Every church that does not do mission must close
The recent Francophone Africa Consultation (CRAF 2017) provided ample evidence that God is challenging the church to commit herself more deeply to... Read More >>>
Doctors’ strike in Kenya ended through church arbitration
Kenya’s health system was paralysed by a 100-day strike by doctors over pay and conditions. The government was unable to resolve the dispute and... Read More >>>
Gift of Life Empowers Kurdish Christians
Working against a backdrop of civil unrest and religious persecution, a team of Bible translators has completed the first ever... Read More >>>
The Fruit of Faithfulness
One of the joys of the Faith2Share network is to hear inspiring stories from our members and partners, who often work in some of the most challenging... Read More >>>
There are many opportunities for trusts, foundations and philanthropists to invest in the work of Faith2Share and we are very grateful for their continued engagement and support.
A forthcoming funding opportunity is our Leadership Campaign which is being launched from autumn 2016 to focus our support to mission leaders - creating new opportunities for them to connect, learn and grow in leadership. We will do this by accompanying, mentoring, consulting and resourcing them for mission leadership - and to sustain their own personal discipleship for a changing world.
Faith2Share builds leaders for three key outcomes:
"We believe that the implementation of the leadership programme is timely and comes at a significant point in the life of Faith2Share. Thank you for your support."
Mark Oxbrow, International Director, Faith2Share
In Yangon, Faith2Share has fostered the development of the ‘Myanmar Faith2Share Chapter’, four mission leaders who have shared their journey in mission and facilitated training opportunities for another 30 mission and church leaders. They have equipped and encouraged local leaders in what has been a fast-changing and fragile context; especially as it comes out of military dictatorship.
Faith2Share connected mission workers in India and Nepal with a Nigerian Church willing to part-fund international mission workers. A number of agreements have now been made which has multiplied and strengthened the impact of local Christian mission workers across the global South. This would never have happened without Faith2Share’s active support and engagement in this area.
Leadership development is at the heart of Christian mission. Leaders emerge from the inner and outward workings of any successful organisation or movement. The missionary movement is no exception. Development of potential new leaders has been the goal and expression of the Christian mission from its inception.