Partnering in the Gospel
Partnering – across the city and across the nations. Partnering – in the gospel and for the sake of the gospel.
In the book of Philippians, Paul talks about partnership but what is ‘partnership’ and what does it look like for us – in Commission churches, in the UK, in the 21st Century?
As part of the SURE (Send Unify Release Equip) programme, we are exploring ways that we can advance the Kingdom through partnership with others. We will be posting reports, blogs, ‘how to’ guides, examples of good practice, plus links to curated resources from other organisations to help us partner more effectively, grow our churches and bless others.
Tim Keller says, “How much doctrinal unity you need to partner with someone depends on what you are partnering with them for.” We’ll be exploring this and many other challenges and exciting opportunities as we seek to partner successfully, for the sake of the gospel.
Miles Jarvis is speaking at a GOfest* lunch event for church leaders in partnership with Moorlands College and Baylink*. One of the greatest challenges for the church is how to best engage with short-term mission. Is short-term mission a waste of money? Does...read more
Churches often partner with others in the areas of social justice and social action. Watch this 2 minute video to see what Jubilee+ is and what they do:read more
Church to church
Around the ‘spheres’
We often refer to Commission as a ‘sphere’ but what is a ‘sphere’; and who and where are the other ‘spheres’ we relate to?read more
Terry Virgo on what led to Newfrontiers, as one movement, going into apostolic 'spheres' in order to advance the gospel through increased church planting.read more
Across the nations
“Depending on where you live, the words you use to sign off your email could be just as important as the content.”read more
Global Humility is a ‘must read’ book for anyone who is involved in or has an interest in cross-cultural matters.read more
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