Daily Archives: 2012/07/01

1) ESL Teacher for Thailand, Asia —

World Outreach Missions, Inc. is seeking an individual who is proficient in the English language and can be certified to teach ESL/EFL in the School in Thailand, Asia. If you are interested please send your information to

infoatworldoutreachmissionsdotorg or

adminatwocfanusadotorg. You can also call 011-770-934-1347. This position while remain open till position is filled.

 

2) DTS: Discipleship and Missions Opportunity —

Youth with a Mission in Lebanon, PA, USA offers a Discipleship Training School in beautiful “Pennsylvania Dutch Country,” a historic missionary sending region. DTS has 12 weeks of teaching followed by eight weeks of hands-on international ministry. YWAM emphasizes God’s holiness and love, hearing and obeying God’s voice, intercession for the nations, Godly relationships, and fulfilling the Great Commission. The upcoming DTS runs August 27, 2012 to January 25, 2013 and includes a unique “Finish the Task” conference featuring some truly radical missionary speakers. YWAM Lebanon welcomes “youth” of all ages! Find application and details at

 

http://www.ywampa.org

3) Up in a down economy: Logos riding wave to new heights —

As countless companies struggle to stay afloat in a sinking economy, 01Logos Bible Software is staying atop the tumultuous seas. Its most popular product, Logos 4, has become the premier go-to vehicle for electronic Bible study for millions, and its industry-leading free Bible app for iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches and Android-enabled devices has gained great acclaim in the digital world. Opening the door on new ground with the recent launches of two award-winning products, Proclaim church presentation software and Vyrso: Christian Ebooks, Logos is emerging as a leader in other markets. Kirkdale Press also recently set sail as yet another innovative Logos branch, setting the ebook publishing industry standard thanks to Logos’ 20 years of expertise in digital production. Not lifting its ramp yet, Logos is rolling out two new products that are forecasted to draw multitudes. Faithlife.com is the new cutting-edge Christian social network setting up to make the faith-based world in social media take an “about-face.” Faithlife is intimately linked with the one-of-a-kind Faithlife Study Bible – the world’s largest study Bible, containing more than 2.2 million words – which is constantly expanding with new study notes, articles, maps and media. Learn more about Logos products at the following link.

http://www.logos.com/brigada

For more information, contact

 

mediaatlogosdotcom or 800-875-6467.

5) Resource to Encourage Missionaries: Free Download —

The Bible study guide called “Finding Strength for the Journey,” a tool for member care or personal encouragement, can now be downloaded for free.  The author drew from experiences as a missionary when writing this study guide on topics such as perseverance in hardship, dealing with depression, handling conflict, and benefit from trials. One missionary writes, “I have been able to relate to it more than any ‘stateside’ Bible study.” You can download it or order hard copies at

 

http://www.purposepress.net/

 

While there, check out Janice’s newest book, “Steppes of Faith,” another resource to encourage and ch

allenge. One reviewer says this “compelling narrative leaves you laughing, crying and hopeful at the same time.” It can also be downloaded as an e-book, ie. for Kindle.

7) Conference for Short-Term Mission Leaders —

Every October STM leaders from around the world gather to grapple with where God is leading and how missions can be improved. Whether you are an educator, agency executive, church pastor, host-receiver, or team leader, the Forum exists to renew your soul, equip your ministry, and expand your vision. Join this vital ongoing conversation on the role of short-term leadership in global mission! For more information, check out FSTML’s website,

 

http://www.fstml.org/index.php

8) What’s Your Favorite Patriotic YouTube video? —

Are you from the USA? If so, got a favorite video that you like to share for July 4th? Please click “Comment” below and provide the link and title. But sure to note the full URL, as well as the best application for the video. Warning: Please provide just one URL per message. Thanks in advance if you can help.

10) The BackPage: Facing the Demons in the Storm —

I’ve just returned from a Prayer Journey to Japan. On a dark and stormy night, we hiked up to the Shinraku-ji Buddhist Temple near the town of Komoro. The gusty wind and dark shadows only served to accentuate the forces we imagined. Maybe we weren’t imagining. Eph. 6:12 reads, “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.” I’ll never forget that prayer service as long as I live. It felt as if we were going up against dark forces — forces that had ruled Komoro for centuries.

 

I’m finding that this whole concept — that of facing the powers of the dark side, in the storms of life — can either build our faith (as we realize the opposing side is fairly powerless in the face of how great God is) or test it (if we’re convinced otherwise). So I’m wondering: Is there a possibility that you have a testimony of facing one of those dark forces in a prayer time, at one time or another? And if so, would you be willing to share it — in confidence, if you like? Just click “Comment” below and you’ll be guided through the sign-on process. We won’t distribute your address to ANYONE. But even better, if you work hard you should be able to write up your testimony as an anonymous contributor. Please write these as if they will be used for a national publication informing people of effective prayer-walking and “praying onsite with insight.” Just click Comment to get started. As readers share their testimonies, you’ll be able to read them along with the rest of us, instantly. (Note: Be careful about sharing URL’s in your answer (especially multiple ones). That tends to trip the alarm that maybe you’re a spammer.)

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