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Don Snow, PhD

author of and

Exceptional! For any mission organization, or for anyone using or hoping to use the teaching of English as a second or foreign language as a means of ministry opportunity, this book is a must-read. Jan Dormer has brought sense and sensitivity to a great ministry tool, protecting us from ministry abuse so common among those of us who rush in with zeal without knowledge. Jan dares to raise the level of expectation in missionary sensitivity, integrity, transparency, proficiency, authenticity, and competency. She makes me want to sign up! With an unequaled mix of the academic, missionary experience, and practical help, this book is bound to lead the way as the number-one textbook for this great endeavor.

Hubert Harriman

president, World Gospel Mission


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Papers from the Rethinking Forum

by: H. L. Richard (Author)

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Hindu traditions are diverse and complex. Simple summaries of Hindu beliefs and practices aren't adequate to explain their captivating allure for Hindus. This collection of papers from seasoned practitioners observes Hindu traditions and Hindu ministry from new angles, introducing new perspectives on ministry in Christ’s name that are relevant far beyond the Hindu world. Broad conceptual picturesand detailed practical advice is presented. Also highlighted are some remarkable Hindus who surrendered to Christ - and wrestled with the meaning of following Him in their Hindu families. This is the first book to turn to for pointers on sharing Christ with Hindus.

It is estimated that 86 percent of the Hindus of the world do not personally know a Christian. This illustrates the desperate need to take seriously our calling from God in His Word to do the hard–and sometimes painful–work of reexamining how we express our faith to people who are so different than us. The Rethinking Forum is focused on that very process. This book should challenge your thinking and stimulate you to action.

Greg H. Parsons

Global Director, US Center for World Mission

H. L. Richard has keenly researched the response patterns of the various communities of India to the gospel of Jesus Christ. The reasons for the resistance of the upper-caste groups became his pursuit. His concern to rethink Christianity led him to develop full-length books and to interpret the significance of men such as Narayan Vaman Tilak, R. C. Das, K. Subba Rao, and the works of many Indian Christian theologians.

I am glad that H. L. Richard leads the Rethinking Forum in the USA and travels to build indigenous followers of Christ outside the church in India. May God bless the writings of H. L. Richard to benefit the search for discovering new ways of kingdom growth in our religiously plural world.

| 17 Hard Truths Only the Enlightened Understand

I won’t pull punches here because I know the following applies to me, too.

Enlightenment isn’t all love and light. It’s not for wimps. Enlightenment embraces the truth. And the truth isn’t always pretty.

If you are seeking personal enlightenment, then you won’t get there by pretending.

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, that you may have to contend with along your path. And remember, acceptance is the first step to moving beyond them.

The rewards for understanding the following are detailed at the bottom of this article. Yes, there are some amazing benefits to confronting these tendencies. Keep that in mind. This is a tough list….

17 Hard Truths to Confront on the Path to Enlightenment

1. You secretly enjoy what you hate.

Hatred is a form of passion. And it contains an element of self-justification. If you hate other people, you undoubtedly think you are better than they are. Mixed into that sense of superiority-through-hatred is a self-justifying satisfaction . Dig for it. It’s there.

If you hate yourself, the same principle applies. Think about it.

I hate myself. This sentence assumes that I can be both the one who hates and the one who is hated. It divides your soul in two. Hating yourself is like saying, “One part of me thinks it is better than another part of me.”

Well, you’re taking perverse satisfaction in the self-justification, are you not? It’s self-sabotage all over again.

2. And you’re subconsciously seeking more of it!

We seek more of what we (secretly or openly) enjoy. If you’re getting some twisted pleasure out of hating, then you’ll seek more reasons to hate.

And the cycle repeats itself endlessly, doesn’t it? This is why such problems tend to last and last.

We are unwittingly sustaining them! Most often, we when truly want to change, we find a way to make it happen.

3. Your problems will never go away.

There will never be a time in life without problems to solve. Often, we think that if we are successful in our personal development, then we should arrive at problem-free state.

Not so.

As the late M. Scott Peck, MD so eloquently stated, “Life is a series of problems. Do we want to moan about them or solve them?”

If you love to solve problems, then you’ll be good at living.

4. You don’t really want to change.

Part of everyone craves familiarity. We all find safety in it. When misery is familiar, that doesn’t change a thing. We still find safety is the familiar misery.

And we cling to it. Making a change away from the misery seems scary. Who would I be without this? What would life be like?

Ellis Goldstein

National Director of Ministry Partner Development for Cru

Sandy has done an outstanding job of telling us how to build a partnership relationship with donors through motivating newsletters in very specific and practical ways.

Jerry Bridges

author of and other bestsellers

Sandy has done the hard work of diving into the details to help mediocre writers become good and to help good writers become even better. You won’t be disappointed.

Scott Morton

author of

This book is a “must read” for all missionaries who want to communicate effectively with their prayer and donor support teams. It is packed with practical ideas and examples. I have used many of the lessons from this book which has also become my reference “Bible” in writing prayer letters.

Bob Reehm

Navigator Representative and author

This book stirred my motivation for effective communication and gave practical helps. I used two of the ideas in an appeal letter and God brought an increase in funds.

Mike Schmid

Navigator Representative

Sometimes people lose interest in a ministry because of meager newsletters. Sandy brings a fresh and visual approach to help mission workers improve how they communicate on paper. Easy step-by-step processes, quality examples, helpful checklists, and fun anecdotes make this book necessary for any communicator.

Rev. Skip Taylor

Training Director for International Christian Ministries

For seven years, I served as senior pastor to a church that sponsored sixteen missionaries. Some of their newsletters garnered little attention; others gripped my heart. This book shows how to capture the reader’s heart. It is necessary for any missionary seeking to cultivate a broad and effective support base, and multiply his or her work for the Kingdom of God.

Roger VanDerWerken

U.S. Navy Chaplain and author

I wish this had been available to me years ago. I heartily recommend it.

Dr. Jerry White

former International Director of The Navigators

Table of Contents:

Acknowledgments Dedication Definitions and Icons Used Introduction


Chapter One – Why Write a Newsletter? 1. Newsletters Generate Prayer 2. Newsletters Show What God Is Doing 3. Newsletters Illustrate the Ministry and Inspire Continued Financial Support 4. Newsletters Offer Ministry Ideas 5. Newsletters Broaden Exposure to Missions 6. Newsletters Communicate Thanks

Chapter Two – Tips for Excellent Writing Tip 1: Include a Story Tip 2: Begin With a Bang Tip 3: Add a Picture and a Caption Tip 4: Choose One Theme Tip 5: Use Appealing Graphics, Design, and Layout Tip 6: Write With Vitality Tip 7: Personalize It Tip 8: Get Feedback

PART II – Essentials for Producing and SENDING Newsletters

Chapter Three – Production and Strategy Essentials 1. How Many People Should I Have On My Mailing List? 2. How Often Should I Send A Newsletter? 3. Should I Write Personal Notes on Each Newsletter? 4. How Do I Avoid Last-minute Chaos? 5. Should I Mention Financial Needs? 6. How Can I Segment My Mailing List to Manage Communication Issues? 7. What Can I Write about While Serving in Administration or Leadership?

Chapter Four – Sending and Mailing Essentials 1. Should I Mail My Newsletter With First Class Postage? 2. How Can I Get Address Updates Quicker? 3. How Can I Save Time and Money? 4. What Should I Do If I Have Not Sent a Newsletter for Ten Months? 5. What If I Cannot Afford to Send a Newsletter?

Chapter Five – E-mail, Facebook, Websites, and More 1. E-mail 2. Social Media 3. Other

Chapter Six – Sending Newsletters While Living Overseas 1. How Do I Send Newsletters When I Live Outside of My Home Country? 2. What if I Am on Home Ministry Assignment (Furlough)?

Chapter Seven - Final Thoughts

APPENDIX Checklist for Writing a Newsletter Checklist for Editing and Proofing a Newsletter Checklist for Keeping Donors Once You Get Them Examples of Donor Letters Fifty Ways of Saying “Thank You” to Your Giving Partners Bible Study on How a Thankful Spirit Transforms Newsletters REFERENCES RESOURCES

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How the CIM Worked to Reach the Tribes of Southwest China

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describes how members of the China Inland Mission engaged the tribes of Southwest China as part of their comprehensive plan to evangelize all of China from 1865 to 1951. That endeavor required the combined lifelong efforts of numerous missionaries, spanned several generations, and was invariably affected by events and decisions that occurred thousands of miles from where the actual ministry was taking place. The task was incomplete when the missionaries were forced to leave, but the foundations for the Church which were laid have stood. This book addresses the great challenges to cooperation that faced the missionaries. It also reveals the rich rewards that were obtained by the united efforts of committed Christians who had no timetable for withdrawal, but only an unwavering commitment to work together until the task was accomplished.

This book weaves together stories of successes and failures, struggles and triumphs of the China Inland Mission. The work among the tribal peoples and in particular the Miao and Lisu has been carefully researched. Two other key areas are explored in this book. Firstly, how modernity challenged the work and how the China Inland Mission responded to such challenges. Secondly, the issue of indigenous principle, or indigenization is explored. There is much food for thought in this book for those who are grappling with critical issues in modern day missions.


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