Mega Churches and Missions

Mega-Churches and Missions Robert J. Priest, Trinity International University
February 5, 2009

Megachurches and their pastors are forging influential new patterns of North American congregational involvement in global mission. Their influence on mission patterns often surpasses the influence of denominational leaders, mission executives, or leading missiologists.

This webinar will report on survey research of 404 megachurches and explore new patterns of congregational involvement in global mission as they relate to Church-to-Church partnerships Mission funding patterns relationships to career missionaries, Relationships to mission agencies, Mission priorities, Relationships to Missiology. Robert Priest is Professor and Director of the PhD Program in Intercultural Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.


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