November 16, 2014
Welcome to our Global Missions Sunday Toolkit - a brand new package of materials you can use on November 16th, to raise the level of passion and vision for what God is doing in the wider world, with a particular focus on the Alongsiders movement.
Global Mission Sunday Resources
1. Bible Study with discussion questions for small groups
This one page Bible Study on Luke 9 can be used by individuals or small groups (cell groups). It is a challenging look at the feeding of the 5000 entitled, "Global Missions: it's NOT what you think."
The Bible Study includes a second page with 6 discussion questions designed to help your small group go deeper into the text and a Case Study of one of our Alongsiders that perfectly illustrates the main point.
Download the study by clicking on the cover (right).
2. Alongsiders November Update + Prayer Points (Powerpoint Presentation)
Help your congregation connect with the latest Alongsiders news by using this simple 5 slide Powerpoint Presentation.
The presentation includes photos and brief updates on what God is doing through the Alongsiders movement in 3 countries.
Simply click the image on the right and download.
3. Personal Video Greeting
If you have time in your service on November 16 we would love to record a 60 second personalized video greeting from Cambodia for your congregation. Just let us know and we will upload the video and send you the link.
4. Fridge Magnets
Add some global awareness to your fridges with this magnet featuring the inspiring story of 13 year old Minea and her Alongsider, Sarorn. This is a special friendship that has helped Minea overcome rejection and disability.
Just let us know by October 15th, how many magnets you need for your congregation. We can send them with, or without, magnets attached.
5. Global Missions Sunday Video (with a focus on vulnerable children)
This short video was put together by Lausanne to help churches focus their worship and prayers on Global Missions Sunday.
It is not specifically Alongsiders footage or content, but highlights the needs of vulnerable children in the developing world.