November 2007 | Volume 2 | Issue 11
Engage the Full Potential.
It’s low tech; it’s high tech. It launched with the Apostle Paul and is still a regular part of the missions job. It’s often considered a chore to produce and sometimes ignored by recipients, yet it is a powerful tool that is undervalued and underutilized. What? The missionary prayer letter and its contemporary cousins—emails, websites, and blogs. While international phone calls, Skype conversations, video presentations, and in-person visits have become more frequent, the majority of missions information still travels via written communication, especially to those most closely connected to missionary prayer and funding.. . . . [Click below to continue]