globe. Some churches may have established missions teams and others need to put together teams to continue serving ministry partners who are affected by COVID-19. As we seek to adjust at home in in our churches we need to find ways to encourage and care for our congregations and equip them to keep focused on the goal and engage globally.

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