Be part of something big

Want to be part of something big? Something more meaningful than going to work and getting a paycheck? Done with college or close to retirement? Wondering if God has a place for you in his kingdom work? One great way to find out is Entrust’s STEP initiative. We’ll pair you with a seasoned kingdom worker, help you get overseas and put you to work in ministry, all the while helping you process what’s going on, exploring God’s will for the next phase of your life. Check it out! www.entrust4.org/STEP

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Be part of something big

Mentorship

Mentoring is inevitable. It happens as friends talk, as parents spend time with their kids, as Uncle Bernie takes little Corey fishing, as the boss shows the employee how the new laser printer works. Other times it’s more structured and focused on personal growth. Both are good. At Entrust, we love mentoring and see it as key to our mandate to multiply leaders for multiplying churches. If you’re eager to be mentored in your walk with Christ, consider author Randy Alcorn’s five practical steps for getting started. And don’t be surprised if somewhere along the way, someone asks you to mentor them!

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Mentorship

Take heart

2017 10 13 - black catYou will hear the phrase “Friday, the 13th no less than 87 times today. No less than 129 theories exist as to how we ever got the notion that a 13th day of the month on a Friday is somehow “bad luck.” The whole idea of “luck” is kind of an odd one really, when you think about it. No data exists to prove that worse things happen on this kind of day than any other. What does is exist is this. God made time. He made you. He knows what will happen every day of your life. Today will not surprise him. No need to fear. Go into it with joy!

Take heart

OCG Challenge #18

Whether you’ve been hanging out regularly with your cross-generational friend or are just getting started on this thing we call Operation CrossGen, no matter. Jump on in now. Get with someone of a different generation than your own and have conversation about commitment. Find out what/who your friend feels committed to, how they define that word. Where have they seen positive or negative examples of commitment? Ask, listen and seek to understand. Don’t fix!

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OCG Challenge #18