Mission China 2030 | Hong Kong
The face of world mission is about to change dramatically!
This September, Kärin Primuth (CEO, visionSynergy), Brent Fulton (President, ChinaSource), and David Hackett (Senior Advisor, visionSynergy) were invited to speak in Hong Kong at Mission China 2030 – the biggest Chinese missionary-sending initiative in history.
Having spent four years in China, Kärin expressed what a remarkable experience it was for her to join with hundreds of Chinese who came together to consider God’s call to mobilize thousands of missionaries from China over the next fifteen years.
Mission China 2030
More than 900 house church pastors and leaders from China gathered around the challenge of planting thousands of churches in China, reaching the hundreds of Chinese minority people groups, and mobilizing at least 20,000 Chinese missionaries by the year 2030.
- By Vision Synergy
Our friends from Issachar Initiative recently invited visionSynergy CEO, Kärin Primuth, to explore mission networks on their blog. In her post, Kärin outlines the who, what, and why of mission networks as she describes the power of collaboration to accomplish more in the mission field than any one person or agency could accomplish alone.
Be sure to check out the resources Kärin mentions to discover the networks you can work with right now!
“Do you have a vision to reach an unreached people group or a particular part of the world? If it is a God-sized vision, then it is a vision far too big for just one church or ministry to accomplish alone. It will take working together with others in the Body of Christ for real spiritual breakthroughs to occur.
“In today’s increasingly interconnected world, mission networks are providing vital connecting points for like-minded leaders to find others who share a similar vision to collectively achieve the mission God has put on their hearts.”
For more about mission networks with some questions for reflection, see Kärin’s Slideshare presentation from the MissioNexus Mission Leaders Forum in Dallas, Texas: “Stand Together in High Impact Networks.”
Finally, check out these visionSynergy-related posts at the Issachar Initiative:
- Partnership Training for Oral Cultures, by Joe Handley
- What’s Getting in the Way?: The Five Greatest Roadblocks to Engagement, by Phill Butler
- Partnerships & Strategic Alliances: A Harvard Business School Idea or a God Strategy?, by Phill Butler