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by Thelma Bowlen | Posted on Friday, July 18th, 2014 | | no responses
Going on a long term mission trip can be one of the most positive experiences of your life. Meeting new people, sharing your faith, learning about another culture, and broadening your interests are all possible during your time abroad. In order to take advantage of the opportunities that arise during you mission trip, you want to make sure you are taking care of your physical health along with your spiritual health. Maintaining Your Long Term Missions Trip Health While all the excitement can be overwhelming, you can’t let your health fall by the wayside. Paying ….
by Jessica Chapman | Posted on Thursday, July 17th, 2014 | | no responses
This month, Every Nation couples from around the world gathered at Marriott’s Orlando World Center for the International Couples’ Getaway. The main objective was for attending couples to walk away feeling encouraged, refreshed, and connected. After the first session, it was clear to see that the objective was already being fulfilled. Larry Stockstill, pastor and author of Remnant, was the main speaker for the week. Pastor Russ Austin, leader of Southpoint Community Church (our Every Nation church in in Jacksonville), started the week with an inspiring word Monday evening. The message was centered on four ….
by Thelma Bowlen | Posted on Friday, July 11th, 2014 | | no responses
If you’re part of a college campus ministry, developing a true sense of community is undeniably a prominent focus for you. If you’d like to promote positive social interactions and friendships between members of your ministry, several fun activities can make the whole process markedly easier. It often helps to organize simple games for small group meetings, for one example. Use These Icebreakers For Your Campus Ministry Groups If you’re looking for a good ice breaker for college groups, then you don’t have to worry. Here are a few excellent and effective icebreaker activities you ….
by Joey Bonifacio | Posted on Friday, July 11th, 2014 | | no responses
When banks lend money to people they check what is known as the four Cs: Character, Capacity, Collateral and Capital. Character is all about the person you are lending to. This involves the person’s integrity and history when it comes to the management of his affairs. Capacity deals with a person’s ability to generate income to repay his borrowings. Third is collateral. This has to do with a guarantee in case anything should happen to a borrower and the debt remains unpaid. And lastly is Capital. Lenders check the commitment level of a borrower to ….
by Thelma Bowlen | Posted on Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 | | no responses
So, you’re going on your first short term missions trip? Traveling abroad can be really fun and exciting! But first, you’ll face a tough challenge – packing. If you have any experience with packing for an international trip or missions trip, you’re aware that it can be HARD narrowing down your packing items and fitting them all into the limited space offered by a suitcase. How to Pack like a Pro For Short Term Missions Trip Don’t worry! We’ve come to your rescue with these handy packing tricks that will help you save space and pack ….