Here are some resources that you and your team might be interested in.

+ Perspectives Slides
Lesson 10
Lesson 12

+ Sept 2015 – Sent Retreat, Breakout
A presentation that details 3 unique things going on in the world today and 3 mantras used by Ember for missions mobilization.

+ March 2013 – Student Missions Promotion Flyer.
See a promotional flyer used by a suburban megachurch advertising their summer opportunities. Note the opportunities but also the thought that went behind choosing them. [pdf]

+ November 2012 – Ember Core Curriculum Outline.
As time goes on, we’ve dialed in on some specific missiological concepts that students should be taught. Note that it’s important to do this both formally and informally.
Ember’s core curriculum [as of now]

+ July 2012 – Brussels Belgium Trip Report.
Tony Sheng traveled to Brussels, Belgium with a vision team from a Washington DC suburban megachurch to help evaluate potential ministry partners as a part of exploring long term partnerships in Western Europe.
Download the trip report.

+ April 2012 – Praxis Accelerator Culmination Event Report.
Trevin Hoekzema and Tony Sheng attended the culmination event for Praxis, a faith based accelerator program for social entrepreneurs and innovators.
Download the event report.

+ June 2011 – Lake Aurora Missions Teaching Guide.
An Ember team traveled to Lake Aurora Christian Camp to teach a series of sessions on missions and global leadership to middle school campers over a 3 day period.
Download the teaching guide.

+ November 2010 – ACMC workshop slides.
Taking Back the Future, a workshop presented at the 2010 Advancing Churches in Missions Commitment Washington DC conference. The workshop focused on better practices for student missions.
Download the presentation.

There is also a host of material and content freely posted at – three great places to start are with the student missions, leadership or MissionAdvancing tags.

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