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On Mission Magazine

On Mission is NAMB's award-winning flagship magazine, designed to help you be on mission where you work and live, as well as to highlight the work of missionaries across North America. Individual and bulk subscriptions are now free! - See more at: http://l.namb.net/onmission/#sthash.04II8SWr.dpuf

On Mission Magazine
On Mission is NAMB's award-winning flagship magazine, designed to help you be on mission where you work and live, as well as to highlight the work of missionaries across North America. Individual and bulk subscriptions are now free!
Resources
I know I am not alone Article, Video
June 8, 2017
“My first step toward obedience came when I read the book of Proverbs,” says Frank Brown, an Army veteran and classically trained chef. Frank has known hard times, but he has experienced God’s faithfulness in the midst of it all.
June 8, 2017
Jamie Thompson was born and raised in Humboldt Park in Chicago. By the time Jamie graduated college, Humboldt was a completely gentrified neighborhood, and many former residents moved to Garfield Park.
June 8, 2017
Fourteen-year-old Demaj Splunge walks confidently into Reborn Community Church in the Garfield Park neighborhood of Chicago. He’s been attending the church youth program since elementary school, and he’s happy to be there.
June 8, 2017
Roy Brown wasn’t sure what to make of the white guy in the storefront window. He seemed safe enough to watch his child, as long as other people were around. But what was he doing in Garfield Park?
February 28, 2017
Partner with the parents and make a plan that works for their child. As the child develops and gets older, the plan will probably need to evolve, so be sure to keep the communication with the parents fluid. Make sure the plan is communicated to your volunteers so everyone can take ownership.
I Have a Mission Article, Video
February 28, 2017
“God is the biggest chess player in the whole wide world,” says Native Nigerian Bennett Ekandem while sitting on a donated, plastic child’s chair in the hallway where he runs his makeshift after-school program called the Family...
I Have a Name Article, Video
February 28, 2017
In January 2002, several mutilated survivors celebrated the end of Sierra Leone’s 10-year civil war, free from neighboring Liberia’s rebel army. For 8-year-old Fatmata Bayoh, the end of the war meant the beginning of a new life in...
I Have a Friend Article, Video
February 28, 2017
When James Amar was born, his parent’s wept. Their son’s birth was an answer to quiet, hidden prayers since Christian prayer was not allowed in their tiny Burmese village. Amar’s grandparents were the first to be exiled from...