Monthly Archive: March 2015

Mar 31

ICM Invitation for April 6, 2015 – join us on our Internet Connection Meeting

Dear Friends, (FYI: Subscribe to the blog to keep up with the latest news and events at http://tmcimissions.org/) This is an invitation for you to join us in our Internet Connection Meetings (ICM) April 6, 2015. We hold 2 a month, except none in May this year, and you are welcome to join each time. …

Continue reading »

Mar 30

Charisma Daily News: 34,000 Black Churches Break Ties With Presbyterian Church USA

Charisma Daily news 34,000 Black Churches Break Ties With Presbyterian Church USA 2:30PM EDT 3/27/2015    Anthony Evans More than 34,000 churches are leaving the Texas PCUSA over gay marriage. (Flickr/Creative Commons) The National Black Church Initiative (NBCI), a faith-based coalition of 34,000 churches comprised of 15 denominations and 15.7 million African-Americans, has broken its fellowship …

Continue reading »

Mar 24

Short Term Mission Opportunities 2015 – Go into all the world!

Please contact each ministry or individual directly. SAMOA June 26-July 12 Website: 2015 Samoa Medical Mission Jun 26-Jul 12; for more information Steve Cromer or Eva Pele at  Missionofhopeusa@aol.com ________________________ South Dakota June 21-26 Indian Reservation Bullhead, South Dakota June 21-26 we will work on community clean up, home repairs, sidewalk Sunday school, home prayer …

Continue reading »

Mar 17

Effective Ministry part 2: Vision

  Most people start ministries because God has laid a vision on their heart. It is a God given passion that will benefit others. A vision without a Godly passion is just an idea that will leave you when the opposition comes. And, trust me, opposition will come. The opposition usually comes from well-meaning friends …

Continue reading »

Mar 05

Effective Ministry Part 1

The Lord has laid on our staff’s heart to start a ministry tips and tools blog. It is our goal to publish two per month via email and video. We will keep the teaching between five and eight minutes. We will start with some basic teaching but would welcome suggestions of a subject or subjects …

Continue reading »