In any project their needs to be periodic reviews to see how things are going. It is no different with any mission venture. It is actually more important with mission projects. Probably the biggest reason to review a mission project is to praise and thank God for what He has accomplished (John 9:24b "Give God the praise"). It is also important to make sure that what is being accomplished matches up with what God wants. This takes seasons of prayer as well. If each step has been seasoned in prayer, then God will make His path known. This is nothing more than proper stewardship. Though reasonable, a considerable amount of money, resources and time will go into any major mission project.
People involved in the various levels of the project need to be consulted for their input into any review. God may have shown them a better way to handle various parts of the project. Consequently their input it vital. Some areas that should be looked at in any mission project review are:
It should be clear that constant reviewing, thanksgiving and praise are crucial to the success of any mission project. The sign of a successful project is that it is successfully reproduced in other areas.