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“I’d Rather Be Fishing”: Host a Fishing Day for Local Children

little boy and senior adult man catching a fish

Connecting with children outdoors is a great way to engage their full attention. Chances are you have some men and women in your church who love to fish. Get them involved in a 1-day missions outreach by hosting free fishing lessons in your community.

Persistent in Reaching South Carolina Families

Clements family sitting on dock

Brandon Clements has been a part of Midtown Fellowship in Columbia, South Carolina, since its early days. During his junior year at Anderson University in 2006, he accepted the opportunity to serve as an intern at Midtown Fellowship.

Minister as a Family to the Homeless

family hosting yard sale

A couple of years ago, our family moved to a new city. We noticed something about our city right away. We noticed the woman with the sign at the stoplight by the grocery store. There was the man we passed on the way to piano lessons.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Mark and Megan Street*

A man and a young child participate in the midday prayer at a mosque

This past year, Mark and Megan Street have been amazed as they’ve watched the Lord put the people from the Sun Land in the minds and on the hearts of believers all over the world. The Lord is bringing the church from many nations together to love and care for those in the Sun Land.

Turn Your Child’s Extracurricular Activities into Missions Opportunities

happy child with multiple extracurricular activities

Dinner was difficult last year. We were at the soccer field 4 nights during the week and on Saturdays for games. My 2 boys practiced on opposite nights, so every night was a rush to finish homework, eat dinner, and get to the field.

Get to Know Your Neighbors with a Simple Potluck Dinner Party

side dishes for dinner

It’s been said that the best way to a man’s heart is through his stomach; I find this true of just about everyone I have ever met. Relationships start and grow through the sharing of meals.

Your Story: Sharing Your Testimony

young woman with Bible and backpack

I grew up with Christian parents. My mom and dad had joy and peace others didn’t seem to possess.

Working with Refugees, Stage 4: On Your Mark

young African-American businesswoman looking at the camera while in a start position on race track

Let’s look at those tasks immediately preceding the start of a refugee ministry, hence the title “On Your Mark.” These tasks are the necessities of your particular ministry.

Share Furry Blessings

pet therapy dog visiting senior male patient

Daisy was a black Labrador mix we adopted at 8 weeks old. She never knew a stranger and was my husband’s constant companion. She was the type of dog that would have been a perfect friend to visit nursing homes, assisted living facilities, rehabilitation centers, and adult day centers.

Full Heart vs. Watch and Calendar

Tim and Tina Louderback

Tim and Tina Louderback, who have served in Panama for a decade, believe that sharing the gospel and pursuing relationships go hand in hand—in their personal lives and in their ministry.

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