Initiative – FT4F012

Gret Glyer, CEO of DonorSee, joins us to discuss how he got started in the non-profit arena, some of the things they have done, and the big development going on right now! We preempted our normal schedule to get this very recent interview in the schedule in time for you to act on the current opportunity! Check out this totally new development in giving, and the feedback loop that it has created…

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On Location from Nicaragua, Leck Heflin – FT4F011

Leck Heflin, founder of Pontis Nicaragua,, a friend of some years, sits down to tell us what Pontis is up to. They have an unconventional mission, in developing sustainable agriculture. Check out this podcast to hear about Leck’s history, complete with a strong Texas accent! You will be encouraged, and learn something about getting something done in the Kingdom!

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Sharon Benitez Returns From Uganda – FT4F010

Cross cultural and intercultural work is difficult, but not impossible. Sharon, a young woman from Latin America, is learning that. Check out the things that were revealed to her as she collaborated with fellow believers in Uganda on her recent trip there. You’ll applaud her bravery.

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A Viking Returns to Northern Europe – FT4F008

Terry Hoggard has spent more than 32 years in ministry, most of it in Europe. From his calling in 1986, hear how he got started and what he’s up to these days. Thankful for his faithfulness and persistent where some say “missions go to die.” You’ll be encouraged.

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Missions Story from Texas folk in Durban, South Africa – FT4F007

Rodney and Trina Kirkpatrick, friends of ours who are in missions in South Africa for a decade now, tell us about how they got going with the Lord and in “mission dreams”, going from short-termers to long-term on the ground in Zulu land. You’ll be encouraged.

Ernie Peacock’s Scan on Leadership – FT4F003

Our second sit in with Ernie Peacock yielded some great stuff on leadership from a guy who has been on the foreign field for more than 30 years. Check out his unique perspective on cross cultural leadership and what he has learned (so far 🙂 )

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