In this Q&A, we discuss why listening is key to partnering, exciting trends that could take more missionaries to the lost, and what keeps people out of missions.
This is a special time of year. Why not do something special for your missionary? 1. Sing them a Christmas carol over Skype. 2. Have your Sunday School class sign and send a Christmas card. 3. Send them a personal gift. 4. Celebrate second Christmas – January 7 for those in Orthodox countries. 5. Increase their support. 6. Find a great Christmas book for their kids and send them the ebook. 7. Give to a ministry project they are involved in. 8. Send them some snow.
For missions-minded churches and savvy individual ministry partners, the notion of caring for your missionary will be nothing new. It may be second nature for you to pray, write encouraging notes, send care packages, or even visit in person. But even if you’re doing all of this, you might be overlooking one of the most critical opportunities to care for the missionary families you support.
Glenside Bible Church shares how adopting a people group lead to missions partnerships around the world.
Can a small church have a global involvement when they lack financial resources? Yes, if they are willing to change their paradigm of missions.
We are faced with sex slavery, lack of water, poverty and issues that need to be taken on with one hand fighting injustice and the other sharing the gospel.