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Developing a Missions DNA

by Wayne Dinsbeer

When we think of DNA our mind quickly focuses on the chromosome makeup of our bodies. Science tells us the slightest of alterations in this chemical structure changes our physical and psychological existence in extreme ways.

Have you ever thought about the DNA (chemical makeup) of your church or mission? Some “ministry chromosomes” we may consider vital to this DNA might include Worship, Children’s Ministry, Outreach, Discipleship, just to name a few items. The inclusion of one area of ministry but the lack of another could alter the shape of ministry in your church or mission in a huge way.

The DNA column of chromosomes determines the LIFE that will exist. Comparing this to the church or missions endeavor, the components of the DNA ministry all come together to form “The Mission” of the church or mission. All things done,(Worship, Children’s ministry, Outreach, Discipleship, and more) are all about accomplishing The MISSION.

You see, Missions isn’t just about sending people overseas somewhere, it’s equally about sending our own members across the street to reach the surrounding community.

Someone said, “A Missionary is not someone who crosses the sea, but is anyone who sees the Cross”.  Every aspect of ministry in the church or mission should be viewed and treated with the realization it is All about Missions!

Here2There works with a church that came to this realization about a year ago. The Pastor cast a new vision which set the priority for Missions throughout the entire scope of ministry. They established an Acts 1:8 Vision and defined their goals, plans, and strategy to reach their Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and Uttermost (JJSU). 

Last September this congregation participated in an outreach effort to place the gospel in every home in their city. They were assigned parts of two zip codes in which the church was located. The Prayer Team led the congregation in fervent prayer for this work. Each one in their JJSU Teams came together for what they called “Saturate Saturdays in September” to prepare, train, and distribute the gospel packets. Over 75 people from all ages came out each week. 7,000+ homes were reached in their area.

Did I mention their church attendance was averaging around 100 at the time. They recognized Missions is the DNA of the church.

This week we want to develop further this concept that everything done by the church is a part of the DNA of Missions for the church or mission endeavor.

Jordan vs LeBron – It’s everyone’s game

I am not sure when it happened, but when someone did finally put a basketball in my hands, it never left. And, to make it even better, I grew up in the Jordan – Bird era of good basketball. These players, and others, made it fun to watch and inspiring to play. They had this flow to their game, to their ‘no look passes’, timing it just perfectly.

Fast forward thru Kobe and into LeBron and the game has changed. I feel like I’m watching a bunch of strangers play a game of pick up- street ball. There’s no flow, there’s no system or plan and everyone is out to show off and be the best. It’s no longer enjoyable to watch these one man shows.

For my non-basketball fans, forgive the sports analogy on teamwork. And, no spoiler alerts on “The Last Dance”, I’m waiting to binge it soon!
I look at missions the same way I look at the former basketball era. Smooth flowing plays, with everyone on the same page that lead to national championships. My dream is to see churches with this same smooth flowing system that the entire church is rallying on to the final championship game. It’s everyone’s game, it’s everyone’s win, it’s everyone’s baby!

Don’t get me wrong, LeBron is an amazing player – and off the court seems to have a huge heart – but he doesn’t play well with his team. He fails to use the others on the team to make the team look good and to make the team win, not just him. This is where I see our churches; in this new era of missions. Let the missionary do the work, forget the others in the church and we will call it a win for the whole church.

How do we move back into the team era of missions where the missionary is part of the team, not the only player on the team?

How do we unify the vision of both the church and the missionary to The Church?
How do we rally the entire church to get in the game?

These are the questions we wrestle with when we talk about being a partnership church.
-What type of church are you?
-Do you play well with your missionaries; working together to accomplish the greater – unified vision with the whole team in the game?
-Do you say you are a team but let the missionary do all the work?

A Biblical Basis for Sending

There has been a lot of discussion, possibly arguments, about the definition of a missionary. Are we all called to be missionaries or should that term be reserved only for the ones who dedicate their lives to missions? What is the role and purpose of a missionary? If we look at Paul’s example his primary purpose appeared to be planting churches. We don’t really know a whole lot about Paul’s early companion, Barnabas, as far as his role during his missionary journeys. I think we can safely assume he was involved in church planting though. If we go a bit further back in Acts to the persecution in Jerusalem we see the believers scattered in what could be called the first “sending out” of believers. Acts 8:4 says, “Those who had been scattered preached the word wherever they went.” Evangelism seemed to be their primary purpose after they escaped from Saul and the persecution. John the Baptist could easily be considered a missionary and his primary role was to pave the way for Jesus’ coming.

All throughout the Bible God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit send people out many times and their purposes vary in many ways. That is the message that the church needs to hear. We get too caught up, sometimes, in defining things that we miss the point of it all together. When I look back and think of all of the missionaries that I know of it seems like almost all of them, if not all, were there to plant a church, preach the Gospel and minister to the people in that community. In order to do that, you had to be well qualified as a pastor and have “The Call” to missions. If we only allow those people to be missionaries that leaves like 90% at least of the rest of us on the bench and God clearly doesn’t want any of us sitting on the bench just watching the game.

Ephesians 4:11-12 says, “So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers,  to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up…” So here we see five specific roles or gifts that Jesus gives to people in the church in order to one thing: prepare the church for works of service in order to build up the church. The part of this that I’d like to focus on is the “works of service” part of the plan.

I believe there are two very important aspects to the works of service that the church is supposed to be equipping us for. The first is that certain people are gifted these abilities to equip the rest of the body and we as the church should be focusing more of our attention on ways to equip those that are in the congregation for works of service. What are “works of service”? I believe that the Jews at that time would have understood that to mean service to the Kingdom of God. And now the church, being built up, can become that beacon of light that shines on the whole earth the Glory of God; and in order to accomplish that the church must be sending people out into the earth.

How are the people in your church being equipped for works of service?

In what ways is your church focused on sending people out to share the gospel?

Here2There loves to see churches focused and sending people out strategically. If you would like more information on accomplishing that with your church don’t hesitate to reach out to us on the network or at

Naked in Asia – our need for Missionary Care

Recently on a trip to Southeast Asia, I was having a conversation with a local evangelist there about the persecution they have been experiencing. And he began to tell me about a call he received about a recent family of new believers. The family had been pulled out of their home, stripped down naked and were being forced to walk throughout the community. Naked.

At first I felt embarrassment for them to have to be so exposed to people who at one point were probably close friends of theirs.

I then felt angry that people would respond in this way, when the families decision has nothing to do with them.

Then, I was confused because most of the time when we hear about persecution, it is surrounded by death and physical punishment and abuse. Not necessarily embarrassment like this.

I asked my friend if he was able to help them or what happened. He said, “I joined them. I drove to the village, stripped down naked and walked with them.” And then he used a verse I’ve heard many times but not in this context. 

“Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell.” -Matt 10:28

We continued talking about how he had an opportunity to love on this family in a new way and how he got to share sacrifices we as believers often have to make. He got to care for them in unexpected ways and encourage them to continue to be bold and strong and follow in their faith and not turn away from it.

Imagine giving up just about everything to go serve a people that you love, have a burden for, and want to see honoring God. Now, imagine that same group of people abusing you emotionally, spiritually and mentally. People you have a burden for, people you have a passion to reach, people you love.

  • Betrayal
  • Confusion
  • Scars
  • Embarrassment
  • Hurt
  • Wondering what’s coming next
  • Scared
  • Explain this to your kids

The stories are never ending of the ways that believers are treated around the world.

Our missionaries walk into these situations. They see and experience things like this on a normal basis. They try and help others who have been hurt this way. They have to explain to the kids why there are so many idols in the country where they live….

This conversation plays over and over in my head. I ask myself how I would respond, how I would feel, how I would recover.

How can you expect your missionaries an ministry partners to go through transitions and times like these and walk away and be the same, not be traumatized, be normal…???

They aren’t always so drastic like this one…

  • Mom in need of home school help
  • Father dealing with kids who are being kids
  • Pastor who needs someone to feed into him
  • Wife who needs creative ideas for a date night
  • Team leader who needs a safe place to vent 
  • Mental preparation for a new phase of ministry
  • Kids adjusting to new life and new culture

No matter how big or how small the issue may seem, the need for connection and care from our church families back home is imperative.

What does Missionary Care look like in your church right now?

How Vision Drives Strategy

Vision Defined:

One of the most important ingredients in the life of a Church or Mission is Vision. Simply put, it is what God has put in the Pastor/ Missionary/ Leader’s heart for the work He has called them to lead. It is the “Big Picture” of what ministry could and should look like when Goals, Direction, Purpose, and Plans are put in place, fully developed, and implemented.

It is like the architect’s rendering of a building showing what it will look like after the construction takes place.  Vision shows the picture of what Could and Should be as God gives the leader His will for that work.

Just like the rendering, Vision is just the “Picture” not the plans. A set of plans to build out what the architect draws often takes page after page of detailed drawings and instructions to be followed by construction workers to accomplish the building visioned by the rendering.

Likewise, it will take a great deal of planning and strategy development to come up with a MAP (Ministry Action Plan) to be used in the accomplishment of the Vision for the ministry. This falls into the category of “Mission” – how the vision will be accomplished.

Vision Birthed:

Before an architect or artist can draw or paint the picture on the canvas, they must first see it in their mind’s eye. The print does not just jump onto the paper or canvas on it’s own. The same is with Vision. The leader must first see it in their heart before they can bring it to reality. 

This is not a difficult concept to grasp. We employ it in any walks of life. A coach sees his team having the ability to win the game or conference title and lays out their “Game Plan” to victory. A business person envisions their company’s success and sees the results and steps needing to be taken to accomplish this success.

So it is with the ministry leader. God puts in his heart a picture of what and how ministry could and should be. The leader ponders and meditates on what God has placed in his heart. He or she may share that with a few others asking them to pray with him about this direction. A Vision for the success of the ministry and work is birthed as a result and then used to develop a MAP to proceed and implement.

Vision Impact:

Most Christ Followers are familiar with the scripture in Proverbs 29:18 which declares the impact a lack of vision has on others – they perish. Maintaining a thriving business or ministry is difficult and probably impossible without a Clear Vision being cast and developed into a Mission plan of action for all engaged to follow. I am not discounting the ability of God to intervene in His divine way. I am just saying without the leader having a defined vision which leads to a developed strategy, which impacts the function and work of everyone involved – it is highly likely all will be completely frustrated by the process and lack of goals and objectives to be attained.

Yet, in many churches, missions, and ministries this is what we see. There is no clear vision being shared which defines paths and plans to be followed by staff, members, and others. The result is a total lack of a developed strategy and ministry plan and negative consequences rather than blessings.

Vision Cast:

We have noted the results of a lack of Vision. Things change when the leader does capture God’s desire for His ministry and work in that place. Now he is able to share this with staff and others who join him in bringing this Vision to pass. Now there is a clearly defined path that is the main consideration for Strategy Development. Now there can be a MAP developed and plans put in place to accomplish the Vision.

Once Vision leads to the development of strategy things begin to happen. What it will take to accomplish the vision can be assessed. Starting with where you are at present, and comparing that with where the Vision leads you, steps can be determined and ordered to embark on the path to painting that picture.

Strategy Development:

As mentioned at the start, Vision drives the development of Strategy and Ministry results. Once cast, Vision begins to shape a working strategy which includes:

  • Personnel required (Paid or Volunteer)
    • The Recruiting and Training of the personnel
  • A determination of “Next Steps” and the order and schedule to be taken
  • Resources required which includes budget, facilities, as well as personnel
  • A Plan for Vision Sharing and Buy In
  • A means for Measuring Progress
  • A plan for Mobilizing needed people
  • An Implementation Plan

Within each of these bullet points can be an entire set of developed points to make these happen.

An Acts 1:8 Vision & Strategy:

We often ask ministry leaders about their vision and hear a response that is very vague like, “ we want to reach a lot of people for the Lord”. That is certainly the point of all ministry, but leaders need to cast a more specific and defined vision which addresses:

  • Who will we reach?
  • Where will we reach them?
  • How will we reach them?
  • Who will do the work to reach others?
  • How will this be a part of our Vision Strategy?
  • What resources will it take to reach others?

All these things need to be considered in the development of Vision & Strategy.

In Acts 1:8 there are four clearly defined areas which it speaks to for Vision and Strategy development. At Here2There we refer to it as your JJSU – Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and Uttermost. This is a great verse to use as a guide for making sure all ministry areas are covered.

Have you ever thought about your vision and strategy in light of your JJSU? To do so you must first define what these areas are for your ministry. As an example one church with which we work defined their JJSU as follows:

  • Jerusalem is the congregation which needs to be fed and edified
  • Judea is the surrounding community they seek to reach
  • Samaria is anyone in emergency life status – homeless, jobless, etc.
  • Uttermost is the Foreign Missions Outreach 

Here are the steps which followed after this church took this Vision step:

  • In creating these defined parts of their Vision the Pastor was able to cast some more specific ministry goals to impact these areas. 
  • Strategy for each of these vision areas was established beginning with the selection of Leaders for each area. 
  • The Pastor shared his Vision Plan with the congregation asking each one to pray about becoming a part of one of these Vision Teams
  • These Vision Teams meet monthly to discuss ways to accomplish the Vision for their area.
  • Members of each team share how God is working as ministry is accomplished 
  • The Pastor has been able to maintain his Vision Casting with each of these Vision Leaders and Members of these Vision Teams 

Since addressing Vision and Strategy in this way, this church has renewed excitement as they pray, plan, participate, and celebrate what God is doing in their midst.

It started with the development of a Clearly Defined Vision.

Vision Engagement:

Consider the following questions regarding your Churches, Missions, and Ministry’s Vision and Strategy for accomplishing it.

  1. What is the Vision of your work?
  1. How does Vision impact the Ministry Strategy in your work?
  1. How is Vision & Strategy Shared in your work?

Partnerships, Have You Considered Them?

I was much older than most by the time I met my husband, Bryan. I had been in full-time ministry for nearly 10 years and was perfectly fine doing it ‘on my own’. Sure, I had my days where having a partner seemed like a nice idea, but this is what I had. Here2There was well on it’s way to being established, we were making plans, we were serving churches and missionaries and working on our vision and goals. Well, along came Bryan.  It was the best-worst thing ever. I was truly enjoying having this new relationship in my life, but it was literally ruining everything about my current plans and situation in ministry. I can remember leaving Bryan’s house one night and he handed me a paper bag for my mental hyperventilation I had going on. At the time I was so stuck on my plans, my vision, my ways that I didn’t have room in my life for anything new that didn’t fit that perfect mental mold I had.

FAST FORWARD – We have been married for over 6 years and I am so glad that God has other plans, and was persistent to help me see His goodness in this relationship. Here2There just celebrated 10 years of ministry and Bryan has been a huge and important part of the work. Bryan’s presence has added to our vision and filled in holes of need just to start. For me personally, I am learning to be gentle in my responses, see life with a new perspective and be genuine in my relationships.


Yes, I would have been fine on the previous path I was traveling. But, my journey improved, my opportunities increased, my love expanded because of my new partnership with Bryan. Something I hadn’t really considered became a huge blessing to me and asset to our ministry and team.

Partnership is kinda the same way.

We have a good path and plan that we are one with the way we look at and do missions in our churches. Yet, if we considered what this new idea and concept was it could expand our capacity to care, prepare and send like we never thought or imagined.

Ephesians 3:20 is ‘our’ verse for our marriage. “Now to Him who is able to do above and beyond all that we ask or think according to the power that works in us.” It was the best change of plans I’ve experience outside of salvation.

Throughout Paul’s writings (Philippians 4, Ephesians 4) there is the ongoing theme of ‘togetherness’ of ‘teamwork’ of ‘sharing’ and ‘exchange’. He exemplifies the quintessential partnership style for the church. Doing it together, sharing our team members and gifts, stepping up in times of need and challenging the church to live out it’s true purpose.

We want to hear from you, comment below. Have you truly considered if you have partnerships in your church and what would happen if you initiated them?

Everything starts with prayer. So, spend time reading through Acts and the Epistles, examining your style of missions partnership with what you are reading. Ask God to clearly give you a vision for your church’s mission vision and focus.

What does a Missionary Do Now and How Can The Church Help?

“Paul and Barnabas stayed in Antioch. They and many others taught and preached the word of the Lord there.” -Acts 15:35

When talking about Paula and Barnabas it is easy to just focus on their journeys taking the gospel to many new places and planting churches all over the known world. Their is so much to focus on in Paul’s letters to those churches and his trials and hardships that it is easy to miss out on what was likely a very important part of Paul’s ministry as well but is really only mentioned in this one verse. After Their first missionary journey Paula and Barnabas stayed in Antioch teaching and preaching.

We don’t get much context here as what their reception was like or exactly how they were apart of the church in Antioch outside of preaching and teaching but I think we can infer that they were very much welcomed back in and were able to use their experiences and stories from their time traveling to encourage the church and teach and train the believers.

Looking at maps of Paul’s missionary journeys we see that after the first two he returned back to his sending church in Antioch and the church benefited from him being there and I’m sure he also benefited from being able to encourage and build up that church.

As we look around today, so many missionaries have had to return back to their passport countries due to COVID-19. What an incredible opportunity for the church to incorporate their missionaries into what you’re doing to encourage and build up the church. We know of a church that recently gave a missionary who was on furlough a Wednesday night class to teach how they share the gospel where they serve and how that can be done in America as well. That church and missionary are also excited at the possibility of doing college-age ministry together during the pandemic time if their schedules work out.

So often, because the church and missionary are viewed as separate entities, we have such a difficult time joining the two when we’re together. This can be a very difficult time for a missionary who is unable to do the thing that God has called them to do in the place where God has called them to be because they can’t be there.

So here are two questions:

First, for the missionaries, how will you make yourself available to your church(es)? Obviously, if you’re supported by many churches that are spread out across states it is impossible to serve them all. Do you have a home/sending church or a major support/partner church that you could invest in while you’re there?

Second, for the churches, do you have a missionary that is close that you can utilize, share ministry with, connect with while they’re here? Don’t just see them as a missionary but see them as a brother, sister, or friend. How can you provide for them while their world is upside down? How can they help further you vision? Can they teach and/or train people in ministry?

These are just some of the things to think about right now. It all starts by having a conversation and finding ways to be mutually beneficial to each other. Find out how you can become ONE and how to work together to advance God’s kingdom.

Here2There’s mission is to close the gap between churches and missionaries. If you need help coming up with ideas on how to make your missionaries a part of your church instead of a mission you support contact us, we love talking about this.

Coronavirus Is Here but We’re Still Working

Even as Covid-19 has the world at a standstill in many places and just crawling forward in others, Here2There Ministries is stil hard at work serving and preparing the church to think missionally. Since April we have been very active online creating many resources and videos to keep The Church engaged.

Go to our youtube channel to check out some of the great videos and conversations we’ve had lately.

An Empty Ocean and the 10 Things We Must Remember About Grief

Walking alone at a park, a friend of mine saw a woman busily walking towards her, dictating something into her phone. The woman looked earnest and concentrated.

She came closer and closer, and as her words became more distinct, my socially-distancing friend heard these slow, simple words:

“Sadness is an ocean with nothing in it. Period.”

Oh how I want to know that woman’s story. I recently googled those words and came up empty; apparently, she hasn’t published them yet. In any case, I’m guessing you resonate with her sentiment.

Thank you so much to the Trotter’s for sharing this special piece about grief and what it can look like and the different ways it can show up in our lives. For the rest of this blog by Jonathan Trotter click here.

Combating the Virus With Love and Intentionality

It seems hard to believe that seven months into 2020 we are still dealing with this worldwide killer called “Covid 19”. Each news broadcast is focused on numbers which are staggering to think about. Our last blog dealt with ways to minister during and following this pandemic with suggestions for actions which focused efforts on the church using the tools God has provided in the most efficient and impactful ways to accomplish ministry goals.

Though Covid remains the topic on most minds, let me draw your attention to two other viruses with which our nation and the world is facing – Racial Tension and Spiritual Decay. The first is certainly spoken of in the news more than the second, but the second has both present and eternal impacts on lives greater than the first.

Let’s deal with the Racial Tension first with an example I witnessed and was a part of recently. My Dad and I have breakfast twice a week to talk about all sorts of things. He is 91 and still very active and sharp mentally. This week we were dining at a restaurant neither of us had been to before to accommodate a vehicle repair appointment I had near this cafe. Sitting at a table nearby was an African American family of senior adult age having breakfast with their adult daughter.

 My Dad, as he often does, asked if he could pay for their breakfast, to which they responded with such joy and expression of the blessing this would be to them. They told us they had just come from a local cancer center where the Mom had rung the bell signifying she had taken her last chemo treatment. They were rejoicing over that and God had allowed us to be a part of this celebration.

I went over to them and we all prayed together thanking God for His mercy, power, and grace. They expressed they were believers and we all praised our Lord for His saving grace. We talked about the fact that we are Brothers and Sisters in Christ and His love transcends all matters.

Scripture tells us a lot about this matter of LOVE in our lives. This was my Dad’s way of expressing his and God’s love for these people. Christ said in Matthew 22 that Loving God and Loving our Neighbor are the two greatest commandments. Paul tells us that Love never fails in I Corinthians 13. In John 13 Jesus admonishes His disciples to love one another. John tells us in I John that Love is of God. Jesus’ teaching about loving our enemies in Matthew 5 is certainly a reversal of how we usually treat them.

You get the picture here. The answer to the Racial Tensions being so divisive in our world and nation is the Love of God being shared with others of All races alike. We the Believers are the vehicle God has instructed and appointed to do this. It’s not just a “Church” proclamation. It is every Christ Followers mandate. There is ample evidence in scripture and in life to support the power which acts of love and kindness can have on others. The question becomes, can others tell we are Christ’s Disciples by our love? How can you show God’s love to those within your sphere of contact? Like Nike says, “Just Do It”. You will be amazed how far love will take you in your work of caring for others.

The second virus of which we spoke is that of a Spiritual Decay and decline we see all around us. Of much greater eternal consequence than Covid, yet it is not treated like the condemning pandemic it truly is in lives today.

When Christ gave instructions for the proclamation of the Gospel in Matthew 28, He was not making a mere suggestion. He was giving us a clear Commission – a Great Commission to Go, Teach , Baptize, and Make Disciples. When I was a boy, any time my parents would tell me to do something it was not done with the thought of “if I feel like doing it” in their minds.  Any lack of immediate response with obedience on my part was met with a quick and usually painful course correction for me from my Mother or Father. 

To bring about evangelism in our world will take complete obedience to the Great Commission given us by Christ. That may take on various methods and means, but certainly it must be INTENTIONAL on our part.

I have a friend  who is an African American Attorney. He is a graduate of the University of Florida both undergrad and Law School. When not working he wears an LSU, purple and gold jersey for a unique purpose, which he had shared with me the first time I saw him wear it knowing he was a Florida grad.

 I was with him at a local ice cream shop, standing in line outside waiting to be served. A gentleman came up to him and commented on his LSU jersey to which he immediately replied with his very INTENTIONAL plan for sharing the gospel. 

In a matter of minutes he had told the man that he was a graduate of Florida, but wears the LSU colors because it gives him greater opportunity to tell others about the Love of God. Without delay or hesitation he took the man through the plan of salvation, to which this man replied that he was a Christ Follower, but what an awesome purpose and way of sharing the gospel. My friend is a big guy with an attorney’s voice, so a lot of people heard the plan of salvation at this ice cream shop. He was very intentional  in his response and reaction to this man’s comments about his LSU jersey. That is his way of being intentional for sharing the gospel.

Overcoming the Spiritual Decay plaguing us worldwide starts with Christ Followers being Intentional about sharing their faith with others. You don’t have to have a fancy, long narrative about religion. The most effective testimony and witness is what God has done in your life. At Pentecost in Acts 2:11 those empowered to be witnesses were telling others of the wondrous works of Jesus which they had seen and experienced. These works had changed their life forever.

The world doesn’t need a bunch of theology they don’t understand. They need to hear how a Savior changed your life and can change theirs. They need to hear about God’s love, mercy, forgiveness, and New LIfe! The work of Christ Followers is to Be INTENTIONAL with our witness. 

   You might be questioning what these things have to do with Here2There Ministries. Simply, this is why we exist. To help individuals, churches, and missionaries become more effective in accomplishing the Great Commission in their lives and ministries. 

  • Our work focuses on Prayer Development which leads to the establishing of an 
  • Acts 1:8 Vision for defining your JJSU (Jerusalem,Judea,Samaria,Uttermost) &
  • Creating a MAP (Mission Action Plan) to reach your JJSU by
  • Training and Mobilizing members to Serve Others. 

To discover more about the work of Here2There contact us at for more information about who we are and what we do. We want to work with YOU.

By Wayne A. Dinsbeer, Church Partnership Lead