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The Upstream Collective Podcast

By The Upstream Collective

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Description

The Upstream Podcast was created to share our rich conversations about #sendingchurch with the world. For anyone passionate about the overlap between God’s church and God’s mission, this podcast will be great food for thought.

Customer Reviews

Innovative with helpful content

Over the years I have been greatly helped by the Upstream Collective and their work helping churches sending their people out to the nations. This new podcast is another great addition to their work. I love hearing in detail from missions leaders how they are being innovative in their missions ministry. Thanks and keep the good content coming!

The hard work of establishing mission convictions

The Upstream Collective answers some of the hard questions for churches engaging in global missions. I loved the way they addressed being laser focused as a church (establishing mission convictions) on what God has led it specifically to be involved in. It's easy to get stretched too thin by saying yes to every opportunity and tapping out your resources without building deep, strategic relationships.

Classic Upstream

I have been a fan of The Upstream Collective for years because of their heart for missions and the local church. They're forward-thinking, out-of-the-box, and yet still practical, which is what seems like this podcast also promises to be. I also like how the intro episode describes the podcast as an invitation for others to be part of the ongoing conversations that Upstream has among guys like Larry, Zach, and Nathan. It's not overly produced, but I kind of like that.

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