A Cool Idea to Keep Your Missions Temperature Hot All Year [Part 1]

[fa icon="calendar"] January 26, 2016 / by Tim Agnello

100_degree_temp_shown_on_thermometerHow do you get people new to the Alliance fully involved with our global missions focus? How can you make reaching lost people in some far-away place relevant to a twenty-something

Although Annual Missions Conferences are essential for engaging individuals with global missions, it will take more than one or two events to keep an all-year-long global missions perspective before the congregation. So, here's a cool idea for you to consider.

Global Partnerships 

Many churches and individuals are discovering that entering into a long-term relational partnership with Alliance workers in one (or more) of our Alliance regions offers a more personalized experience in making a difference on the global scene. 

The Central Pacific District is encouraging partnership connections because they revitalize missions passion and personalize global missions for participants. This results in greater missions engagement at every level:

  • Partner care
  • Strategic prayer
  • Sharing (financially)
  • Going (short-term and career workers)
  • Staying aware (remaining connected with the workers)

These partnerships also encourage and assist our International Workers to accomplish the Kingdom goals set before them. 

Incorporating a global partnership into your church's missions strategy is perhaps the single most dynamic way to encourage all-year-long global engagement and missions awareness within your congregation. It will also help to advance Alliance worker’s ministry worldwide. 

The CPD is ready to assist you in connecting to our Alliance work around the world, contact us!

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Topics: Missions