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5 Things a Leader Should Say Every Day

female leader talking at team meeting

Leading is not done in isolation, is it? As you work with church staff and other missions advocates, it is important to be aware of what is going on while you’re leading and teaching. What you say can often “make or break” your effectiveness. You must communicate clearly and often.

Be still and hear from the Father

We are living in unprecedented times for sure; times that can even seem chaotic occasionally. For instance, do YOU have toilet paper? Bowling Green, Kentucky seems to have none!

DAY TWO - 30 days of prayer for pastors and missionaries.

Epaphras, who is one of you, a servant of Christ Jesus, sends you greetings. He is always wrestling for you in his prayers, so that you can stand mature and fully assured in everything God wills.  (Col 4:12, CSB)

DAY ONE - 30 days of prayer for pastors and missionaries

Be alert, stand firm in the faith, be courageous, be strong. Do everything in love. (1 Corinthians 16:13-14, CSB)

Dreaming in the Thick of Chaos

clean water image

For years, the director of REAP has worked to provide hope, opportunities, and empowerment to youth, young adults, widows, orphans, and other marginalized groups in Liberia.

Displaced: Seeking Home—New Refugee Simulation

Displaced: Seeking Home

Each day, refugees who have been resettled in the United States are forced to make difficult decisions as they go through the resettlement process. In order to get a glimpse into their lives and struggles, we have created a new simulation called Displaced: Seeking Home.

Social Distancing and Missions? YES!

In light of our nation’s state of emergency, we find ourselves in strange days. School systems are closing until the pandemic passes while homeschoolers are marching forward with business as usual, but we are all under the mindset of not sharing germs and making sure we don’t pick up any.

5 Practical Ways You Can Impact Your Community in the Midst of COVID-19

Leaders are making tough decisions in light of COVID-19 that can have significant ramifications for large numbers of people. As committed Christ followers, we can use our influence to make a positive impact on the kingdom during this crisis.


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