John Stumbo (President of the Christian & Missionary Alliance) shares six points to illustrate missions done well versus missions done poorly. Missions done poorly is about “us.” The Alliance is committed to doing missions well, which involves incarnational ministry that ensures the local, indigenous church’s sustained ownership and brings lasting fruit. John Stumbo reminds us that missions isn’t about us getting to do something meaningful. The goal of missions is lasting fruit. “Missions done well” embraces a solid system of financial and strategic accountability; it establishes strong networks of reproducing local churches; and it is sustainable. The Alliance is committed to doing missions well until our King returns and our mission is complete. Watch the video below for more about how the Christian & Missionary Alliance is doing ministry around the world.
To contribute to the Great Commission Fund through River Rock Church to provide funds for the Alliance missionaries around the world go to https://riverrockchurch.com/give/ and choose “Mission Fund (GCF)” on the drop down menu for giving online or designate that on your offering envelope on Sunday or the check you drop in the mail
Below is the quick one minute summary of the longer video above that we showed at River Rock Church April 8th during our Missions Moment where John Stumbo shares a brief overview of one of the goals of missions: to continually make disciples who make disciples.
See more video stories about Alliance Missions at https://www.cmalliance.org/video/series/missions-conference/