Small Church Global Impact

Many times churches get into a habit of thinking they can’t have an impact globally until they grow bigger. In this podcast, Jeff Jackson debunks that thinking and gives theological perspective and practical advice about small churches having a global impact. It’s not just a church program, it’s God’s End Game Plan. Here are links […]

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Pastor Allen Snapp pastors Grace Community Church in Painted Post, New York. His church was part of a network of churches that, as a group, contributed to missions, but on a local level, Pastor Snapp felt that his congregation was very disconnected from the missionary projects they were giving to. Shepherd’s Staff facilitated doing missions on […]

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In each of the three parts of this interview with Paul Hoekstra, he’s knocked it out of the park with God stories. What Paul shares is the result of years of faithful diligence to work among the world’s poor and unreached. It’s incredible to hear what God is doing in some of the most remote […]

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In part two of our focus on Talking Bibles, Paul continues telling fascinating stories of people taking the gospel to places in India and East Africa where American missionaries don’t have access. He also discusses how gathering data reshapes strategy and future goals. The impact this technology is having on the power of the gospel to change […]

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This is the first part of an interview with Paul Hoekstra of Talking Bibles. Paul was born on the mission field and has given his life to making the Word of God available to non-readers. He is a facsinating story teller. You won’t want to miss a minute of this interview.

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Support Raising Revisited Again Part Three

The Support Raising Podcast Series has been very popular. In the part three, we talk about funding furloughs and returning from the field. The idea is to plan for furloughs and your final return from the field by making it a part of regular month-to-month budgeting and fund-raising over the course of time rather than at the last […]

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