Go therefore and make disciples of all nations
Maranatha emphasizes the importance of The Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20). We believe a great way to start performing The Great Commission is by “sending” (Acts 1:8). We send those who are being called to “go and make disciples” through building local church plants, regionally partnering here in the United States, and connecting globally by focusing on reproducible, indigenous churches in the greatest areas of need. The second way is by “going” (Ephesians 4:11-16). We have organized a five-step process that we believe works hand-in-hand to best prepare people for missions. First, cover our fellow partners with prayer. Second, broaden your knowledge on learning more about missions. This could be done through being a part of our “Perspectives” missions class. Third, serve those close to you by getting involved in local opportunities, becoming a missions liaison, or missionary care. Fourth, join one of our “Go Teams” where you will serve on a short-term missions trips. Lastly, take the “Next Steps” and connect with our missions partners through long-term residencies and internships. Taking this step-by-step process will give you the knowledge and preparation to go and serve with our missions team.