Mission at the heart of the church, the church at the heart of mission

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Resourcing churches for world mission

Global Connections is a growing network of over 300 UK churches and agencies with a passion for mission. Drawing on this wealth of experience, together we seek to inspire churches to be engaged in mission both in the UK and overseas. Whatever you are looking for - inspiring articles, good practice guidelines, prayer information - you will find a wealth of material and links to others.

Resourcing churches

Inspiring mission videos

This is Our Story: The Philippines
A small group of churches in the Philippines is determined to be part of the Great Commission; whatever it takes - 5mins 45secs
This is Our Story: El Salvador
Members of a church in El Salvador share how the church has become practically involved in mission - 5mins 28secs
North Korean testimony
An 18 year old Christian from North Korea sharing her testimony at the Lausanne Congress at Cape Town in 2010 - 8mins 41secs
Dried Up, Drowned out
Looking at the impact of changing climate on the lives of people in East Africa - 5mins 30secs
Tears of the Saints
Promoting mission to unreached people around the world, with a particular focus on Asia - 6mins 33secs

Recent articles

The 2013-14 student team reflect on their year at Riverside Performing Arts
Hannah James reflects on a life-changing year in Kolkata with BMS
Rick and Andrea Posters explain how their skills were adapted and used in support of SAT-7’s unique ministry of ‘making God’s love visible to those in the Middle East and North Africa’.
A group of 12 from Above Bar Church in Southampton visited Spain to work alongside other short-termers supporting a European Christian Mission church plant.
Article by Jeff Fountain for Lausanne Movement.

Latest prayer points

United Kingdom
Christmas for the Christian Unions: As the Christian Unions begin a busy term of outreach events and all of the evangelistic opportunities that Christmas brings, please pray that the Lord’s hand will be over all that they do and that through the Christian Unions, many would hear the good news of the gospel. Pray for students to be bold and courageous as they speak words of truth into the lives of their friends and coursemates. Pray too for the staff workers who support and encourage them.  (UCCF - November 2015)
Tropical medicine: As a medical doctor specialising in international health and tropical medicine, Jaap Bezemer, with his wife, Linda, and their four children, is working with Latin Link for the Ministry of Health and has been placed in Shell, a jungle town in Ecuador only accessible by plane. Jaap’s health clinics provide opportunities to share his faith with oil workers and local tribes people alike. Meanwhile, by being involved in the local school and church, the Bezemers are modelling being family in a local community where many households are broken. Pray for open doors for the Bezemer family, and boldness to take the opportunities placed before them, as they reach out to local people, especially to the Achuar tribe. (Latin Link - November 2015)
South Sudan
Healing workshops: Pray for the work of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan (ECSS) as they travel throughout South Sudan carrying out workshops on healing and reconciliation. Pray that this work would be effective and bear fruit and that many would receive the comfort, strength and healing in this war torn country.  (Mission Aviation Fellowship UK - November 2015)
Workshops for women: In August OM team members organised a tea party for about 25 women in Córdoba, Argentina, struggling with daily problems of domestic violence and poverty. The team presented the workshop 'Relationships in the centre of God's will'. "We gave them practical tips on how to improve their relationships," shared Andrea. "But we also talked about the importance of continuing to be part of God's family." Several women commented on how the workshop had helped and encouraged them. Pray for the women and for more families to be reached with the gospel. (Operation Mobilisation - November 2015)