Who Writes Missions Catalyst?

News Briefs – Pat Noble has been the “news sleuth” for the Missions Catalyst since 2004. In addition to churning out the news, she is working to create a SWARM (Serving World A Regional Mobilizers) in Northern New York using the NorthernChristian.org website. She is the mission leader in her local church, and an avid reader and follower of world news. Producing the Missions Catalyst News Briefs twice a month is probably the biggest job in keeping our magazine going, so we appreciate Pat’s hard work.

Learn more about Pat here.

Practical Mobilization Shane Bennett served with Caleb Project from 1987 to 2007. He co-authored a training manual for ethnographic research called Exploring the Land – Discovering Ways for Unreached People to Follow Christ. Shane now speaks and writes for Frontiers, works on catalyzing church-planting movements among Muslims in Europe and is developing collaborative funding efforts for strategic workers. He and his wife, Ann, have five kids who attend five different schools and universities. They live and work in the mountains of southern Colorado. Shane’s articles are some of the most popular in Missions Catalyst; we’re glad to have him around.

Learn more about Shane here.

Managing Editor Marti Wade served (as Marti Smith) with Caleb Project from 1995 to 2007 before making the switch to Pioneers. Through Her Eyes, Marti’s book about the lives of missionary women in the Muslim world, was published June 2005 by Authentic Media. In 2012 she married Chris Wade and the two currently live in Columbia, South Carolina.  When she’s not busy keeping Catalyst moving ahead, she works with Pioneers’ Communications Team and does some teaching and training.

Learn more about Marti here.

Our staff members are always on the lookout for stories, resources and ideas that should be covered in Missions Catalyst. If you find something you think ought to be included, please let us know!

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