Global discipleship for a changing world
  • 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

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  • Whole-life disciples in Sri Lanka

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  • Global Outreach Day

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

Most of our work within the Faith2Share network is with Christian leaders with a focus on mission and collaboration. We do this with several objectives and through a range of interventions. The Faith2Share network is intrinsically relational and our focus is on the missional maturity of leaders and the impact of their ministries.

We work directly with over 600 leaders from five continents. Each leader acts as a ‘gateway of influence’, often having more than 20 other leaders reporting to them, alongside the oversight and responsibility for hundreds of mission workers. Faith2Share’s ability to strengthen and influence a large number leaders and mission practitioners is significant.

“The leaders of our mission agencies need to be empowered not only with theological studies but also with managerial training for outstanding output in missions.”

Plamthodathil S Jacob, Leadership and Mission, Ed. Mark Laing, 2004

Faith2Share builds leaders for three key outcomes:

  • To help them lead disciple-making movements where children, women and men learn to follow Jesus in every aspect of their lives.
  • To help them build effective collaborations in mission as they establish trust and respect with other leaders in their own locations as well as internationally.
  • To help them recognise when God is doing a new thing, when He is raising up new and emerging mission movements, and to know how and when to come alongside and strengthen these new movements (seeking to foster inter-dependency and mutuality).

  • “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.”

    Dr Roger E Hedlund, Forward in Leadership and Mission, Ed. Mark Laing, 2004.

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    I am thankful to Faith2Share for opening the platform for me to meet others leaders of the network to work in collaboration – learning from others. Praying for us, sending their newsletter, keeping in good contact and mentoring and encouraging me personally.

    Pranab Kishor Kumar, New Life for India, India

    Faith2Share’s leadership model of change is based on four key activities.
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    As the Anglican Communion seeks to deepen its collaboration in global mission, I welcome its close links with the Faith2Share Network, which remains an important initiative in bringing together partners from across the world who seek to participate in God’s mission today.

    The Most Revd Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

    First Arab Anglican Bishop for North Africa

    In a moving ceremony at All Saints Cathedral, Cairo, on 27 February, Archbishop Mouneer Hanna Anis consecrated Rev. Samy Fawzy Shehata as the first Arab Anglican area bishop for North Africa.Bishop Samy succeeds Bishop Bill Musk, who had presided over the diocese encompassing Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya since 2008.The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, sent his congratulations and praised the Diocese of Egypt for its role as a bridge between Muslims and Christians as well as between the various Christian...

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    New Life for India

    Three prayer requests from Pranab Kishor Kumar of New Life for India:- for a leadership seminar for 50 youth on Saturday 25 March- for a seminar on Tuesday 4 April for around 70 government servants who are doing mission work - for a Pastors Fellowship on Tuesday 11 April. Thank you for praying.

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