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New Resource for Missions Collaboration and Communications

All of effective Kingdom initiatives have two key elements:

  1. Effective Communications
  2. Effective Collaboration

Long-time Missio Nexus friend, Phill Butler has just completed a new resource website (kingdom-resource.org) with 140+ articles and 30+ videos on these two important topics.

This resource is meant to encourage God’s people to share Jesus’ good news through more effective collaboration and communication. It represents a compilation of articles, papers, and videos developed over many years of service. May the materials be of encouragement and help as you work to advance the kingdom.

Here are examples of resource topics you will find:

  • Partnership/Networks
    • Operational Issues
    • Case Studies
    • Evaluations
  • Local Church
    • Partnership Checklist
    • Media Collaboration
    • Urban Case Study
  • Missions
    • Effective Partnerships
    • Young Leaders
    • Church Replication
  • Strategic Communications
    • Media Ministry
    • Interpersonal Communications
    • Media and Local Fellowships
  • Scriptural Reflections
    • Prayer, Evangelization, and Kingdom Cooperation
    • Relationships: Living in Harmony
  • Spiritual Journey
    • Daily Devotionals
    • Perspectives on Nehemiah

Explore kingdom-resource.org

Following a business degree, Phill Butler’s professional background was in communications including 14 years as a free-lance correspondent for ABC Radio News.  Phill founded Intercristo, Interdev, and visionSynergy for which he currently serves as Senior Advisor.  His book, Well Connected: Releasing Power, Restoring Hope Through Kingdom Partnerships, has become the global “handbook” on developing ministry partnerships and networks.  The book is available in nine languages via Amazon and other outlets.  He served on the WEA Missions Commission  and from the original congress in 1974, he has played a catalytic role in the Lausanne Movement’s global emphasis on collaboration.

Check out the site and share it with those on your team.

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