Our aim is to help you keep dignity and sustainability at the center of your mission work. Whether it’s through practical tips or unpacking deeper transformative work, these articles help you do just that.
Making Disciples in Oral Cultures: They wanted . . . I gave them How to shape your communication styles to work effectively in your cross-cultural...
Custom Coaching Even the most well-intentioned missionaries can sabotage their Great Commission efforts by causing the crippling effects of...
Hero to Host 2-3 Day Immersive hosts a co-learning environment for those who want more than hero-based workshops, conferences, and webinars. Gather...
DAY 1 affects DAY 100 is a training that helps you create communities of faith that organically reproduce, reflect the New Testament, and honor their culture.
We Are Not The Hero is an online, 8-week course that shares helpful strategies for multiplying disciples through the lens of local dignity and sustainability.
Not With Ink, a training of Five Stones Global, takes you on a fascinating journey of building your confidence and competency in making disciples among oral people.
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What the Popular Stationery Store, Paper Source™, Teaches Us About Living Missionally in North America
The walls were lined with every kind of colorful, artistic card for the holidays in the popular Paper Source store.
Imagine hearing the gospel for the first time in a foreign language. How might this negatively affect your heartfelt connection to Jesus?
As cross-cultural workers it is easy to start out with the best intentions and a tried-and-true disciple-making model in hand. But it is much harder to stick with that plan through thick and thin. It doesn’t take much to slowly drift from our original biblical, reproducible model. Read more about how to consciously prevent disciple-making movement drift.
Without looking through the book of Acts, try to call up as many examples of prayer as possible. Share those examples with our readers without commentary. Then take mental notes of the environment, what was taking place that led to prayer, and what did prayer look like for them? Lastly, what might Western missionaries overlook when they are among the nations as it relates to prayer?
Making prayer part of your 80% is a “no brainer,” but is a constant struggle for us Westerners. The USA has an endless supply of books on prayer because we need so much help (including me). So how do we make prayer our second nature?
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