Interview with Archbishop Justin
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby was interviewed by Faith2Share member Church Mission Society member Church Mission... Read More >>>
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 >>>
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:
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.
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:
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.