Mission Statement: We exist to educate and empower Christ followers to share the gospel through intentional discipleship.
Our Vision: To provide leadership skills to individuals who want to see the gospel spread throughout the world.
Our Goal: To make 1 Million Disciples by 2035.
Evangelism and Discipleship
Live Missions sees value in training the next generation to become fishers of men. We are committed to teaching all of our participants the essentials of the Christian faith and how to share it. Our goal is for individuals to become well-equipped and prepared to share the gospel with every tongue, tribe, and nation. They will have the opportunity to be trained in evangelism and equipped to share testimony. Each member will have an opportunity to be discipled before, during, and after each trip. They will have the opportunity to have an accountability partner that will challenge them to obtain the goals that are needed and desired. During this training period, the team will spend time in the word and doing devotionals. This will allow team members to enhance their relationship with the Lord, as well as open up about past experiences and share their view of scripture.
We want to see the next generation become men and women who see themselves as leaders for the Kingdom of God. Our participants will receive on-field training that will transform the way they look at the people around them and how they approach everyday life. We want to equip each person with strong leadership skills and give them the opportunity to demonstrate those skills. It is vital for a Christ-follower to understand that God created them to be a leader. During this training, team members will be taught what leadership looks like and why we as Christians should pursue leadership roles.
When our teams come back home, their trip is not over. We want missions to constantly be on their minds; we want them constantly asking the Lord where they can serve. Our teams will go out into their own community and share the Gospel with people in their own home town. This is important because it gives them an understanding that there are many lost people right where they are, as well as other places around the world. We want this to be a church-wide community outreach that will have an impact on their surrounding areas. This approach will involve the people in your church, as well as the team that goes on the short-term trip. The one area that is most overlooked on a short-term trip is the debriefing upon coming back home. We want this to be a strong area of our ministry, really allow the church to see that the mission field is not too far from where they live.