Global discipleship for a changing world
  • 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 >>>

  • What Value A Life?

    On a sunny Wednesday afternoon in March, three members of the public and one policeman were killed in Westminster, London. At almost exactly the... Read More >>>

  • The Cost of Discipleship in Egypt

    The cost of following Christ in the Middle East and North Africa was once more underlined with the savage bombing on Sunday of Coptic Christians... Read More >>>

  • Whole-life disciples in Sri Lanka

    Still recovering from a civil war, Sri Lanka is in need of disciples who follow Christ in every area of their life. Following very successful... Read More >>>

Our mission is to enable effective collaborations between mission movements and leaders
– working together globally to share faith and change lives

Mission movements are the priority of Faith2Share and the accompanying, mentoring, consulting and resourcing of mission leaders is our focus. But it is the enabling of effective collaborations between organisations that drives the network forward. Our impact is so much greater when we focus on key mission issues and opportunities - demonstrating what working together can achieve:

  • building trust and understanding between senior leaders of mission movements and challenging them to actively collaborate in mission.
  • providing opportunities and systems for the effective sharing of mission resources between member agencies and within the wider mission community.
  • encouraging the establishment of, and then to partner with and support, new and emerging mission movements.

  • Faith2Share's role is to encourage collaboration, to facilitate ways of connecting so that opportunities for working together in mission can emerge and grow. The stories of partnership that have the biggest impact are so often those taking place quietly behind the scenes.

    God works together with those who love him to bring about what is good - with those who have been called according to his purpose.

    Romans 8:28

    We particularly encourage forms of collaboration and mission partnerships that challenge the systems, relationships and attitudes of dependency that still persist to this day. And we celebrate when we see organisations connecting who have not had the opportunities to learn from each other before:

    • In Odisha, India, the leader of a smaller mission agency asked a senior mission leader from Kenya to act as his mentor, after meeting at a Faith2Share event. There has already been a visit to Odisha where training was also given to 50 other local leaders – particularly focusing on mission in the context of persecution and poverty.
    • 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.

    As a leader of one of the larger mission networks, I commend the coming together of Global South and Global North mission movements within the Faith2Share network for the effective extension of God’s kingdom.

    Dr K Rajendran, WEA Mission Commission

    Bolivia - Birmingham, UK link

    An exciting link has developed between the dioceses of Birmingham and Bolivia, and a group from Birmingham led by Bishop David Urquhart will visit Bolivia from 1-17 March to further establish the link, with a particular emphasis on the formation and training of both lay and ordained leaders. The two dioceses share the challenge of sharing the gospel across cultures, and Bishop Raphael Samuel, diocesan bishop of Bolivia has a vision for intentional discipleship. Please pray for health and strength...

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    Collaboration Key to Miraculous Transformation

    'When our team first went to share the gospel with the people of Godo, Dankpen in Togo, the local people kept their distance' writes Ngozi of Faith2Share member Church of Nigeria Missionary Society. ‘A number of young people, however, came to listen and ask questions and 44 of them came to faith. They were mostly subsistence farmers. The men wore dirty, torn clothing while the women and children were virtually naked most of the time. They now testify to God’s...

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