6) Get 3 Free Missions Skits from Brigada

Maybe you’re promoting a missions conference, or a new Kairos or Perspectives class, or maybe your church has decided to host “The Wall of Unreached Peoples.” Now you can download for free the scripts for 3 skits that can promote, communicate, and inspire your church to get on board. Just browse to this link:

(These skits are courtesy Peg and Garen, members at Fern Creek Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky. Thanks Peg and Garen!)

4) Posts New Offerings

The elves at have been busy. You can download free mobile apps, sign up for the “Unreached People Group of the Day,” study stats, learn about a traveling exhibit called “The Wall of Unreached Peoples,” download prayer cards, study all their new cool maps, get a multi-lingual overview, and even download bulletin inserts, videos, and presentations. Do it all here, at JoshuaProject.

6) Free Papers And New HQ Staff

Here’s an outreach literature team for Africa and Asia offering you their free papers and seeking new HQ staff. SOON Ministries, based in Derby UK, urgently needs 4-6 new full-time staff, if their ministry is to continue after 2015. Skills needed include writing, IT and database, administration and PR, and social media:

Meantime, you can request free copies in any reasonable quantity of their single-sheet outreach papers in easy-English, African French, African Portuguese, Swahili and Fulani dialects:

7) Internet Evangelism Day set for 21 April 2013

Internet Evangelism Day is an annual focus day and a year-round resource guide on all aspects of digital evangelism. They encourage churches, mission agencies and other groups to use the opportunity to focus on the growing range of opportunities to integrate digital into their ministries. A twice-monthly email newsletter and blog offer more resources and news. They can also offer personal consultation, conference speakers, or network you with others who can help you. Learn more at…

9) Is Global Great Commission Network Gaining Traction?

The Global Great Commission Network is a cooperative follow-up ministry of the Tokyo 2010 Global Mission Consultation.  The purpose and role of the GGCN can be summarized in the following three values:

***  The Global Great Commission Network exists to broadly encourage collaboration and partnership.

***  The Global Great Commission Network exists to stimulate worldwide mission efforts that promote the making of disciples of every people in our generation.

***  The Global Great Commission Network exists not to compete with, but to serve and support other networks and ministries.

Learn more at…

So my question is, is this network gaining traction at your church, agency or group? If so, please write a comment on our online web version. Thanks in advance for any feedback you can give.

14) TheBackPage: What’s Your Purpose in Life?

The members of the group, Casting Crowns, seem to have the answer to that question figured out, at least for their own lives, that is. Learn more about them at…


You’ve probably heard their tunes, but what you might NOT have heard is that, all the while they’ve been churning out the music, they’ve kept their jobs serving their local churches. The stuff they sing about is the stuff they’ve taught about in real youth group meetings and student home Bible studies. And if you’ve ever read Matthew 24, you know why they wrote, “Until the Whole World Hears.” Listen to the songwriter’s intro of it here…

Now listen to the whole song with new insight:

Until the Whole World Hears — Casting Crowns


3) ILS Int’l Releases “Countries and Peoples of the World”

Think of it as a digital library for leaders with a global vision. Find the details at…

or get the whole fact sheet at…

With over 56,000 pages of information, you’ll find info on ministry strategies, poverty, hunger, HIV/AIDS, urbanization, sustainable development, literacy, world faiths, minorities, persecution, orality, the least reached, and much more. This library also includes the beginning of a Global Digital Atlas with over 160 high-resolution color maps. There’s even a mini-course to promote global awareness. This tool would also be great for a worker without fast internet, because it contains information on thousands of unreached peoples (the type you’d perhaps normally seek online). Either way, it’s a treasure chest worth grabbing.

5) Know any Missions-minded Artists Out There?

If so, you might want to steer them to “The Mission Minded Artist (MMA),” a missions sending agency for specifically for artists.  They are based in Atlanta, GA and have been serving since 2007 by taking music groups, including black Gospel choirs, overseas.  Their vision statement reads, “To see a culture influenced for Christ by artistic people.”  They are accomplishing this vision by, “Discipling artists to be mission-minded.” Learn more at…

(Thanks for the tip, Allan!)

3) Free Book from Desiring God about Reaching Unreached Peoples

Finish the Mission

Finish the Mission

Hats off to John Piper and Desiring God ministries for their willingness to give away such a great book as “Finish the Mission,” available at

With authors like Louie Giglio, David Platt, and John Piper himself, we should have known it would be a winner. But then, of all things, they decide to give it away! I’m thinking — let’s make this a required book for all new Christians. :-) Seriously… please get it today. (And thanks to Kevin for suggesting it.)

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