The Foundation for Missions has a new category of personnel called “Ambassadors.” This is to facilitate the growing number of Christian leaders who are capable of traveling, recruiting, managing and promoting mission using the Foundation for Missions as their administrative platform.
Typically, there have been two distinct dimensions of missions: home and abroad. Missions has been organized so that the church would send someone to the “mission field” to learn the language and culture, preach the gospel, plant churches, and work in numerous benevolent programs. Those Christians that did not “go” could be involved in a short-term mission trip, but their primary role was supportive in nature. Their job description was that of praying, supporting, enabling, equipping or even training. But these two roles were always kept separated and autonomous.
We are experiencing a new wave of missions that is being carried out as an advance of the short-term mission wave that the church has experienced over the last 40 years. It is a wave of Christians who have the “calling,” time and resources to spend part of their year in a foreign country and part of it at home. They can travel freely back and forth, communicate daily over the internet, promote aggressively in their community and achieve significant projects (ministries, programs, etc.) in the field. These “Ambassadors” (see Acts 1:8) are a new type of missionary personnel that are increasing throughout the world.
The Foundation for Missions has a virtual office on the internet and through our website in order to facilitate administration, accounting, mission team and ministry tools, information, communication, synchronization and accountability for the Ambassador program.
For more information about the Ambassador Program, please contact us:
- at our office number: 407-730-3364 and speak to Steve Beam
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with:
- your name
- best contact details and
- where and how you feel called to serve as an Ambassador.
We will get back to you as soon as possible…Thank you for your interest in Missions!