3 steps to long-term help for low-resource communities

Why dig a well when it would be most helpful to have running water instead? Click To Tweet If you drive through rural communities of El Salvador, and many other countries around the world, you are bound to see what I call a Development Monument. Sadly, however, the projects are no longer being used for […]

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Sound bite missiology

“Men at ease have contempt for those who are suffering misfortune” Job 12:5 American evangelicals are quick to serve the poor. But in our hurry to help, are we doing the right things to help alleviate poverty?  We are conditioned to respond to crisis quickly, or to use popular methods that appear to be “the […]

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3 Steps to Build a Strong Missions Program

Now that you have identified your purpose it’s time to be proactive about partnering with the right people. Being proactive allows you to: Choose “best in class” ministries/people to work with Choose partners with similar core values and beliefs Establish measurable outcomes together Proactivity in establishing your strategy and planning your partnerships also prevents reactivity. Quite […]

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3 Steps to Build a Strong Missions Program

When it’s time for my computer or operating system to run an update, I groan. It takes time, and that little popup usually comes when I’m most busy. But I know that if I fail to take the time to run that update, my systems won’t function optimally, bugs wont’ be fixed and I won’t […]

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