We help churches fulfill their God-given mission and increase their Kingdom impact.

Mission Increase Partners with Local Churches

When Mission Increase equips nonprofit ministries toward health, we’re also serving local congregations. Through our Church Engagement Initiative, our goal is to help local congregations and nonprofit ministries have a higher view of each other so that they can work more deeply together to equip God’s people to transform the world.

Collective Impact

As faith-based organizations prosper, more people are helped and reached in communities. Churches are called to have influence in their community. A partnership with Mission Increase means that a church increases its influence and leverage amongst nonprofit ministries.

Disciplemaking Platform

Healthier nonprofits provide healthy platforms for church members to grow/develop/mature/serve in their calling and disciple-making. Mission Increase helps churches and nonprofits work better together to equip God’s people to reach the lost.

Fueling Generosity

Partnering with Mission Increase shows the church as generous and open-handed. Mission Increase helps churches and nonprofits have a higher view of each other, understand each other better, and work better together. This results in a two-fold benefit: reaching the lost for Christ AND discipling individual Christians.

What Our Church Partners Say:

Transformational Living

The Bible states in I Corinthians 3:9, “For we are God’s fellow workers.  You are God’s field, God’s building.”  

There is a genuine felt need to shepherd people of means who are often times isolated by their wealth.  This Transformational Living series is highly relational, built on trust, and built from the word of God.  This four-part series is wholistic, unique, and inclusive.

Transformational Living is intended to inspire, encourage, and bless people. This maximizes their role with humanity, as transformers for Jesus, for the kingdom of God and all to the glory of God.
Churches and faith-based nonprofits – congregations and ministries – need each other now more than ever. In both the executive summary and the full version, Scott Harris and Amy Sherman make the case for mutual respect, meaningful partnerships and deep collaboration for the flourishing of congregations, ministries, God’s people and the communities they serve.
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Collaborating for Kingdom Impact

Community leader, Nick Nye, joins Wally Martinson, Scott Harris, and Tracy Nordyke to talk about healthy collaboration between nonprofits and local churches.

Community Transformation Flywheel

Great things happen when churches and nonprofits work together to equip God’s people to impact their communities. This four-fold dynamic is captured the Disciplemaking Flywheel. Partnerships can be wonderful, mutually beneficial, draining, frustrating, catalytic, fuzzy, painful and fruitful. When churches and nonprofits go deep with each other, they jointly empower Christians – many of whom are simultaneously committed members of the congregations and supporters of the ministry – to make disciples on the frontlines.

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The Parish Model of Ministry

The atheist owner of the local pizza restaurant. The Muslim insurance adjuster down the street. The agnostic mayor of your town. The High School soccer coach who grew up Methodist, but isn’t so sure what to believe these days. What if you were their minister? Churches across the country are

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Ready to take the next step in wholistically transforming your community?

Contact our Church Engagement team today to learn more about the benefits of a partnership with Mission Increase.