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The Mission Academy

Mission AcadeHopeRevolutionWe are the missimies are a chance for youth groups to work through what mission is and what it looks like in the lives of local young people. But Mission Academies do more than think through mission theory. These ‘learning communities’ run over two years and allow young people to gain new confidence reaching out to their friends, school-mates and community with the love of Jesus. Together they dream, plan and put mission into practice, learning effective and relevant ways to share hope with others, using both words and actions.

HOPE Revolution’s vision is to see a generation of young people raised up as leaders with the mindset that means word and action mission is a natural part of daily life. Mission Academies are the catalyst to release thousands of young people to pioneer mission projects to share Jesus with the world around them.

Regional Mission Academies have been launched across the country allowing young people to grow together, developing a lifestyle of mission. Mission Academy facilitators’ training days, have been led by Phil Timson (HOPE Youth Director) and Rachel Jordan (National Missions and Evangelism Advisor for the Church of England). The training is provided free to facilitators by the Fred Grace Trust as well as many key partners, such as YFC, Soul Survivor, Scripture Union, Uryouth on streetban Saints, and the Message Trust.

HOPE Revolution is working with Youth for Christ centres, Scripture Union trusts, Urban Saints mission hubs, regional youth ministries and, of course, youth workers from across all denominations and backgrounds. The goal is to see young people released into pioneering, effective mission, daring to get uncomfortable for Jesus and to be agents of change in their communities. For more information visit the HOPE Revolution Website or download the Mission Academy Facilitators’ Information Pack (.pdf)

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