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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Newsletter - August 2017

SfK Newsletter Vol. 2017-08
August 9, 2017
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"You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love."
(Galatians 5:13)
 

Business as Service

An excerpt from The Missional Entrepreneur by Mark Russell
Jesus said He “did not come to be served, but to serve” (Matthew 20:28). This act of serving is one of the greatest virtues of the Christian faith and is expressed in numerous parables, teachings, and commandments. Paul encouraged his readers to “serve one another in love” (Galatians 5:13). In the context of work, he told employees to “serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord and not men” (Ephesians 6:7). Peter said we should use our gifts “to serve others” (1 Peter 4:10). He encouraged church leaders to be “not greedy for money, but eager to serve” (1 Peter 5:2). John reminded us that our ultimate purpose is to “serve God” (Revelation 1:6; 5:10).         
Serving people is a foundational Christian teaching. Jesus taught what has been called the Golden Rule: “Do to others what you would have them do to you” (Matthew 7:12). Serving people, by treating them the way we desire to be treated, tends to produce reciprocal action. If you treat people right then they will tend to treat you right. Furthermore, there is an internal liberation that occurs when we serve others that strengthens us and makes us better equipped to deal with the challenges of life.
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MINISTRY UPDATES
 
  • Finally, a long-pending investment in Skybay Thailand has been completed. Praise the Lord! This marks the first investment for SfK Ministries. It has taken a lot longer than we anticipated primarily because of the complex regulatory requirements. We are deeply grateful to God for His guidance.
  •  We are very close to completing SfK Ministries second investment. There are a few remaining paperwork to be done, but we are making progress.  
  • On August 3, SfK Korea held its first board meeting. During this meeting, additional capital has been pledged to be injected strengthening the capital base. Also, the board resolved to run the first BAM Fund by September 30.  Although the size may not be as significant as we hoped for, we agreed to take it as the portion of God's grace allotted for SfK Ministries at present. For His grace, we are grateful. If you are interested in participating in this BAM Fund, please let us know by sending your interest to wson@sfklife.org or jlee@sfklife.org prior to September 30.
  • SfK Shared Accounting Service (SAS) - We have selected a cloud-based accounting application; the basic chart of accounts has been established; and the user's manual is currently under development. This SAS will be made available to missional businesses at an affordable cost.
  •  SfK Webinar Platform - SfK Ministries is developing an affordable, yet fairly powerful, webinar platform. This webinar platform will be used to educate missional businesses after their basic boot camp training of SfK MBA. 

UPCOMING EVENTS & PRAYER REQUESTS
 
  1. August 20-24, 2017:  Freedom Business Alliance Forum, Chiang Mai, Thailand.  Jeffrey plans to attend this forum where many freedom businesses help provide economic solutions to economic problem of human trafficking. He will provide consulting and mentoring services for freedom businesses. Please pray that the forum will strengthen and empower freedom businesses to free the people trapped in human trafficking.
  2. September 11-15, 2017:  K-BAM Consultation, Mt. Sorak, Korea.  This gathering of BAMers has produced significant outcomes over the past several years. Peter Lee, CEO of Skybay Thailand, will attend on behalf of SfK Ministries. Please pray that this year's event will be even more fruitful than before.
  3. September 14-16, 2017:  TBN of Asia Conference, Jakarta, Indonesia.  Jeffrey plans to attend this conference in hopes to make important contacts and develop relationships with missional entrepreneurs who are making significant transformation impact in the lives of people, particularly in Indonesia. Please pray that the conference will bear much fruit in honoring God and empowering transformation businesses in Asia.
  4. September 15-17, 2017:  BAM Conference, Dallas, Texas.  A few board members of SfK Life will attend this growing conference. If you are interested, please register through www.bamconference.com. Please pray that many people will be enlightened about the effectiveness of BAM and will commit to engage themselves in this worldwide movement.
  5. September 18-27, 2017:  SfK MBA, Chiang Mai, Thailand.  This bootcamp training for missional entrepreneurs draws interest from many industries and several countries. It is open to start-ups, but more appropriate for missional entrepreneurs who have some field experiences. If you are interested in attending this MBA, please request the application by sending an e-mail to  plee@sfklife.org  or  peter.lee.tmc@gmail.comPlease pray that this important training program will be well prepared and effectively run to produce Kingdom impact in the hearts and minds of missional entrepreneurs. 
  6. October 30-November 2017 SfK MBA, Kigali, Rwanda.  This will be an MBA held exclusively for missional or potential missional entrepreneurs in Kigali Diocese of Rwanda Anglican Church. Please pray that it will produce future trainers in this important reforming country of Rwanda and beyond.  
 

Until we have more updated SfK News, may the good and faithful Lord bless you richly so that you may become a greater blessing to many in need around you!
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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Business as Service...

Business as Service
An excerpt from The Missional Entrepreneur by Mark Russell

Jesus said He “did not come to be served, but to serve” (Matthew 20:28). This act of serving is one of the greatest virtues of the Christian faith and is expressed in numerous parables, teachings, and commandments. Paul encouraged his readers to “serve one another in love” (Galatians 5:13). In the context of work, he told employees to “serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord and not men” (Ephesians 6:7). Peter said we should use our gifts “to serve others” (1 Peter 4:10). He encouraged church leaders to be “not greedy for money, but eager to serve” (1 Peter 5:2). John reminded us that our ultimate purpose is to “serve God” (Revelation 1:6; 5:10).
            
Serving people is a foundational Christian teaching. Jesus taught what has been called the Golden Rule: “Do to others what you would have them do to you” (Matthew 7:12). Serving people, by treating them the way we desire to be treated, tends to produce reciprocal action. If you treat people right then they will tend to treat you right. Furthermore, there is an internal liberation that occurs when we serve others that strengthens us and makes us better equipped to deal with the challenges of life.
            
As previously defined, a business is an organization that creates and/or distributes goods and/or services and relies on financial profit for survival, success, and expansion capability. Although profit is a controversial aspect of business, it is also an indication that business is effectively distributing its goods and services. If society does not want or need these goods and services, then this is reflected in the related loss of profits to the business. This causes the business to respond and adapt, either serving its people in a meaningful way or closing shop. Business cannot survive much less thrive if it is not serving people. Service is a way to imitate the Creator. As C. William Pollard, former CEO of ServiceMaster, writes in Serving Two Masters? Reflections on God and Profit, “We seek to honor God as an end goal and recognize that growing profitably is a means goal.”1
            
Though society needs many different activities, including many that are not profit-oriented, the profit mechanism ensures that businesses are at least serving some people. Profit should not be the guiding rule of thumb for all organizations, but it is an effective tool in many cases for business. One of the weaknesses of many nonprofit and faith-based organizations is that they do not have internal feedback mechanisms to properly evaluate if they are truly serving their constituents. I have consulted with several nonprofit organizations and churches that had no idea if they were effectively serving their people. They had no built-in system to determine that. Many even rejected the idea that they should develop such a system, preferring to “trust God.” But if we really want to serve people and serve them well, we need to have a means of determining whether or not we are achieving this goal.
            
However, it should be noted that just because a business is making a profit does not mean that it is truly serving people. It could be manipulating them, exploiting them, or providing them with a destructive product, like drugs, pornography, and the like. There is also the issue of the production of perceived needs through advertising. Unfortunately, many businesses attempt to make consumers believe they need a product that they really do not. This has been a criticism of many pharmaceutical companies. As one medical doctor told me, “The medicine with the most life-saving potential for people over 50 is aspirin. Look through all your news mags and pore through all the full-page ads for expensive drugs, but you will see none for aspirin. If pharmaceutical companies were interested in people’s heath, they would put out big ads for aspirin, but since aspirin is cheaper than dirt, they don’t try to sell it.”
            
Obviously, businesses need money to survive but to fulfill their spiritual mission businesses should seek to serve the most people as effectively as possible. This means that when inexpensive means exist they should not falsely create the perception that a more expensive and less effective item is needed. This is a disservice to society.
            
However, for a legitimate business to make a profit, it must serve people. This is beneficial to society and can be an authentic spiritual act. Serving people aligns us once again with the way the Creator designed us to be. Functioning in accordance with our created design not only has personal benefits, but also benefits society and increases the effectiveness of human activity. Service is an inherently spiritual part of business. The benefits of a service orientation for business are widely acknowledged.

            
Of course, a pastor or theologian may be tempted to critique business in this regard saying that the acts of service are diminished because they are done in pursuit of profit. Clearly the heart’s intent of a person’s actions does have spiritual consequences. If a person habitually engages in seemingly righteous behavior for personal monetary gain, then that person needs to be corrected in order to live an authentic spiritual life. However, serving people to increase effectiveness and the productivity of a business should not be perceived as wrong. Rather it is authentically spiritual because it is a natural way that business aligns human activity with our original created design.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Newsletter - July 2017

SfK Newsletter Vol. 2017-07
July 9, 2017
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A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.
(John 13:34,35)
 

SHALOM

3rd Installation of The Missional Entrepreneur by Mark Russell series

The spiritual mission of business is not to establish a kingdom of wealth and power but to bring the kingdom of God into tangible reality. The kingdom of God can be most simply defined as God’s reign. So, the kingdom is the manifestation of God’s ideals, principles, values, and will. It can also be understood as a physical expression of a spiritual reality. Continue...

MINISTRY UPDATES
 
  • Jehovah Jireh! God Provides! God has sent a few key Kingdom Fellows to help share the burden to carry out the ministry. Ms. Kaye Min has joined SfK as the Regional Director for Resource Development (New York/New Jersey). God has also sent us Mr. Danile Ryumugabe as the Director of Transformation, Let us welcome these valuable assets to God's Kingdom and share the excitement of having them on board with SfK Ministries!  Visit www.sfkministries.org to learn more about our SfK's new Kingdom Fellows.  
    
  • SfK would also like to welcome Evangelene as an accounting professional to kick-start SfK's Shared Accounting Service. She is from originally from Singapore, but currently lives in Kigali, Rwanda. Praise be to the Lord! We are continually looking for additional accounting professionals to formalize the shared accounting services. 
  • IBA Leaders Forum (June 19-21) and IBA Conference (June 23,24) - Jeffrey participated in both events and delivered a presentation about how to help the socially disadvantaged people sustain themselves with innovative finance. During these events, the Lord led Jeffrey to meet several Kingdom minded people. We are excited to see what God has in store for these new relationships!
  • SfK's implementing member in Thailand, Skybay Thailand, has been registered with the Thai Government and its registration under the Thai American Amity Treaty is now in process. We are hopeful the process will be completed in mid-July.  Once completed, additional capabilities will be established for Skybay Thailand.
  • SfK has decided to hold two important Missional Business Academy (MBA) sessions in Chiang Mai and in Rwanda. For more details on the event, please see the "upcoming events" section below.

UPCOMING EVENTS & PRAYER REQUESTS
  1. August 3, 2017:  SfK Korea's first board meetingPlease pray that this important meeting will help lay the foundation right for the next steps.
  2. August 20-24, 2017:  Freedom Business Forum is to take place in Chiang Mai, Thailand. This forum will focus on how to free people trapped in human trafficking through missional businesses carried out with the love of Jesus Christ. Jeffrey plans to attend this important event. Please pray that powerful relationships and alliances may develop from the forum to bring glory to God who created all human beings in His image.
  3. September 11-15, 2017:  K-BAM Gathering in Mt. Sorak, Korea. Previously called BAM Global Consultation, this gathering is for Korean BAMers and those who are strongly interested in BAM. Please pray that this gathering will help develop an effective network of Korean BAMers to multiply the Kingdom impact.  
  4. September 15-17, 2017:  BAM Conference in Dallas, Texas. BAM Global will hold this conference that attracts a growing number of people who are interested in BAM. If you are interested in attending this conference, please register through www.bamconference.com. Please pray that this conference will produce a significant impact on people who will attend. 
  5. September 14-16, 2017:  Transformational Business Network (TBN) of Asia Conference to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia. This conference pulls not only businesses that seek transformation but also investors who are willing to put impact capital in these businesses. Please pray that the conference will be fruitful. 
  6. September 18-27, 2017:  SfK MBA (Missional Business Academy) Chiang Mai 2017.  SfK Ministries plans to hold this training session regularly so that missional entrepreneurs may plan to attend in advance. This training session is open primarily for existing missional businesses, but may also accept those who have strong commitment to starting up a missional business. We plan to hold a Business Plan Contest along with this MBA. Please pray that the preparation will be made prayerfully and thoughtfully.
  7. October 30-November 10, 2017:  SfK MBA Kigali 2017 II.  This MBA is to equip trainers or committed missional entrepreneurs selected from hundreds of churches within the Kigali Diocese of Rwanda Anglican Church. Please pray that this MBA may raise up several effective trainers who will trickle down to other Rwandan entrepreneurs who will share the vision and mission designed for missional businesses.  
  8. Kingdom Fellows for Accounting Professionals and Resource Development - A few people have responded to this calling and we are deeply grateful for God's provision. We are continually looking for additional fellow Kingdom workers who will share their talents to carry out this noble task of nurturing and empowering missional businesses in Asia and Africa. Please let us know via info@sfklife.org if the Holy Spirit leads you to join our ministry. Please pray with us and for us so that this essential services may be fully functional to support missional businesses that produce significant transformation impact for His Kingdom and the people they serve.
 
Until our next update, may God bless you richly so that you may become a greater blessing to your neighbors!
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Friday, July 7, 2017

Shalom


Excerpt #3 from The Missional Entrepreneur by Mark Russell

The spiritual mission of business is not to establish a kingdom of wealth and power but to bring the kingdom of God into tangible reality. The kingdom of God can be most simply defined as God’s reign. So, the kingdom is the manifestation of God’s ideals, principles, values, and will. It can also be understood as a physical expression of a spiritual reality.             

The kingdom of God is not an esoteric, abstract concept; rather it is observable and concrete. When we see expressions of love, generosity, and grace these can be said to be a glimpse of the kingdom of God. This is not to say that everything about the kingdom of God is observable and physical. The kingdom of God refers to God’s reign over all things, both visible and invisible, both physical and spiritual, throughout all of creation. But it is, as Methodist missionary and theologian E. Stanley Jones pointed out, realism and not idealism.
            
Jesus came preaching the kingdom of God. It is His primary message as well as the message of Scripture. It is something real that has been happening for all eternity and since the beginning of time. Thus it has a historical quality. It is the unfolding story of God throughout creation. It is seen through the Old Testament, particularly in the concept of shalom, which is typically defined and translated as peace. However, it carries a stronger connotation than peace. It is more of a worldview where all things function in harmony.
            
Like shalom, the kingdom of God is a holistic paradigm, meaning that it covers every area of life. It is not simply about church activities or Sunday sermons, although these are definitely a part. It is focused on God’s redemptive plan of reconciling all things unto himself (Colossians 1:20).
            
God’s enemies oppose His kingdom. They are attempting to establish their own kingdoms and seek through antagonistic and antithetical practices to bring harm to the kingdom of God. Human Human uman beings choose which kingdom they will promote. Though they may not be aware of the importance of their choices, they are responsible for them.
            
The kingdom of God is one of grace, mercy, love, justice, righteousness, and judgment. Though these may seem like mutually contradictory aspects, they are not. God in His wisdom and sovereignty rightfully balances these aspects and the tension involved in human responsibility and the results of our moral choices.
            
Many Christians think of the kingdom of God purely in future terms. However, there is biblical warrant for understanding the kingdom of God as being manifested on earth in the current age, at least in part. Christ prayed for the kingdom to come and God’s will to be done on earth as it is in heaven (Matthew 6:10). Would it not be odd for Christ to pray for the kingdom to come if it were purely a heavenly reality? Failing to understand the present reality of the kingdom of God has caused many Christians to become withdrawn or inactive.
            
Business can be at the forefront of creating chaos or it can bring spiritual good into physical reality. The integration of economic and social systems transpiring in the world today is most commonly referred to by the term globalization. The reality of globalization means that we are more interdependent than ever before. Now, when we call a customer service line we are likely to be connected to someone in another country. But it is not just offshore call centers. It’s everything. Businesses of all types are integrated around the world. Supply chains spread across continents and wire transfers unite financial institutions just as fiber-optic cables across the ocean floor enable us to communicate broadly and quickly. 

            
Nearly every day I relate with people in several different countries. For the most part I use email, but I also frequently have video conference calls over the Internet. On some days I’ll communicate directly with people in more than ten different countries. Most of it I’ll do through the Internet, without any fees charged to me. We are living in interesting days, indeed.
            
As the world is becoming increasingly integrated, we are becoming more aware and knowledgeable of various illnesses, injustices, problems, and suffering around the world. The population in developing countries is growing exponentially. Sadly, suffering instead of success is accompanying this increase. Every day, almost 2,000 babies are infected with HIV, either during pregnancy, at birth, or through breastfeeding.1 A sixth of the world’s countries receive two-thirds of the world’s income. For every $1 created through exports, $0.03 goes to low-income countries.2 More than 2.8 billion people live on less than $2 a day, and 1.2 billion people live on $1 or less.3
            
Business can be a means of bringing justice to the poor and disenfranchised around the world. Or it can be a way to exploit them and/or the natural resources of their land. Jesus called us to love our neighbor (Matthew 22:37–39). In our new global reality, our neighbor can be rightfully understood as numerous people groups scattered around the globe.
            
This love for God and neighbor needs to be the foundational principle on which the missional entrepreneur stands. Christ said this love for God and neighbor was of utmost importance (Matthew 22:37–39). Paul said that love was the greatest attribute (1 Corinthians 13:13). John wrote, “Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God…If anyone says, ‘I love God,’ yet hates his brother, he is a liar. For anyone who does not love his brother, whom he has seen, cannot love God, whom he has not seen” (1 John 4:7, 20). We must emphasize the importance of love in all that we do, including business.
            
Business as mission reflects a desire for the kingdom of God to be manifested in a substantive way in the present age. When business fulfills its spiritual mission it can contribute significantly to creating economic shalom for many of the world’s peoples.

            
Missional entrepreneurs can have an important and vital role in an age of economic globalization. They can serve as practical extensions of the church to relieve people’s sufferings, and they can demonstrate physically the love of God by loving their neighbor. In doing this they can extend the kingdom of God, God’s reign on earth, and spread the shalom of God around the world.

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Newsletter - June 2017

SfK Newsletter Vol. 2017-06
June 7, 2017
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And he is not served by human hands, as if he needed anything, because he himself gives all men life and breath and everything else.
(Acts 17:25)



 
 

Muslim village transformed through prayer, Christian business people and owls 
The following article is an excerpt from the personal blog of Mats Tunehag with permission.


It was warm and humid. One may say almost too hot for a Swede. But the story that emerged was more than cool.
I listened to the mayor of a small Muslim village. We sat outside his house, drank tea and nibbled on fruit, nuts and sweets. He was enthusiastic and composed. As a devout Muslim he had come to appreciate Christian business people in a way that surprised him. There is a long and sometimes violent history of severe distrust and tension between Muslims and Christians in Indonesia.
The village used to be quite poor. Rats ate 40 percent of the crops every year. These creatures also spread disease. Collaboration for irrigation was non-existent. There was a lack of entrepreneurial spirit and seemingly no-one thought about praying for a difference.

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Mats Tunehag is speaker, writer and consultant from Sweden and has worked in about half the countries of the world. For the last 20 years he has had a special focus on developing the Business as Mission, BAM. In 2002 he initiated and co-led the first global think tank on BAM, which produced the Lausanne Paper on BAM as well as the BAM Manifesto (2004).  In 2011 he and Mrs Jo Plummer developed another much bigger global think tank on Business as Mission with over 30 national, regional and international working groups. Tunehag is a senior leader on Business as Mission in both the Lausanne Movement and World Evangelical Alliance, and he lectures globally on Business as Mission. 


The following article is the second in the series of excerpts from The Missional Entrepreneur by Mark Russell.
Partnering with the Creator
Excerpt from The Missional Entrepreneur by Mark Russell
 
 One of the most notable things about the Genesis creation account, seen in all of Scripture actually, is that God desires to work through humans to carry out His mission in the world. Consider the creation of human beings. God created Adam and Eve in two distinct ways: Adam from dirt and Eve from Adam’s rib. He was undoubtedly capable of creating more human beings in innumerable ways. However, instead of making human beings ad nauseum by Himself, He invited Adam, Eve, and their descendants to do so with Him. His first command was to “be fruitful and increase in number” (Genesis 1:28).

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MINISTRY UPDATES
  • Lausanne Movement and BAM Global Think Tank published the Wealth Creation Manifesto in May. Please CLICK HERE to review it. 
  • SfK Board Meeting was held in Los Angeles on May 13, 2017. All board members were present from six different time zones. The board held a productive discussion and made important decisions, including approval of Vision 2020 and our 4-year strategic plan.  
  • World Mission University BAM Class - Jeffrey together with three guest speakers (Tom Phillips, Mark Russell, Brian Chun) led a class titled "Principles and Practices of BAM" at World Mission University in Los Angeles from May 8 - 19, 2017. A total 10 undergraduate and graduate students participated in the class.  Participants have given great feedback with many saying their perspective on business has fundamentally changed. Praise the Lord! 
  • SfK Ministries has two important investments currently underway.

UPCOMING EVENTS & PRAYER REQUESTS
  1. IBA Leaders Forum (June 19-21) and IBA Conference BAM Prism (June 23,24) - IBA is a representative platform for BAM in Korea, playing an active role in mobilizing and training Korean BAM practitioners. Jeffrey will be a keynote speaker on Innovative Finance to Help the Socially Disadvantaged at both events.  Please pray that the gatherings will inspire and motivate many people. 
  2. SfK Korea will hold its first board meeting on August 3Please pray that this board meeting will lay the necessary foundation for future ministries. 
  3. Transformational Business Network (TBN) of Asia will hold its annual conference in Jakarta, Indonesia during September 14-16, 2017. SfK Ministries will be participating in reviewing business plan proposals from impact entrepreneurs. Please pray that all participants will experience God's presence and witness His power. Also pray that important contacts will develop for SfK Ministries to establish presence in Indonesia, a predominantly Islamic nation.  
  4. BAM Conference in Dallas in September 15-17, 2017. - BAM Global will hold its annual conference this year in Dallas. This insightful conference will challenge you to reconsider the role a business can play and how you can help redeem business as mission. To learn more about the conference and register, please go to: http://bamconference.com/.  Please pray that more people of God will respond positively to the call for business as mission.
  5. SfK MBA (Missional Business Academy) Chiang Mai 2017 - SfK Ministries will hold its missional business academy in Chiang Mai, Thailand during September 18-27, 2017. This intensive practical training about BAM will equip participants to better understand what BAM is and to prepare and present actual missional business plans. SfK Ministries plans to hold this MBA annually in Chiang Mai. This year's training will be conducted in Korean. A Business Plan Contest will also be implemented. Please send your inquiry to info@sfklife.org to learn more about this training. Please pray that this first event of the planned annual training program in Chiang Mai will be well prepared and produce a significant impact in all participants.   
  6. SfK MBA Kigali 2 will take place in Kigali, Rwanda from October 28-November 10, 2017This MBA will be held for missional business entrepreneurs from Kigali Diocese of Rwanda Anglican Church. The training will be conducted in English, but the trained participants should be able to train the next generation participants in Kinyarwanda. Please pray the preparations are thoroughly adequate to train a significant number of trainers to lead and equip Rwandan business people in Kinyarwanda.  
  7. Seeking Kingdom Fellows - SfK Ministries continue seeking Kingdom Fellows who have been blessed with knowledge and skills in accounting, who may lead our efforts in establishing Shared Accounting ServicesPlease pray that the Lord will send someone in His time.
  8. We also continue seeking Kingdom Fellows to help us with Resource Development in the following regions: Los Angeles, Dallas, Denver, Atlanta and Memphis/Birmingham. God has sent Kaye Min to SfK Ministries who will cover New York and New Jersey Regions. Praise the Lord! Please keep praying for other regions also to be covered. 
 
Until our next update, may you be abundantly blessed by God and become a greater blessing to your neighbors!
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