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Developing an Effective Sending Church

A personally tutored correspondence course offered by the Missionary Training Service 
(a member organisation of Global Connections - the Evangelical Missionary Alliance).

Mobilising churches to take their full place in forwarding world evangelism. Under God's direction - as in Acts 13 - local churches can have an enormous impact on world mission. Ideally, all members of a church missionary committee should do the course together. This course takes you through a process of enabling a church to become effective for missions in the following areas. 
bulletAssessing the church's present efforts in mission making plans for mission involvement
bulletAssessing church leadership for mission involvement
bulletForming a Mission Action Group and coordinating its work
bulletArranging a missions conference
bulletEstablishing a missions information centre
bulletRecruiting and training missionaries
bulletMobilising prayer
bulletGathering financial support
bulletSending, caring for and communicating with missionaries
bulletCooperating with missionary agencies and other churches
bulletEducating the church about missions
bulletIt will usually take several months to work through the material and implement the suggestions in a church.

The course costs GB 85 and includes workbooks and personal guidance through telephone and e-mail tutorials.

For further information, or if you have any enquiries, email us:
To enrol, please fill in this form:Effective Sending
Send it, with a cheque or postal order made out to the MTS for GB 85, to:
Missionary Training Service, The Old Police House, Evershot, Dorchester DT2 0LB, United Kingdom.

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The Missionary Training Service is a UK Registered Charity (No. 1073046) and a Company limited by Guarantee (No. 3554515).
This page was last updated on 31 January 2017.