The Potter Family needs to raise our monthly ministry funding by $2020 by the end of this year, 2020.
A few Sundays ago, in our church service, our pastor did a Bible quiz game-show type thing. To make it more interesting, the participants were playing for money; actually, donations to one of the ministries our church sponsors. There were several that I would say most of our church recognized and then there was this […]
Momentum is Building These past few weeks, the word “momentum” has been on our minds. Depending on your point of view, the events taking place and gaining momentum in our world could be seen as good or just plain bad (a certain virus out there…). As we think about it, we realize some things don’t […]
The Beginning Think with me, back to the beginning, way back in the beginning. God told Noah and his family after they set foot on what was a new earth following the flood, to “be fruitful and multiply on the earth.” From that point, the world began to be populated again. Without simplifying too much, […]
We need to raise an additional $2020 of regular monthly support by the end of 2020 so we can keep serving.
One of the most valuable things we can do when it comes to building community, whether it’s to support missionaries or to rally around a common purpose, is to communicate. Obviously, right?! I think it’s important to state it again though. We live in an era where “speaking to the void” is easy. Social media […]
Today’s update is the third update of the Potter Mission and maybe one of the most important. We hope you’ll read or watch the whole thing! Let me first of all say, WE HAVE GOOD NEWS to report. We’ll get to that in a second. But first you should know that this is a long update. But, we […]
This is a guest post by Caleb Dueck I’ve been a part of Ethnos360 my whole life. I was born while my parents were in training. When I was two years old, we packed our things and went to serve in Guinea. Spending the first part of my life overseas, I certainly viewed overseas missions […]
This is a guest post by Bryan Conard My name is Bryan Conard. My wife Martha and I presently live in Senegal, West Africa, with our three children where we serve as missionaries with Ethnos360.” My life today is incomparably different than I ever imagined it would be growing up in the ghettos of South […]
I like to say that I was never “called” to be become a missionary. It confuses some people. “Why would you do that with your life if you weren’t supposed to?” That’s the confusion right there. “Called” and “supposed to” aren’t the same thing. And I actually think that neither one is right when you […]