PARTNERSHIP

Working Together In Missions Strategy

partnership |ˈpärtnərˌ sh ip|
noun — the state or condition of being a partner; participation; association; joint interest.

The Terra Nova Project builds partnerships with local churches, church networks, international ministries, and established missions locations in order to focus sustained, coordinated effort into the seven strategic initiative regions of the world.

The Terra Nova Project will partner with you to launch your church planters and evangelists into today's strategic mission fields.

  • Have you identified church planters and evangelists in your church? The Terra Nova Project offers modular training built by seasoned missionaries with real-world experience. All courses follow a proven live/learn model which blends classroom time with immediate application in campus life and out on the mission field.
  • Want to ensure that your church planters will be as effective as possible? We have a wide array of field placement opportunities — from a few weeks to a few years or a lifetime — that produce measurable results. Your church planters and evangelists stay connected with you while working alongside seasoned missionaries.
  • Don't have missionary candidates in your church yet? Terra Nova Project can connect you with established church planters and projects, giving your church missions program an instant-on startup.
  • Need help putting together a short term mission trip? We can do the heavy lifting of targeting and planning mission trips that accelerate long term church planting strategies.
  • Want to make sense of the torrent of world news and emerging trends? The Terra Nova Project offers global briefings and strategic worldview training seminars for your pastors and staff.

The Terra Nova Project is directed by Fred Markert and based in Colorado Springs, CO.

For more information about becoming a Terra Nova Project partner, email partnership@terranovaproject.org.

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