How I Lost $1,500,000 In Missions: (And What I Learned from My Mistakes) (Paperback)

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Consider Getting the Greatest Return on Your Investment in Missions...this book may turn your missions dollars into saving thousands instead of just reaching hundreds for Christ Mission goals, options available to the goals, due diligence, and opportunity costs analysis all helped us to be better stewards of the mission money God had entrusted to us. As we learned, we quickly shifted mission giving to much higher impact areas, and by God's grace began to see more than a hundred thousand people come to Christ, become discipled, and helped through our support for missions. My prayer is that the Church and you, a believer motivated by the Great Commission, will learn from our mistakes -John Addink John Addink has written a must-read primer for anyone who desires to understand the principles of giving to overseas missions. Read this book and learn from John's wisdom. -Randall Kennedy, Strategy Director, The Maclellan Foundation, Inc. John Addink possesses the heart of a giver, the mind of a visionary and the experience of a successful leader. God has used this remarkable combination all over the world to bring others to Christ. He has come alongside our ministry as well as many other ministries to support, encourage and challenge us to greater outcomes. Through 'How I Lost $1.5 in Missions', John offers a thought provoking perspective on ministry and giving, this will challenge your thinking. -Josh McDowell John Addink's experience as a businessman, innovator, and entrepreneur taught him a lot about investing in the right things; sometime applying costly lessons to correct his course. Lessons learned in business losses and gains are exceedingly valuable for missions giving too. Maybe mission donors have not always understood that, but John has and that has made the difference in his missions giving strategy. This book is timely reading for churches, mission agencies, and donors because God is using business experience and wisdom in twenty-first century mission giving like never before. -Gilles Gravelle, Ph.D. Author of The Age of Global Giving and A Guide for Donors and Funding Recipients of Our Time John Addink is a businessman, entrepreneur, inventor, and national mission donor. He holds a Ph.D. in irrigation engineering from Colorado State University and has worked at the University of Nebraska

Product Details
ISBN: 9781545657430
ISBN-10: 1545657432
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication Date: January 31st, 2019
Pages: 102
Language: English