In The Mission-Minded Family Ann Dunagan, a homeschooling mother of seven and an international minister alongside her husband, challenges the idea that family life and missionary work are incompatible. When a parent is engaged in missionary work, children need not suffer neglect. They can be a part of the missionary work along with their parents, as a family entity. The book suggests family activities for developing a mission-minded family and the necessity of balancing and prioritizing daily activities.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 232 Vendor: Biblica Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 X 0.59 (inches) ISBN: 0830857052 ISBN-13: 9780830857050 Availability: In Stock
In a mission-minded family, there's a God-infused energy. There's a focus on God's worldwide purpose and there's a passion for the lost. There's a spiritual depth and hunger that reaches beyond the maintenance mode of cultural Christianity. A mission-minded family emphasizes leadership, calling and destiny. There's a prevailing attitude of self-sacrifice and an emphasis on total submission to God's will. There's an unmistakable and contagious joy. Dunagan, who wrote The Mission-Minded Child, brings the same perspective to what it means to be a mission-minded family. This book includes suggested activities for families to participate in together as well as resources to help families develop the desire to be more missions-focused. She discusses the need for families to balance and prioritize their everyday lives and delves into what a family's finances would look like if they were focused on missions. This practical book is the perfect companion to The Mission-Minded Child. Families who read and practice principles from this book will receive a rekindled closeness as they participate in ministry together.
Ann Dunagan is a homeschooling mother of seven and an international minister alongside her husband, Jon Dunagan. In 1986, Jon & Ann Dunagan founded Harvest Ministry. Ann has personally ministered in over 25 countries throughout the world and she enjoys teaching children, speaking to women, and encouraging parents and teachers. The Dunagan family is based in Hood River, Oregon.