I recently read Erwin McManus’ book, The Last Arrow, based on the story of the dying prophet Elisha and his instructions to the king of Israel. It’s a book about courage and raising the bar of faith, sacrifice,
and expectations of what God desires to do.
McManus speaks of Christians sometimes living as if our arrows are too valuable to shoot. We tend to organize and preserve what we have, forgetting that arrows’ real value lies in their being released. Don’t quit, or as the author says, "Don’t die with your quiver full.”
Part of Network Beyond’s DNA includes these same values—a willingness to do whatever God desires,
go wherever He leads, and to do so with great faith. In this update, we’d like to present an overview of
the work and where we believe God is leading. We hope it encourages, and we hope it will increase both
your faith and prayers...right down to the last arrow.