An Evening in Mingouwee: Ideas to Promote Missions
By: Jim & Sharon Fleming
Here is a collection of creative, workable ideas to wake up your assembly, small group, Sunday School class, or family to the needs beyond their immediate world. Written with assemblies in mind, this book promotes praying for, supporting, and going out as missionaries who follow the principles found in the New Testament.
The book includes a list of recommended resources and numerous addresses to help facilitate gathering information on assembly missionaries.
As you work to raise missions interest, you will want to consult the pages of this book over and over for its suggestions which will in turn help you come up with your own ideas for raising ministry interest in your group.
Jim and Sharon Fleming grew up 10,000 miles apart in homes where serving in missions was a priority.Two years after they were married, they were commended by their home assemblies to work in Latin American cities, first moving to Lima, Peru where they lived for eight years, working in church planting, Bible teaching, counseling, and pastoring. Their first three children were born there. In 1992 they moved to Bogot?, Colombia where Jim helped begin an evening Bible school for the many assemblies there. Jim’s current ministry is that of International Coordinator for Emmaus Correspondence School, a division of ECS Ministries.
Publisher: ECS Ministries (2009)
Weight: 0.20 lbs
Size: 8.5 x 5.5″
Author: Fleming, Jim & Sharon