Mission Columbus believes that effective ministry results from trusting relationships between leaders with godly character. These relationships, in turn, foster a culture which can result in strategic collaborations.
The Mission Columbus board and staff seek to incorporate these five elements into all their endeavors…
Relationships—drawing on character-rich relationships with local religious, civic, business and education leaders
Research— using field tested qualitative and quantitative research as a starting point in evaluating ministries and developing new ones
Resources—developing and/ or discovering best-practice programs and tools, which can be made available to congregations, ministries, and collaborative groups
Results—measuring outcomes from community transformation efforts
Replication—developing current and future leaders in the art of effective community ministry through discipleship programs that are intentional, character-based, and leadership-oriented