Training for Effective Missions Engagement

Presented by Dr. Casely Essamuah, Global Missions, Pastor, Bay Area Community Church, Annapolis, MD

Having spent half of his life in the dynamic church life of the global South, and the other half in significant churches in the US, Casely looks at ways that missions mobilizers can train westerners for effective missions engagement for the long haul. Particular attention will be paid to models that mitigate against short term missions engagements that end with the trip.

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