Sending to High Risk Situations: Preparation and Implications

Saturday, 9:30 – 10:45 AM

Presented by: Joshua Johnson, Mary Ho & Pam Arlund

An All Nation’s missionary put it all on the line when he launched last November to live among tribespeople, learn their language, and share the hope of Jesus with them. And he paid the ultimate earthly price for this passion to reach the unreached. With his passing, we at All Nations, who sent him, have been confronted afresh with tough questions: How do we assess risk? What risks are we willing to take? How far is too far? Is Jesus worth it? Join us as we wrestle together with these questions that are crucial to preparing the body of Christ to make disciples and suffer with Jesus. Mary Ho and Pam Arlund from All Nations will co-present this workshop.

Primary Audience: Church leaders and mission agency leaders that are preparing people to go to the unreached

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  1. Trying to follow up. Joshua, Mary or Pam–what resources have you collected for mentoring, discipling, preparing candidates for higher risk areas? We have resources for assessing and mitigating risk. I do not have the kinds of resources that I want for recruiting candidates to engage risk–and then, the resources to ground those candidates in a “robust faith” that sustains them with wisdom, courage, stamina, and humility in a higher risk environment. I’d love to hear your suggestions. Thanks.