HOPE Network values kingdom collaboration. By collaboration we mean sharing people, resources, and/or ideas for equipping others to more fully live God’s rule in the church and the world. We are grateful for the variety of ministries, organizations, and schools that make Christ and God’s mission central to their existence.
Here are several organizations we often collaborate with and would highly recommend:
IMP helps churches through seasons of transition … to transition so effectively that those churches are transformed. They believe that the transition to a new pulpit minister marks one of the most important and significant seasons in the life of a church, and they help the church embrace and take advantage of the interim time by asking important questions and helping the church rethink the call of God on their communal life and ministry.
Hope Network Partners Tim Woodroof, Mark Frost, Greg Anderson, Phil Ware and Doug Peters, and IMP Associates Rubel Shelly, Bruce Black, and Bret Testerman serve as the ministers for Interim Ministry Partners.
Growing Love Network, founded and directed by Hope Network Ministries Partner Jon Anderson, exists to help struggling and/or failing marriages through weekly classes, seminars, retreats, and professional counseling.
Eleven:28, founded and directed by Hope Network Partner Rhesa Higgins, exists to offer spiritual vitality to all who serve in the Kingdom of God. It is a safe place to ask questions, explore who God is, and deepen your experience of God.
This organization provides churches and non-profits with guidance and assistance with capital campaigns. Hope Network Ministries Partner Jason Thompson is a Senior Consultant for the Carpenter’s Plan.
This branch of ACU serves churches and church leaders in a variety of ways including: ElderLink, MinistryLink, Ministers Salary Survey, Interim Ministry, and periodic updates about services, resources and events for church leaders.
Missions Resource Network provides churches with missions expertise, counsel, strategic planning, information, mission team preparation, missionary care services, and global vision to help churches do their job even more effectively.
The three major tasks of Mission Alive are to recruit and equip church planters, provide church planter support, and partner with churches to plant churches.
This website, authored by Hope Network Ministries Partner Dr. Carlus Gupton, provides substantive resources that help church leaders live and lead more effectively.