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Social Media and Missionary Support Raising – The Basics

July 16, 2012

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Note:  This material is for those just starting in social media.  If you are already engaged online – or if you are younger than 35 – this material will be too basic for you :-)  You might find part 2 of this article, my specific strategy, to be interesting or useful to you though. I’ve […]

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Missionaries: The Last Frontier of World Missions?

July 11, 2012

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When I tell people that missionaries are my unreached people group they just stare at me.  Which proves my point that missionaries may be the last frontier of world missions. Plenty of unreached people groups exist all over the world.  It takes a lot of effort to reach them, and by God’s grace we will […]

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Sun Valley Community Church: A Missional Church That Cares For Its Missionaries

December 29, 2011

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Sun Valley Community Church, with three campuses in the Phoenix area, is a church that cares for its missionaries.  Sun Valley raises home grown missionaries and sends them out to engage missionally in strategic ministries.  Some churches are missional but they don’t know how to care for their sent out ones.  Sun Valley CC does. […]

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Short-term Mission Trips: Take a Year to Change the World – And Yourself (Guest Post)

December 8, 2011

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{Editor’s Note: This is part 2 of a guest post written by Laura Davis, who, with her husband, Nate, spent a year on a short-term mission trip with Converge Worldwide in Manila, Philippines discovering the needs of young women caught in the snare of human trafficking and building bridges to meet some of those needs.  […]

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God’s Sabbath Rest Encounters Human Trafficking (Guest Post)

December 6, 2011

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{Editor’s Note: This is a guest post written by Laura Davis, who, with her husband, Nate, spent a year with Converge Worldwide in Manila, Philippines discovering the needs of young women caught in the snare of human trafficking, and building bridges to meet some of those needs.} Rain hammered the tin roof and seeped onto […]

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