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|Format: PDF Download|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2011|
Travel always involves risk. And the Bible tells us that bringing the gospel to those who have not heard is never a safe thing to do. But we cannot allow fear to keep us from spreading God's love with people around the globe. What we must do is understand the risks and how to minimize them without compromising our mission, and to prepare our team for the challenges that come with following God's call to the mission field.
This 26-page resource will help you evaluate what makes a trip worth risking and help you manage the risks you take.
This Training Pack contains all of the following:
Title: Taking the Risk...
Deck: ...and finding God faithful.
Author: Karen Casey Arneson
Title: Leader's Guide
Deck: How to use Dangerous Destinations in your regularly scheduled meetings.
Title: Is It Safe to Go on a Mission Trip?
Deck: Don't let fear keep you from God's work.
Author: Scott Kirby
Title: Be Prepared for the Worst
Deck: An interview with safety expert, David Dose
Author:Interview by Drew Dyck
Title: Managing the Risk
Deck: Seven Things to Keep in Mind
Author: J. Mack and Leann Stiles
Title: Protecting Your Team and Long-Term Missionaries
Deck: Three ways to be wise in high-security places.
Author: [Name withheld]
Title: Travel Research
Deck: Resources to help you learn more about your host country and take practical steps to prepare.
Author: Compiled by the editors of BuildingChurchLeaders.com
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