Short-Term Missions
How well will you and your church heed the call of Christ to go into all nations?
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Jesus gave clear instructions in his Great Commission, but what are the practical implications for your church? This theme takes a look at biblical examples of missions work and tells how to develop a missions policy for your church. An interview with Lyle Dorsett provides an inspiring illustration of one church's commitment to missions and shows leaders how to help people develop a heart for missions.

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10 Reasons People Are Afraid to Reach Out
God's Word speaks to our needs and fears.

Falling in Love with Jesus
The essential first step in growing a church missions program.

The 4 Spheres of Outreach
We don't have to go far to find people who need Christ.

Giving with a World Vision
7 principles to help your personal giving make a difference.

Should We Fund This Missionary?
A request for funds looked simple-but touched complex issues.

Fishing All Night
What it means to be "fishers of men".

Developing Your Missions Policy
9 important areas to consider.

The Long-Term Benefits of Short-Term Missions
How to make the most of the opportunity.

Financing Missions
3 questions every church needs to ask.

Culture Wars
Bridging communication barriers with people who are different.

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Topics:Cross-cultural outreach, Evangelism, International outreach, Missions, Outreach, Seekers, Short-term missions, Unchurched, Visitors & guests
Filters:Church board, Church staff, Elder, Evangelism, Missions, Outreach, Pastor, Short-Term Missions Leader
References:Matthew 25:31-40, John 21, Luke 3:7-11
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