Women on Mission

Working with Refugees, Stage 4: On Your Mark

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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

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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.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Week of Prayer for North American Missions missionaries

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The Week of Prayer for North American Missions is observed annually by Southern Baptist churches to specifically pray for thousands of missionaries across the United States and Canada, the needs of thei

A Match Made in Heaven

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What do you get when you combine spiritual giftedness and passion with natural abilities and honed skills? Seems it can truly become a “match made in heaven,” if you’ll allow me this pun.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Cliff Case

Cliff and Cinthy Case hike in Chile

Cliff Case said in addition to the people he’s already working to reach in Chile, hundreds, or maybe even thousands, more are pouring in all the time.

Working with Refugees, Stage 3: Connect with People

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The third stage of beginning work with refugees focuses on connecting with people. Connections include the gatekeeper, the activist, and the caretaker of the refugees.

Showing Unconditional Love in Difficult Circumstances

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“God loves us unconditionally and wants us to love others unconditionally,” said missionary Mark Busby, who has been planting churches in Tokyo, Japan, for 14 years.

But he and his wife, Mie, can attest that showing unconditional love in difficult circumstances is a challenge.

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