For many, a sending church is an integral relationship offering accountability, support and a covering of prayer.
Nathan Garth of Sojourn Church in Louisville, Kentucky shares his church's journey to become a sending church on imb.org. Garth gives 4 key points and some closing takeaways that each church should strive to implement or consider as they start the journey of sending members of their congregation around the world intentionally for the spread of the gospel.
Garth's key points to know or do are:
His parting Advice?
Missions is not a program or activity of the church. It’s an identity. - Larry McCrary, The Upstream Collective
It is never too early to start the conversation with your church about how you want to use your vocation intentionally to make Jesus known.
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Nathan Garth is the lead international missions pastor at Sojourn Community Church in Louisville, Kentucky. You can find him on Twitter @Nathan_Garth.