The author shares some common concerns among missionary women.
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Listening to the dreams and aspirations of African, Asian, and Latin American church leaders from 1984 to 1996 changed my perspective on how to best fulfill the mission Jesus entrusted to us.
by John Pearson Peter Drucker shared a story that I will never forget at a retreat gathering of thirty ministry CEOs. This father of modern management was consulting with a Fortune 500 company CEO. At the end of the morning meeting, he asked the CEO, “This afternoon, as you know, I’m meeting with your vice . . . read more
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Through contact with thousands of Boomers across the U.S. who are considering a future in missions, five significant obstacles seem to be common: faith, finances, fit, family, and fight.
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No one model will fit all. However, there are practical steps which build sending capacity.
Impressions gleaned from interaction with mission leadership across the country.
Sitting on the plane after the coach training class she’d just attended, Kris was excited about what she had learned and was looking forward to the upcoming coaching sessions.
New ways of doing are almost always preceded by new ways of thinking.