You’ve been praying. You’re certain that God has impressed you with names of Facebook friends to share the Gospel with. Now what do you do?
Imagine receiving an eMail that gives you up-to-the minute ideas for your ministry. You’d also have several articles you could read from CCC global leaders.
Missional Women launches today.
Cru staffer, Laura Krokos, challenged over twenty women to write regularly on topics focused on helping women “to live on mission for the glory of God.”
Paper.li allows you to publish an online paper (either daily or weekly) with tweets from a Twitter list or through an RSS feed.
You might want to subscribe to CCC Staff Bloggers on paper.li to follow posts and tweets from our own CCC staff.
One year ago, I read this news article: B. C. cancer blogger’s final words go viral Derek Miller, a 41-year-old father of two, died from complications of colorectal cancer. He had […]
The 4th annual report on nonprofits and social networks is packed with insights into how nonprofits are leveraging social networks as part of their marketing, communications and fundraising strategies. Have a […]
I’m starting to collect blogs from our very own MKs. I’d love to grow this list, so please comment if you know of a meaningful blog built by Campus Crusade for Christ staff kids.
Guest post: “Several times a week, if not each day, I will receive multiple texts from a group of 5 women. We are able to share details that are relevant only to people who know our whole stories, who are invested in our lives.”
These women for me, and the men for my husband, have created this intimate community through texting. I know that when I text that group, there are 5 women who are immediately taking me to the throne of heaven and interceding for me. And, on the flip side, there are very few things that I enjoy more than interceding for these women in that way.