When I was a child and my parents would go away on a trip, I was always a bit anxious for their return and was always so glad to see them when they got home.
- Church Mission Leaders Peer 2 Peer: Diaspora Ministry and the Local ChurchWed May 12 2021, 01:00pm EDT
- Part 3 Mobilizing People of Color: the Latino American ChurchThu May 13 2021
- Webinar: Lawsuits and Rumors of LawsuitsThu May 13 2021, 02:00pm EDT
- CEO Thought Leader Briefing: Marketplace Ministry Strategies, a Leader's PerspectiveWed May 19 2021, 02:00pm EDT
- Podcasting 101 for Missions and MinistriesTue May 25 2021, 01:00pm EDT
As children, we are expected to learn. Our parents, teachers, and coaches dictate the things we need to know, often with a “you’ll need this in the future” caveat. We observed and listened. After all, learning was our primary responsibility as children.
Diwali. Lunar New Year. Cinco de Mayo. Eid al-Fitr. Passover. Christmas.
I’ve observed that most missionaries struggle with one of two things when writing their prayer and update newsletters. Either they struggle to design a newsletter layout that is both attractive to the eye and easy to read, or they struggle to use language that speaks to the heart and inspires the reader. Here are 4 quick tips on the layout of your newsletter and 4 quick tips on the language in your newsletter.
Survival Guide to Raising Support During the Coronavirus – Part 5
Survival Guide to Raising Support During the Coronavirus – Part 4
Survival Guide to Raising Support During the Coronavirus – Part 3
Be “quarantined” and know that I am God!
I will be exalted in the nations! I will be exalted in all the earth.
Survival Guide to Raising Support During the Coronavirus – Part 2
(This is Part 1 in our series as we look at heart postures and strategies for connecting with ministry partners during the coronavirus pandemic.)