November 5, 2013 MeetingThe Barnabas Group The Barnabas Group
The Orange County November 5, 2013 meeting at Celebrations at Turnip Rose was a hit. If you missed it, you can read a summary in the handout below:
The Barnabas Group compiled stories from 2012 to create the Reflections on 2012 Storybook. To open the PDF, please click here.
Summary of The Barnabas Group in video created in 2010.
Celebrating 10 Years of Connecting.
After ten years from being founded, The Barnabas Group created an Anniversary Book reviewing and celebrating some of the stories throughout the previous ten years. TBG partners shared stories and helped us create our first 10 year Anniversary Book (click here).
Feel free to read through the Anniversary Book and see what great things God has done through partners of The Barnabas Group.
If you are interested in seeing first hand what The Barnabas Group is about, please contact the Managing Partner.
The benefit of attending The Barnabas Group meeting is that the following options may result:
A ministry’s first encounter with The Barnabas Group is an opportunity to for the ministry to realize they can benefit from engaging with TBG partners. A partner’s time and talent are valuable to the ministry.
To see what ministries have done and how they have benefited in the past, please visit the pages for handbooks, videos, storybooks, newsletters…
There are two categories of ministries from The Barnabas Group perspective:
If you are a potential ministry, do not overlook the great value in TBG’s partner impact. Their time, talent, skills, and network are far more valuable than money. Take the “Next Steps” to take to become an Engaged ministry.
We ask for you to take the first step of submitting basic contact information and your ministry profile. Please use the standard form at this link. Someone from our Faithworks team will contact you at a later time.
Engaged ministries are those ministries that have presented, or have not presented yet, but have met with the Faithworks team. These ministries have supplied operational information to The Barnabas Group without an audit. Engaged ministries can be tagged and sorted by as either:
An Engaged ministry has the ability to:
Partner participation through working together in The Barnabas Group is a key function to helping Christian ministries benefit. Partners are encourage to use their time, talent, network, and marketplace skills in order to grow God’s Kingdom.
Meetings, SWOT meetings, special ministry events, and dinner events create forums for partners participation and access to a selection of ministries that they are uniquely interested in.