Welcome to Mission Reform.

 

Too often, missionaries find themselves in an unhealthy place relationally, mentally, even spiritually. Just as frequently, churches are not equipped to lend support by any means other than financial.

Our desire is to revitalize the Church’s approach to the Great Commission and equip a new generation of cross-cultural leaders. We want to see healthy missionaries connected to healthy churches through meaningful relationships, walking hand in hand as they seek to please God and reach the world for Jesus.

Mission Reform is dedicated to offering training to both missionaries (in the form of pre-field training and reentry processing) and churches (through short-term trip training/facilitation, as well as missionary care courses).

Here you will find thoughtful discussion and helpful resources dedicated to embracing the challenge of global, cross-cultural missions in the 21st century.

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Organizations

One of the biggest hurdles in the fight against injustice is knowing who to fight alongside. When so many organizations are known for financial misconduct, false advertising, and unsustainable projects, who can you partner with? Click the link for a list of organizations that have been vetted through extensive research and, where possible, personal experience.

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Resources

So many incredible authors, speakers, and friends have been influential in this journey. If you want to learn more, the book list will be updated every month. May we continue learning forever!

 

 

 

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The blog features real-life stories, statistics, and strategies for cross-cultural missions. Each month we ask questions, we dig into the root of issues, and we share interviews with people of a variety of missional vantage points. Our hope is that you will find some of your questions answered- and that more questions will be created as a result- but mostly, that you would be encouraged that you are not alone.

 

 

 

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