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Missionary work is hard work. It requires long hours with little to know pay. However it is very rewarding work. Recently I was given the honor to read Rosilind Jukic’s newest book ” The Missional Handbook“. It was truly insightful and a must have for anyone wanting to start the journey on becoming a missionary. I was able to catch up with Rosilind and have a sit down chat with her as she shared her inspiration for writing the book as well as a little bit more about her experiences.
My Interview With Rosilind:
Since reading this book my views on missionary work and how it is handled has changed dramatically. However this is a good thing. We were all called to be missionary’s in some shape or fashion it is however up to us as to whether we answer our call or not.
Inside “The Missional Handbook” you will find:
- Words of encouragement to those who may feel discouraged at the process.
- Helpful tips to get you started and to continue growth
- Discover different ways that you can serve in the missionary fields both afar, in your communities and even in your own home.
- Different ways to cut costs and utilize technology in your ministry.
- Testimonies from others serving in the missionary field.
- And so much more……………………
Now “The Missional Handbook” goes on sale May 5th. I truly believe it is a must have for those running online ministries, running ministries in local churches, working toward reaching their community and those who are planning to take their ministry afar.
If your heart is beating, you are called to be a missionary. ~Rosilind Jukic
Are you willing to answer the call? Then this book is for you.
Until Next Time Just Keep Soaring 4 Him,
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