The Summer To-Do List
I am so encouraged to see God raising new partners as I keep writing my regular newsletter, reaching out in handwritten thank you notes and connecting with partners through prayer and short encouraging emails. thank you so much Jonathan and team! love you guys! ;--)
I love the idea of the mid-year letter as an informational tool and not an ask. It fits really well with where we are in the midst of a transition from 5 years of ministry in CR into a furlough with a specific ministry role. It will also be a great way to get out the word about our 5-year anniversary bash in Oct. Thanks JBK!
8/3/2017 02:35:25 pm
Love the ideas for fun ways to cultivate relationships with others! I also find the opportunity to determine the letters as informational versus direct ask letters very helpful. I love picturing my supporter as I write, I think that will be super helpful! I am beginning the thank yous now after such a great showing at our Mayan Experience event last week! I think an informative letter with lots of pictures will be a nice way to round out the event. Thanks PF
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