Missions Network

WHY DO I ATTEND THE MISSIONS NETWORK?

What People are Saying

Pastor Matt Cook, Campus Bible Church says:

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I’m involved because I love to be around “Mission Maniacs – those with a heart for glocal (global/local evangelization).  I’m encouraged to be around others who are involved in similar ministry in their church.  As a missions pastor, it is a great chance for me to develop relationships/ministry partnerships with other mission pastors/directors.  The Missions Network has fostered multi-church cooperative efforts.  One such example was the hosting of the World Vision AIDS Experience in February 2008 – five local churches from the Fresno/Clovis area worked together to put this event on for our community in order to bring awareness to the AIDS crisis in sub-Saharan Africa."

Rob Carter, Jaron Ministries International says:

"For me it is an important part of my ministry personally, both to encourage and help equip mission leaders and be encouraged myself from testimony of what God is doing in and through our churches and leaders here in Fresno and around the world.  I feel partnering together in equipping, mobilization, and sending God’s people out for all types of ministry is the most strategic way we as the American church can reach the world for Christ.  The Missions Network is one of the few and important ways God’s people can accomplish this task.  My vision and prayer is that God will raise up more laborers who will share the vision and help in this effort."

Jan Fayle, ESA/Love INC says:

"I am very thankful to be a part of the Missions Network.  Beginning with the Billy Graham Crusade in Fresno in 2001, it has been very exciting to connect churches together to do local missions.  I have developed friendships and been greatly encouraged by learning of all the different outreach opportunities that there are both locally and abroad."