Facilitating the Mission
The Benefits to Churches that Send Their Own to the Mission Field Part Two

The Benefits to Churches that Send Their Own to the Mission Field Part Two

October 15, 2019

Today we tune in to part two of the series "The benefits to churches that send their own to the mission field." In this episode, Jeff Jackson tosses around some church priority hot potatoes as he presses into the very real tension of reaching the world vs. reaching the local community. Both need to be done, but usually one happens at the expense of the other. God's design for the church is that it's scope of impact grows globally rather simply a larger geographical footprint in one locale.

Here are a few thoughts shared by Jeff along with links to the resources.

» Jonathan Edwards on Missions

» Charles Spurgeon on missions

Additionally, Jeff mentions this blog post.

The Benefits to Churches that Send Their Own to the Mission Field Part One

The Benefits to Churches that Send Their Own to the Mission Field Part One

October 1, 2019

When Jeff Jackson was sent to the mission field by his church, he had no idea that a future result would one day be the establishment of Shepherd's Staff Mission Facilitators. He also didn't fully know how the church that was sending him would benefit by sending his family to the mission field.

In this two-part series, Jeff explains the ways churches benefit when they engage with the Great Commission by sending their own people to the mission field.

Here are the resources mentioned in this episode:
» Shepherd's Staff Mission Facilitators Beginnings Part One
» Shepherd's Staff Mission Facilitators Beginnings Part Two
» Shepherd's Staff Mission Facilitators Beginnings Part Three
» Robertson McQuilkin | link 1 | link 2