Tina shared the one thing that has really kept support consistent for her, and I wanted to share it with you. Note: She is a regular person just like you and me and has told me she's really struggled to be fully funded in the past.
However, she told me something that has helped it grow and be consistent.
It's one of those things that you know you *should* be doing.
OK… So I'm not a missionary and I've never been on a missions trip that lasted more than 10 days. But I have some friends who are full-time vocational missionaries. And I know that raising funds and maintaining relationships across the miles are both super-hard.
But did you ever consider that maintaining those relationships also impacted support levels?
Check out Darius Walker's email newsletter for a little insight.
Not called to full-time missions? No problem.
You can still impact this. Take the time to share this article. And to keep missionaries you care about in front of people.
- Be an advocate for them.
- Share their stories.
- Send them emails to encourage them.
- Pray for them.
We're in this together. God has a specific purpose for each of us. But we, as the Church, can't step into that calling without Him and each other.
And while you're at it, check out his amazing resource – Be a Fully Funded Missionary. It's in-depth and has helped countless missionaries raise funds to do what God's called them to do.
I believe in it and have partnered with Darius to help promote it so that more missionaries can have the resources to fulfill the vision God's given them.
Check it out here: https://gumroad.com/a/33961075/pLrs
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