Partnership with Mission Seek

From July 1 2016 Missions Interlink is permanently managing the Mission Matching Service originally  established by Second Wind Network. There are two portals, one on the MI website and the original one on this SWN website, which will continue to operate for a time. Partnership will allow you access to people through both sites; people of all ages will be able to access the MMS – from the niche SWN site and from the more general MI site.

How does Missions Interlink do this?

  1. Through the on-line Mission Matching software program now called Mission Seek
  2. Through promotion of Mission Seek at conferences etc where MI has a presence
  3. By listing Top Needs of partner agencies
  4. By providing web based information

How can an Agency participate in this initiative?

By partnering with Missions Interlink in Mission Seek.

For details about becoming an agency partner with  Mission Seek please go to the MI website and download any of the Partnership Packages.  Each package document includes an Application Form.

If you wish to enquire about becoming a Partner with Mission Seek, please email the Mission Seek Administrator using the form below.

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[Mission Seek Partnership Enquiry]

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The Mission Matching Service (now called Mission Seek) continues to provide an initial interface between enquirers and agencies where enquirers can easily investigate a wide range of mission opportunities. Together with the associated Top Needs and Teams pages, where Partners can list some of their opportunities, people who are serious about mission but uncertain about a destination or ministry opportunities can explore their options because information from many diverse agencies is available in one place to help them make decisions. These enquirers are strongly encouraged to enter their “personal profile” using the Mission Matching Service and check out the resulting “matches” with Partner Agencies. These profiles are basically expressions of interest as candidates.

The Mission Matching Service is based on software developed by the Finishers Project (USA) and has been completely Australianised. If you would like to view the way it works, you can look at the various partner Manuals.

Visit the  Top Needs and Short term Team sections to see how this works.

If you decide to become a partner with the MMS you will be able to enter the five top needs and short term teams of your organisation online and edit them as often as you want. This section will show you how the users will view them.


For Agencies based Outside Australia

If your agency is based outside Australia and does not have an office here, Missions Interlink may be limited in what they can provide. MI connects with Australian adults to consider options for service in missions. To have this audience consider opportunities for service, they expect to have some level of personal contact in the early stages of the process. As a practical matter, the connections must be made from Australia. This is still possible internationally electronically.