Tuesday, March 12, 2013

NEW MISSION BOOK FROM LCCTI

New Mission Book From LCCTI

 It's Tuesday.  Now What Do I Do?
It doesn't have to be a mystery.

"I need some help," a missionary wrote. "I bought into the vision of saturation church planting, the Great Commission and taking the Gospel to unreached people groups. I joined a mission sending agency, raised support, and now that I've been in this country three months, I'm stuck. I don't know how to get started.  It's Tuesday; what am I supposed to do today?"

"If you don't know where you're going, you might end up somewhere else."  Yoggi Berra

 

From my notes in teaching missionaries in over 40 countries, Tuesday is the first and best step in missionary preparation.

Mission committees  and churches should purchase this book; mission schools and training programs would do well to make this a part of their library.




WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT TUESDAY

Each page of this book contains enlivening pearls of wisdom and practical messages.  The author's passion and knowledge of miss work and missionaries are reeled and sustained throughout the reading. What makes this book unique is the author's inclusion of insightful examples readers can apply when adapting to a foreign country, such as: making friends, remaining aware of surroundings and networking.  Included in this book is a chapter on things NOT to do in ministry.  Anyone interested in serving in missions will find this book a valuable guide in knowing where to start when working overseas.

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A complimentary copy of Tuesday has been sent to monthly partners of LCCTI.   We hope that those who receive these books will want to purchase a copy for their missionary friends.

Send order to: LCCTI, PO Box 6900, Siloam Springs, AR 72761 or go to our website: Lewis-Training.com  (please add additional postage for bulk orders).



2 comments:

Roy Duncum said...

Thank you so much for traveling and speaking at our Perspectives Class in Rogers, AR Tuesday evening. These cultural differences need to be taught to each person involved in any form of missions. A must have for communication and isn't that the key?

Todd said...

Almost finished with your book, Dr. Lewis. Very informative and an enjoyable read. Thanks for sharing your wisdom. - Todd Adrian