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!
Farming God’s way. What does that mean? Local farmers learned all about it when teachers from South Africa visited Kurdistan last fall. Entrust’s Fuad N., Kurdish and South African farmers learned and were encouraged together while gaining new ideas about farming methods in the fields of Kurdistan.
Do you possess that unique combination of management skills, people skills and a heart for God? If so, you be just the person we’re asking God for. We are actively searching for a president! This person will work closely with our CEO to help Entrust fulfill its vision and strategic plan, to multiply leaders for multiplying churches worldwide, to the glory of God. Find out more at the link below.
Europeans love their gelato. In cups, cones, spoons or bowls, indoors or outdoors, walking or sitting, in spring, summer or fall (not so much in winter – it’s considered unhealthy to eat cold things during cold weather), men, women, children and pets enjoy gelato. Entrust got its start in central Europe. A lot of gelato has been consumed over the course of some 40 years of church ministry training. One of those sweet blessings God provides when we follow where he leads!
William Tyndale died 483 years ago today, burned at the stake for his commitment to the Bible. He’d just spent a year as a prisoner in a Belgian dungeon, being punished and still trying to finish his English-language translation of the Old Testament. Prior to that, he lived more or less in hiding in the German colonies, translating the Greek New Testament into English, forced to flee British clergy who were strongly opposed to a Bible their people could actually read. Tyndale’s love for the Bible surpassed all. He gave his life for it. Psalm 119:72 says “The law from your mouth is more precious to me than thousands of pieces of silver and gold.” How valuable is God’s word to you? Think about it. Read it!
Eight dedicated learners from a nation in southern Africa celebrated graduation this summer with joyful worship. They’d completed a course of training through More than a Mile Deep (MMD), Entrust’s ministry partner in the southern part of Africa. MMD’s training in this country is accredited by South African Theological Seminary and is both highly academic and deeply practical. God is using MMD to transform lives, churches and communities. Congratulations, graduates! Know that your brothers and sisters around the world are praying for you as you carry on your ministries for God’s glory.