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Fear and Faith in Times of Economic Crisis
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“You believe God will meet all your needs, but you’re not sure he’ll provide all your wants and that’s what really frightens you, doesn’t it?”

I asked this question at a special evangelistic gathering of men in January 2009, right in the middle of the great financial meltdown.  None of these men were worried about being homeless or hungry.  But, to a man they admitted to periods of fear and sleepless nights, even the Christians present.  It was humbling for me to admit to them that I too had been afraid.  That set me on a journey to figure out why.

Why is it that even Christians worry?

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Planning a Family Mission Trip
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There was a time when I thought spending money on a missions trip, for me or anyone was a waste of money. My thinking was that rather than waste it on travel, why not just give it to the missionaries who actually need it?

I was wrong!

Think about all the money most of us spend or will spend for our children’s college education, paying good money for courses they’ll probably never use, or have little interest in.

On the other hand, money spent on a mission trip, if planned wisely could be one of the most valuable stewardship investments you’ll ever make to help you become a passionate and informed donor. Six months after my first missions trip in 1983, I put my business up for sale! It transformed how I thought of the kingdom of God and my place in it.

In this blog, I’ll be discussing a family missions trip, but many of the thought processes and planning also apply to a personal missions trip. (more…)

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