Our Key Priorities in 2021

A Thanksgiving Message from our team
November 26, 2020
Merry Christmas
December 24, 2020

Our Key Priorities in 2021

With a new year only days away, we covet your prayers for some important plans for our ministry.

We will share more about these in 2021, but in the meantime, please pray that the Lord would go before and with us as we:

  • develop our discipleship program
  • grow new leaders
  • expand our social media presence
  1. Discipleship

We currently offer a basic discipleship program, but we plan to develop a fuller curriculum at a much deeper level. Because of this, a new generation of leaders will be trained…

  1. Leadership

Many of those who complete our discipleship training will become leaders within their own communities. These leaders will work with our follow-up team so that groups of disciples can grow and multiply.

  1. Social media

We’re conscious that we need to widen our vision in this area, so we’ll seek to expand our team as well as the platforms we use. We’re going to intentionally learn more about our audience, their habits, and interests—where they go online and what they like to watch and listen to. This will help us develop better content that meets people’s needs and draws them to Christ.

Hungry for Knowledge

I wanted to know about Christ and Christianity, so I began searching with an open mind.

I had questions about the Trinity and Christ’s divinityhow He was not just a prophet. Miracle Connect gave me detailed answers to these questions.

I learned about Jesus Christ’s love and redemption and I accepted the Lord as my Savior, but this has been in complete secrecy, due to where I live.

I am very hungry for knowledge.

(Nassim*, North Africa)

 

Investing in Miracle Connect

We ask you to prayerfully consider making a donation to Miracle Connect’s ministry. There is no gift too small, and, if you live in the US, we are able to provide a tax receipt for any gift you make.

Please also thank God for the wonderful team of men and women who have served our ministry this year. It has not been the easiest time—and yet we have seen the Lord work in many lives, including our own.

* Name changed to protect identity

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