JFHP equips the nations

JFHP equips the nations

by | 23 Jun, 2017

As assembly goers attend workshops and plenaries, equipment is being delivered to JESUS Film Harvest Partners teams. Nazarenes gathering from all over the world provided an opportunity for 77 sets and hundreds of supplementary pieces of equipment to be moved to the forefront of Kingdom-building.

This is the largest amount of equipment JFHP has moved to the field at General Assembly in more than 12 years. Teams received a wide variety of equipment depending on their needs, including mini-solar sets, evangelism soccer balls, iPods, micro SD cards, JESUS film screens, and audio Bibles.

Delivering the equipment at General Assembly provides a convenient time for team members to receive additional training on the tools they are using in the field. It also allows JFHP staff to receive feedback from team members.

“It’s a great time to hear from the ones on the field doing the work about the things that are working well and the things that are not working well,” said Rusty Robbins, JFHP field services coordinator. “Their input lays the framework for how we move forward. It’s in those conversations that we get a chance to be better and ultimately segue into the next technologies.”

Equipment sets are going to teams working with broken equipment or teams transitioning from older to new equipment, which allows them to more easily get to hard-to-reach places.

Robbins said the result of these deliveries should be lasting.

“Our teams will be set for quite a while,” he said. “We think the equipment has a three- to five-year shelf life, which means this equipment will have a significant impact.”

More than 600 JESUS Film teams are serving tirelessly in 50 countries, focusing on evangelism, discipleship, and church maturation.

As assembly goers attend workshops and plenaries, equipment is being delivered to JESUS Film Harvest Partners teams. Nazarenes gathering from all over the world provided an opportunity for 77 sets and hundreds of supplementary pieces of equipment to be moved to the forefront of Kingdom-building.

This is the largest amount of equipment JFHP has moved to the field at General Assembly in more than 12 years. Teams received a wide variety of equipment depending on their needs, including mini-solar sets, evangelism soccer balls, iPods, micro SD cards, JESUS film screens, and audio Bibles.

Delivering the equipment at General Assembly provides a convenient time for team members to receive additional training on the tools they are using in the field. It also allows JFHP staff to receive feedback from team members.

“It’s a great time to hear from the ones on the field doing the work about the things that are working well and the things that are not working well,” said Rusty Robbins, JFHP field services coordinator. “Their input lays the framework for how we move forward. It’s in those conversations that we get a chance to be better and ultimately segue into the next technologies.”

Equipment sets are going to teams working with broken equipment or teams transitioning from older to new equipment, which allows them to more easily get to hard-to-reach places.

Robbins said the result of these deliveries should be lasting.

“Our teams will be set for quite a while,” he said. “We think the equipment has a three- to five-year shelf life, which means this equipment will have a significant impact.”

More than 600 JESUS Film teams are serving tirelessly in 50 countries, focusing on evangelism, discipleship, and church maturation.

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