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Missionaries: The Last Frontier of World Missions?

July 11, 2012


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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11 Types of Care Missionaries Want From Their Sending Agencies and Co-Workers

May 3, 2012


A key barrier to providing effective missionary care is the attitude exhibited by members of the missions community who do not appreciate, understand or value what genuine member care is.  Is missionary care valuable?  Maybe we should ask the missionaries. Image By Defame (Eleven) [CC-BY-2.0 (, via Wikimedia Commons Brenda Bosch, an international member care […]

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12 Reasons Why This Conference on Missionary Care May Change The World

February 21, 2012


Passion for something good is a good thing. Passion for something important is important. Passion for life change is life-changing. If missionaries are out to change the world to the glory of God, so should their senders.  The Midwest Conference on Missionary Care in Minneapolis, Minnesota, hosted by Minnesota Renewal Center and New Hope Church […]

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Conversations in Mission: Ordinary Missionary, Committed Pastor, Gracious Giver

December 2, 2011


Christians working in the world of mission are accustomed to life-changing scenarios.  I’ve had three significant conversations recently that I wanted to briefly share.  Be encouraged as you see God’s hand in the lives of a missionary, a pastor and a giver. Ordinary Missionary I Skyped with a missionary who has been back on the […]

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Honoring Our Missionaries

October 4, 2011


One of my goals as the Director of Ministry Partner Discovery for Converge Worldwide International Ministries is to work toward our missionaries being fulfilled, for them: To engage emotionally To develop professionally To prosper relationally To grow spiritually Total fulfillment will only come when we see Jesus face to face, but in this life my […]

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