On this week’s episode of Engaging Missions, our guest, Ann Hinrichs, shares about her ministry, worship, short-term missions, and much more. She also talks about the importance of accountability and unity for believers.
Ann currently works with Adventive Cross Cultural Initiatives, an organization that supports missionaries and helps them feel connected with their church and other believers. She also aids in short-term missions trips to countries around the world. Through it all, Ann hopes and works toward unity, which is one of the calls of Christ for all believers.
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What we talked about
[00:33] – Episode summary
[02:19] – Introduction
[03:30] – How did transition change your focus?
[05:34] – How is your husband involved in your ministry?
[06:14] – A Summary of Adventive Cross Cultural Initiatives (ACCI)
[08:36] – Meaningful verse
But God, who is rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, even when we were dead in trespasses, made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved), and raised us up together, and made us sit together in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus…
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[21:17] – What does your ministry do?
[24:14] – The concept of member care
[25:31] – Stories of supporting missionaries
[31:05] – How to bring advocacy to your church
[34:51] – What excites you the most about your ministry?
[36:08] – The significance of short-term missions
[42:31] – Marketplace matters
[43:56] – Surrounded by the nations
[46:16] – Internet and book resources
[51:00] – Parting advice and contact info
Resources & Contact Info
- Email: Annhinrichs@adventive.ca
- Ann Hinrichs's Blog
- ACCI Website
- Foreign to Familiar
- Serving with Eyes Wide Open
- When Helping Hurts
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