New prize in the pot-- Win some great Missional Stuff!

We are now a quarter of the way to our fundraising goal for the Trinity International Baptist Mission team retreat.  We appreciate all who have helped us thus far.  We are now well on our way to seeing a very tired and hardworking group of cross-cultural missionaries get a much needed few days of relaxing, hiking, canoeing, and simply enjoying time together.

But we're not at our goal yet, so it is time for me to add another prize to the growing prize pot.  Remember, once we reach our goal of $1000, I will draw a name at random from among the donors and that person will win the entire pot.  Currently, the pot stands as:

1 autographed copy of my 2007 book, Ethnographic Chicago which contains some key foundational thoughts related to Hinduism, mission and contextualization as well as insights into work among college students and Ethiopian immigrants.  We also have The Journey: The Study Bible for Spiritual Seekers (NIV).  

To this already cool prize pot, I'm adding a limited edition, pre-publication version of my latest article/booklet entitled Pursuing Cruciformity in Diaspora Mission.  This is the paper that I presented last month at the Evangelical Missiology Society regional conference.  I will also be presenting on this next month at Orlando 2011, the United States follow up to the Third Lausanne Congress.  The demand for this article is growing and you could be one of the first people to hold it in your hands.  By the way, I will also autograph it for you.

Now, I know you've got to be wanting this prize pot by now.  We've got some really great missional stuff for all you missional people.  So, remember, give a gift of any amount (even $1) by using the ChipIn widget below, and you will be entered to win.  

You can make your donation using a credit or debit card right now using our secure Chip-in/PayPal system. As usual, whenever you make a donation to TIBM, it is fully tax-deductible and will be put to work for the Kingdom of God.

Thank you for your support and prayers!

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