Networking
    - People-Specific Resource Network


Guide to Network Function
The First Meeting: Preparations

Note: There are various structures successfully used for networks.  Some groups have a single facilitator who acts as a hub, while others have a steering committee or team of non-residential missionaries who keep up the momentum and facilitate information sharing.  Following is just one model from which you will hopefully find useful suggestions.

The following preparations are usually made by the facilitator and/or a steering committee.  Steering committees are a small number of committed indivduals who take responsibility for organization, oversight and leadership.

Contributors to this material include:
Phill Butler is International Director of Interdev, an organization serving the Church in accelerating fulfillment of the Great Commission through the development, formation and long-term effective operation of international partnerships for evangelism among the world's unreached people. Interdev is also the Partnership Development Track of the AD2000 and Beyond Movement.

Steve Moore previously with Kingdom Building Ministries is now Vice President of International Ministries for Emerging<> Young Leaders. In addition to developing young leaders around the world, Steve consults with local churches in the area of people group adoption and resource network formation.  Additionally, he assists churches and networks in developing people specific prayer mobilization tools such as videos and prayer guides, and provide training for survey and prayer journey teams.


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