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International Business as Mission Training (IBAM) Heading into Second Year in Thailand by Mats Tunehag

I have worked globally on specific Business as Mission (BAM) issues and applications over the past ten plus years, I have witnessed great strides and consistency gained with regards to the definition and acceptance of BAM. However, there are a few things that still stand out as major needs to further the cause of the BAM movement globally. Among them is a greater depth and investment in training.

Some crucial issues pertaining to training are: Vision impartation, Concept clarification, Practical implications, Business applications and Mentoring.

These are important issues for three major constituencies in the BAM Movement: Businesses, Churches and Mission Agencies.

The 6-week Introduction to Business As Mission Course, running from 24th January to 7th March, 2009 in Chiang Mai, Thailand, provides training in the above areas and is closely linked to various key movers and shakers in the BAM Movement globally.

The BAM Resource Team, which will soon relocate to Thailand from the UK, has been one of the pioneers of the global BAM movement. They have also served professionally and strategically as a catalyst and a facilitator of the growing BAM movement, including the Lausanne context. It is a continuous joy to work with them and I strongly believe that the BAM training they provide will be another important contribution to the BAM movement.

Your support and help to spread the word and find key players who are ready to attend the course and further pioneer Business As Mission is essential.

NEXT DATES: The Business as Mission Team will be offering the 6-week training iBAM course next year, from 24th January to 7th March, 2009 in Chiang Mai, Thailand. If you would like to recommend someone or encourage someone to look into participating, or have any questions in general about the iBAM training, please contact us at bamtraining@oval.com.

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posted by Justin Forman | 10.12.2008 - 8:28 AM

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