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Discover a New Perspective on Mission Work

couple crouch by a bamboo fence in Papua New Guinea

Tim Whatley has a unique perspective on the work New Tribes Mission does around the world. Because of his personal experience growing up on the mission field, returning to serve as a church planter and later in field leadership, and his current role as the NTM Canada’s Executive Director, his thoughts in our newsletter, Partner to Partner, deliver fresh insight.

Partner to Partner helps you see how God is working around the world through your involvement with NTM. In addition to encouraging stories of transformed lives, each letter presents ways for you to help accelerate God’s work among the unreached people of the world.

Here’s What’s in the Next Issue

April’s Partner to Partner highlights how planned giving can impact the mission field while providing tax benefits to you. This represents just one of the many topics the newsletter covers. Each edition is informative and different.

The Value of Making a Plan

What is planned giving? It’s a type of gift to a ministry that’s typically more involved than a general donation and requires more counsel than other forms of giving. For example, planned giving could include a gift that is deferred until a later date.

Next month’s Partner to Partner will show how planned giving can be used to reach tribes and transform lives. The letter will discuss supporting your missionary, or NTM in general, through giving stocks and mutual funds, the creation of a will, or the use of a trust. It will explain gift-in-kind donations, which could include jewelry, stamp collections, a car, or even building materials.

Posted in NTM@work March 2014