Short-Term Missions
Short-Term Missions Leader
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This specific guide is designed to help you provide orientation and basic training to someone leading a short-term missions team.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Qualified Leadership
The qualifications a short-term missions leader should possess.

Advice From an Experienced Leader
Strong leadership skills are a must for any short-term mission trip.

Prepared Pilgrims
Use this plan to keep your team prepared and ready for unexpected changes.

Short-Term Learning Experiences
How a leader can help team members approach a trip that blesses those they encounter.

Prayer List
Prayer is an important part of the motivation and practice of leading a short-term missions team. Use this list to help you focus your individual and team prayer time.

Four Key Relationships
Successful short-term missions leaders recognize—and pursue—these connections.

Important Traits of the Short-Term Missions Leader
Qualities to look for in the people leading teams in the name of Christ to other cultures

Creating Uncommon-Unity
Jesus built community to create effective evangelists. Here’s how.

Commandments for Short-Term Missions
Two experts provide guidance for your leadership and your team.

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Topics:Evangelism, Ministry, Missions, Outreach, Teams, Unity, Volunteers
Filters:Evangelism, Missionary, Missions, Outreach, Pastor, Short-Term Missions Leader, Volunteer
References:Romans 12:3-8, Psalm 51:6, Matthew 10:27
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christoph Koebel

May 07, 2014  5:04pm

Problem with such a mindset is they try invent the wheel again. Much better approach join an EXPERIENCED agency and go places where Christ is not yet known, like

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