An Intentional Strategy for Being on Mission (and Being Human)

An Intentional Strategy for Being on Mission (and Being Human)

Larry and Susan McCrary have moved overseas again, and they’re sharing their experience of transition with the world. This time, however, they’re more marketplace than missionary. In this article Larry provides a glimpse into their strategy for intentionally contributing and participating in people’s lives where they live, play, and work––and how that measures up with their past experience as traditional missionaries.

New Free Download: Sending Responsibilities Checklist

New Free Download: Sending Responsibilities Checklist

There are many things to consider when we are sending or being sent overseas. This download provides not only a list of the sent ones’ needs pre-feild, afield, and post-field, but gives space for noting who will be responsible for them: the sending church, the partner organization, or the sent one themselves. The checklist isn't comprehensive, but that’s because it’s meant to get you started in the right direction.

Perfect Fear Casts Out Love: A Better Motivation for Mission

Perfect Fear Casts Out Love: A Better Motivation for Mission

Fear of failure is a very real motivation for many of God’s people on mission–especially with eternal hell in view. But is this the best driving force behind our mission efforts? More importantly, is this a burden God made us to bear? In this article Content Manager and former sent one, Dan Bush, seeks to speak a better word to propel our sending.