Daily Archives: 2003/04/06

20030406 Brigada Today

In this issue…

  1. LEARN TO START A BUSINESS FOR HIS SAKE
  2. INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS INSURANCE
  3. LEARN ABOUT AFGHANISTAN
  4. MEDIASTRATEGY & CHRISTIAN WITNESS IN THE DEVELOPOING WORLD
  5. IDEAS ON HOW TO SHARE CHRIST
  6. LOOKING FOR CURRENT AFRICAN AMERICAN MISSIONARIES
  7. MISSIONARY IN TRAINING PROGRAM
  8. PREPARE TO TEACH
  9. FREE “PEOPLE RAISING” FUNDRAISING E-MAIL NEWSLETTER
  10. CLOSING STUFF

  1. LEARN TO START A BUSINESS FOR HIS SAKE — The Centre for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CEED) and Creative Access Associates is bringing together an unusual combination of top entrepreneurs and business trainers for one dynamic three week seminar. Join Peter Tsukahira, Dwight Nordstrom, David Bussau and others experienced and skilled in Kingdom business planning, financing, managing, and training in China, Mongolia, Central Asia, the Middle East, and other parts of the 10/40 Window. Participants will experience an intense learning environment, exposing them to the rigors and joys of starting and running a business as missions as well as receive hours of personal assistance from expert consultants on their individual call, business plan, and investment proposals. An optional track prepares students in setting up micro-enterprise programs. The seminar will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, September 8-26, 2003. Log on at http://www.CEED-UofN.org for information and applications or write <infoatceed-uofndotorg> </infoatceed-uofndotorg>

  2. INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS INSURANCE — TTc serves overseas missionaries with an affordable range of medical and financial support services for global use. For more information, write <saraattalent-trustdotcom> or visit <http://www.talent-trust.com> . </saraattalent-trustdotcom>

  3. LEARN ABOUT AFGHANISTAN — “Learn-Afghanistan” is a daily email sent by strategicnetwork.org. It will give you a brief overview of an issue, city, province, people group, or event in Afghanistan and tips on how to pray. The information is completely public and may be reproduced in newsletters or church publications. If you’re interested in Afghanistan, you can submit short articles or prayer requests and we’ll look at publishing them to the group. To subscribe, send an email to: <learn-afghanistan-subscribeatstrategicnetworkdotorg  (learn-afghanistan-subscribeatstrategicnetworkdotorg)  >.

  4. MEDIASTRATEGY & CHRISTIAN WITNESS IN THE DEVELOPOING WORLD — Here’s a PDF book edited by Professor Dan Henrich, mediastrategy consultant and professor of communications at Liberty University. The book contains articles by mediastrategy personnel as well as case studies. This 315 page book is FREE and available as a PDF download from: http://www.mediastrategy.org (Thanks for the tip, Tony!!!)

  5. IDEAS ON HOW TO SHARE CHRIST — If you’re looking for additional ideas on how to share the message of Christ, the folks at “Sharing Christ” would like to send you a free catalog. Log on at: http://www.sharingchrist.net , or call 386-254-8188, or Fax 386-254- 8188, or email <schrist9atbellsouthdotnet>. </schrist9atbellsouthdotnet>

  6. LOOKING FOR CURRENT AFRICAN AMERICAN MISSIONARIES — If you know of any currently serving Af-Am crosscultural missionaries, your help is needed. Previous research was done on why there are so few such missionaries (see http://www.RMNI.org/dissertation ) A follow-up research project is locating those CURRENTLY serving. You can assist in 2 ways. First, you can send any name(s) and contact information, including email, of such missionaries to <jimatrmnidotorg> . Next, you can direct such missionaries to http://www.RMNI.org/research/index.htm where the survey can be completed online (a survey can also be emailed, etc). The research has the endorsement of COMINAD (Cooperative Missions Network of the African Dispersion). Data collection should be complete by 2004. You can call 423-822-1091 in the USA for more information. (Thanks for making your research available to us from the first project, Jim! We’ll look forward to hearing more from this second study!) </jimatrmnidotorg>

  7. MISSIONARY IN TRAINING PROGRAM — Mexican Medical Ministries will offer a cross-cultural immersion training experience called “Missionary in Training” (M.I.T.). This program is for leaders of short mission trips or those that are considering long-term service in a Spanish based country. Some of the training sessions will cover the following: “Using Health Fairs with the Local Church”; “What does it take to make it to the Mission field?” “Discovering and fulfilling the Call of God” “Using Mime on short term mission trips” “Learning Ballooning” The M.I.T. will take place in Baja, Mexico. The dates for the next M.I.T. will be June 4 – 11, 2003. For more information: 619-420-9750 or <caravansatmexicanmedicaldotcom> or for information on Mexican Medical Ministries: http://www.mexicanmedical.com . </caravansatmexicanmedicaldotcom>

  8. PREPARE TO TEACH ENGLISH — It takes training to teach well. Prepare by attending a TESOL class. The Lebanon (PA) YWAM branch is offering a TESOL training program June 16-July 11. Completion certificate from Institute for Nations opens many doors to teach English. For information contact <ywampaatcomcastdotnet> or see the website at http://www.ywampa.org . </ywampaatcomcastdotnet>

  9. FREE “PEOPLE RAISING” FUNDRAISING E-MAIL NEWSLETTER — Now there is practical advice on fundraising each month through the FREE “People Raising” E-mail newsletter. Whether raising personal support or organizational funds, each newsletter is designed to help reduce the fear as well as dramatically reduce the time needed to raise funds. Advice comes from William Dillon, author of People Raising: A Practical Guide To Raising Support, who has been raising funds for ministry for over 30 years. To begin receiving these valuable newsletters go to http://www.PeopleRaising.com and see the “subscribe” box in the lower left-hand corner, or simply e-mail <billatpeopleraisingdotcom>. </billatpeopleraisingdotcom>
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