Your Missionary Biographies Weekend Watchlist: Amazon Prime

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Your life might be on lockdown in much of the U.S. due to coronavirus. Could this be the perfect time to press into God’s leading in your life? You can spend extra time digging into his Word and watching documentaries and biographies of global outreach workers that have gone before you.

Watching missionary biographies can be a tremendous source of encouragement—and a wealth of knowledge. read more

Marketplace Missions Myth #3: Reaching the Unreached=Alone and Scary (FREE assessment!)

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Marketplace Missions Myth #2: BAM takes away from “ministry” (FREE assessment!)

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Marketplace Myth #1: “Missions” is for missionaries (FREE assessment!)

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marketplace missionsDuring the month of September, Go. Serve. Love is tickled pink to share stories and thoughts from MDE, an organization providing business, vocational, missional, and personal services to fellow believers who want to make money and make disciples in unreached communities.

In light of the 4.13 billion unreached–and the need for the solution of an equal size–MDE is looking for Christians who truly want to be in the workplace, either as employees or entrepreneurs, and who truly want to be intentional about developing authentic relationships.

They’re looking for a few good men (and women) to take both the presence and the message of Jesus to co-workers and neighbors. read more

“What kind of characteristics do I need as a missionary?”

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It might come to mind as you’re taping another box shut, or when you’re about to pass one of those points-of-no-return: Selling your house. Selling your wheels for pennies on the dollar. You might think, Well. If I go over there and bite it big time, this is going to be pretty embarrassing. Not to mention expensive. Do I have the characteristics it takes?”

(If you haven’t thought that? Just ignore those last two paragraphs.)

And here’s the reality: Some global workers come back earlier than they planned. read more