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Partnership in Mission: A Biblical and Theological Perspective (Revised)

Biblical Partnership

Dr. Atul Aghamkar PhD from the Partnership Institute in India presented this paper at the 2016 Interdev conference in Bangalore, India. In it, he challenges both the global and Indian church to engage in ministry partnerships with renewed seriousness. After establishing a strong foundation for partnership in scripture, he explores the Apostle Paul’s model of church and family-based ministry partnership. Dr. Aghamkar proposes that this would be an effective model for the Indian church to use. This article is an excellent resource for network leaders and church planters looking for models of partnership and ministry in Southeast Asia.  

Network Profile: Bridges Training Network South Asia (BTNSA)

This short video profiles the BTNSA – Bridges Training Network South Asia. This mission network is focused on ministry among oral-culture peoples. Over the years, BTNSA has grown to include dozens of different ministries and organizations across South Asia. In this video, members of the BTNSA facilitation team share about the impact the network has had on themselves as leaders and on their own ministry environments. Effective networks often have three levels of impact…