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How we invest our summer months can have a huge impact on our fall and spring semesters. If we don’t “water the flowers” in the summer, we might find ourselves with a dry and wilting crop in the fall.
Want to make sure the short-term mission program you’re considering is effective and of high quality? I’m going to walk you through the seven standards that SOE (Standards of Excellence in Short-term Mission) has developed.
Although the overwhelming logistics of planning a summer project (housing, jobs, food, etc.) can be enough to make a campus minister’s head spin, there are some big picture areas a ministry needs to get right as well.
There is success when staff engage in Ministry Partnership Development as a spiritual exercise, where God empowers them to take risks and recognize His divine orchestration for the sake of Kingdom growth.
Everything we do in people’s lives must point them to a deeper knowledge and relationship with God. If we make peop… https://t.co/A9DuQSVNgq@CampusMinToday
Over the past 20 years, the US has seen a surge in short-term missions. With all of these Christians flooding into ministry opportunities, you’d think that long-term ministry commitments would be skyrocketing as well. You’d think that, but you’d be wrong.
Discipleship must contain authentic relationship and systematic Biblical training. If you take shortcuts in either area you will struggle to produce fruitful disciples. Here’s some ideas for building deeper relationships with those you disciple…