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12) Hang with your Peers, Share Lessons Learned, Grow your Network

missionexus conferenceWhat do you get when you combine the best experience of the EFMA with the breadth of knowledge of the IFMA? You get MissioNexus. Regardless of whether you’re a veteran or a rookie in global outreach, someone in MissioNexus probably has the solution to your next problem (even if you haven’t encountered it yet). Just their conference alone is worth the look…

http://missionexus.org/mission-leaders-conference-2015-upward

But Steve and his staff have completely retooled to offer you a whole lot more. Give them a look and, if you like, join them and see for yourself.

13) We’re Grateful… —

the-mission-network-headerThanks to the Mission Network, who sent $100 this past week because they believe in Brigada enough to make a monthly pledge of $100, partly because they want to dare other agencies, churches, and individuals to do the same. God bless you!!! Learn more about Mission Network at…

http://themissionnetwork.org/

Meanwhile, thanks to the anonymous user from New York who sent $100! God bless you!

If you’d like to help as well, just click “Donate” in the upper right corner, or, mail a check made payable to Team Expansion (Brigada), 13711 Willow Reed Drive, Louisville, KY 40299. Team Expansion is a 501(c)3 incorporation so, for USA citizens, your gift to Christ through Team Expansion is tax-deductible.

9) Is Global Great Commission Network Gaining Traction?

The Global Great Commission Network is a cooperative follow-up ministry of the Tokyo 2010 Global Mission Consultation.  The purpose and role of the GGCN can be summarized in the following three values:

***  The Global Great Commission Network exists to broadly encourage collaboration and partnership.

***  The Global Great Commission Network exists to stimulate worldwide mission efforts that promote the making of disciples of every people in our generation.

***  The Global Great Commission Network exists not to compete with, but to serve and support other networks and ministries.

Learn more at…

http://www.ggcn.org/

So my question is, is this network gaining traction at your church, agency or group? If so, please write a comment on our online web version. Thanks in advance for any feedback you can give.

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