Missionaries or ministry workers are often required to raise personal support. Why? How? and all the other questions you may have about raising money for missions, answered by a missionary.
Why missionaries keep asking you for money and what it’s like on the other side.
Part 2 — Year 2 & 3, the emotional roller coaster, and the heart behind it all.
Why missionaries keep asking you for money and what it’s like on the other side — Part 1
So you get a long message. It starts off something like this: “Hello [Your Name], how have you been? I have some exciting news. I’ve been given the opportunity to serve with [insert missions agency] doing [some kind of wonderful ministry project or gospel work) and I would like to invite you to be part of that…
“I love you. I will do what it takes to make this work. I just want to be with you.”…
Power enough for the resurrection of Christ—that much—available to you and me, average joe Christians? Is is possible? What do we do with that?
“Do you know any Christians?” “I like strawberries.” (Excerpt from a real conversation I had.) Strangely enough, upon reading Jesus’ conversation with the woman at the well it seemed was kind of like that, too.
Think about it: haven’t you ever wanted to hop into the middle of an episode yourself and join them for a wild adventure or mundane evening of cards?
Excitement upon making new year’s resolutions is high, but the rate of success is low. Let’s change that. Here are 7 ways to make your resolutions a reality. (Make sure to check out #6—the simplest of all!).
What kind of “soil” best describes how you responded to the gospel?
Thinking about how to approach teaching from leaders who have been found to be flawed.