Thurs, Nov. 19, 2020  |  11:00 AM MDT

In a world fraught with coronavirus, conflict, and cross-cultural tensions, many US churches are exploring the role of indigenous ministry partnerships as a means by which to reach the unreached. Done biblically, indigenous ministry partnerships are not simply a novel innovation brought about by a pragmatic need, but a biblical model of global missions that displays the trinitarian nature of God and impacts the least reached.

For any church or agency seeking to become involved in an indigenous ministry partnership, the two questions that should be answered are WHY? and HOW? Is the basis for this type of partnership purely pragmatic or is there a deeper biblical and theological basis? Is this partnership simply about sending money and anticipating results, or is there something more spiritually profound?

Churches and agencies alike will want to join us for this pivotal discussion on best practices in indigenous ministry partnerships with special guests, Carlos Calderon, VP for International Ministries and Robert Mullen, Church Engagement Director, both from Partners International.

 

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