Global discipleship for a changing world
  • 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 >>>

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

The work of Faith2Share is all about global discipleship for a changing world.

We have had a particular commitment to facilitating ‘depth’ or ‘whole-life’ discipleship within our member movements. Over the last few years this has included having a number of depth discipleship consultations in different regions as well as an increased focus on discipleship within several of our member agencies.

The Depth Discipleship programme generated a lot of interest across the network and after holding three consultations (2012-2013) we were invited to come to Nepal in 2014 - to help church and mission leaders develop and retain a clear focus on Christian discipleship in their daily life. You can read more about these consultations in our resource area.

Faith2Share offered a Depth Discipleship consultation for 30 leaders from six different regions across Nepal and from different denominations (offered in their own language). Using the training, materials and models they had received, they were able to adapt and offer a similar training event for different language groups in a remote part of the country – mostly using their own resources.

The best decision anyone can ever make, at any point in life, in any circumstances, whoever they are, wherever they are, whatever they are, is to become a disciple of Jesus Christ. There is no better decision for a human being in this life, any human being.

Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

The discipleship formula, shown below, demonstrates our long standing vision to impact the lives of people across many different cultures - developing global Christian discipleship, leadership and faith for a changing world.



As a network organisation we have a passion for collaboration - not competition. We enjoy working in partnership with other networks and mission movements who have the same heart for mission and discipleship - because everything we do is focused around sharing faith and changing lives.

Faith2Share helped me to meet with other leaders in Bangkok and Addis Ababa. They taught me how to collaborate with others for effectiveness in mission.

Manaai Cheng, Myanmar Gospel Harvesters Missions

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 mission and discipleship in francophone Africa. Faith2Share was delighted to be represented there by Captain Timothy Mazimpaka (Church Army), who reported on the following highlights:Mission in the Local Church (Younoussa Djao)Mission is what God does to bring human beings to Himself. Every church that does not do mission must close. The purpose of man in God’s mission agenda...

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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 a trusted intermediary was required so the church was called in to arbitrate. Both the Anglican Church of Kenya and the Catholic Church played a vital role in bringing about a solution, explained Rev. John Mark Oduor, Provincial Director of Missions for the Anglican Church of Kenya, during today’s visit to our offices.Rev. Oduor told us...

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