You’re on your way to writing a great newsletter! Below are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind as you sit down and write about your latest trips and experiences. Ministry vision tagline What is your… Read More
By Mary Ann Bianchi, WIM Member Care Reality check When you hear the expression, “The straw that broke the camel’s back,” what do you think of? What meaning does that hold for you? A camel is designed to… Read More
One challenging but essential aspect of full-time missions is fundraising. I have been gleaning from two resources that provide insight and encouragement in this area. The first is a condensed version of The God Ask written by Steve Shadrach.
Holiday hustling and bustling may be in full swing, but now is an ideal time to combat busyness long enough to reflect on the past year. What happened in 2013? Where did you go? How have you changed?… Read More
By Tony Bianchi, WIM Member Care I have always admired missionary children for their maturity and ability to talk to adults. However, some of our missionary children face adult issues and grow up mentally and emotionally too fast…. Read More
You must embrace the culture to which you are called. Embracing the culture will allow you to contextualize the gospel.Paul did this with the Greeks he met on Mars Hill when he made mention of the statue to… Read More
“We’ve given up everything to follow you. What will we get?” This was Peter’s question to Jesus in Matthew 19:27-29 NLT. From scripture we know that the original apostles will sit with Jesus judging the twelve tribes of… Read More
In my last blog, I discussed the “camping-out” mentality that has caused many good missionaries to fail in the plans God had for them. Camping out is not a sustainable lifestyle. From WIM’s perspective, it is true that missionaries could… Read More