Keeping mission vision alive and growing A quarterly publication of Mission Data International

Resource highlight: Perspectives and The Journey Deepens

We’ve mentioned the semester-long missions class called Perspectives on the World Christian movement a few times already in Propel’s short history. It’s well worth mentioning again as Spring classes begin in just a week or two. Register now using the link following this blurb from the Perspective’s staff:

    If you want to live life with passion and purpose and discover God’s heart — Perspectives is the best course going. Find your place and time in ‘His-Story’ — take Perspectives. Perspectives is not so much a course as it is a “movement” involving tens of thousands of God’s people throughout the world finding their niche in God’s overall purpose to bless the nations. Since its beginning in 1974, dozens of other seminars, courses, and materials have been developed after the pattern of the course, both in the United States and abroad.

To find the class nearest you visit this link and type in your ZIP code.

If a smaller commitment is better for your schedule, give serious consideration to The Journey Deepens gatherings. Upcoming retreats are scheduled for March 7-9 in Oklahoma and April 18-20 in Illinois. From the website:

    “This weekend will deepen your relationship with Jesus and help you explore what it is like to be a missionary, discover whether a missionary or sender role is God’s fit for you, and connect with mission agencies. The core of the retreat and the key distinctive is the discussion groups with six prospects and two mentors which meet four times throughout the weekend. The retreat has separate groups for college students and high school seniors, young professionals in their 20s and 30s, adults of any age, singles and married couples. Meet others like you and compare maps on the journey. Discuss your compass with mentors who have journeyed into missions already.”

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