The Partnership Field Guide (PFG) is a free 100-page resource that outlines the step-by-step process for developing effective mission partnerships. Based on nearly 30 years of work with mission networks and partnerships around the world, the Guide includes a section on “Partnership Theology” and a detailed overview of 15 key principles that power high-impact partnerships…
07 Nov 2016
builds a case for the Well Connected vital importance of unity and collaboration in the church and provides an instruction guide for building effective Kingdom networks and partnerships.
21 Jul 2016
Consensus decision-making is vital to the effectiveness of mission networks and partnerships. However, many of us who serve as network leaders struggle to build genuine consensus in our networks, partnerships, or working groups. The reason is that consensus decision-making processes are very different from the top-down decision-making processes most of us know from our own organizations….
17 May 2016
The Pocket Guide to Partnership is a 2-page summary of the process and principles for developing effective missional partnerships. Drawn out of nearly 30 years of field experience around the world, the Guide outlines the 3 main stages and 15 key principles of partnership development…
18 Mar 2016
Prayer Ripples are a model for rapidly engaging mobilizers, missionaries, network leaders, partner organizations, field teams, and supporters in a multiplying prayer movement for the nations and a great harvest of believers…
04 Dec 2015
Many local churches around the world are actively engaged in cross-cultural overseas mission work through
partnerships with missionaries, other churches, and numerous agencies. However, these local church partnerships are also often fraught with failures. Global Connections, a network of 200+ Christian churches, agencies, and colleges in the UK have developed a Code of Best Practice for Church to Church Partnerships….
09 Nov 2015
Tom Wujec, creator of the The Marshmallow Challenge, has developed a new group activity designed to help a team, organization, or network think systematically about their goals and challenges. This new group activity is called: How To Draw Toast!