This is a workshop for KEY LEADERS and MISSION LEADERS of the church who are grappling with missions in an ever-changing world. It’s for churches and other community partners that have read books like “Toxic Charity” and “When Helping Hurts” and are asking, “Now what?”
This 6-hour workshop identifies key stakeholders, core practices and an ongoing process to move missions beyond the “helping that hurts” narrative. It’s a way to understand and organize so that a church can translate good intentions into specific actions. Mission 3.0 accelerates the learning curve and pace of change because it provides a common language and a unifying framework upon which a church or even a whole community can build a shared vision.
Churches that become more invested in this approach to missions become more helpful in lifting people out of poverty and better partners to ministries on the frontlines. They also become more relevant and credible to their community, more fulfilling to both pastor and people, and more appealing to those on the margins looking for a reason to attend a church.