Join the 100: Support Creative Missions

Join the 100: Support Creative Missions

May 9, 2013 by

Editor’s Note: We’ve been talking about Creative Missions all year, sharing posts from Creative Missions alumni. The trip starts on May 18 and they could use your support. Below Eric Murrell, who serves on the Creative Missions leadership team, shares their immediate need. We’ll be making a big announcement next week with another way you can support Creative Missions. It’s an awesome idea and one we’re proud to support—our nonprofit parent, the Center for Church Communication, handles the finances for Creative Missions.

When we tell folks about Creative Missions, the first thing most people ask is “How can I be a part of that?” Here’s your chance!

A mission team of 25 creatives and communicators is heading to Anchorage, Alaska, on May 18 to spend a week pouring into dozens of ministries and ministers. You can read a little more about why we’re going and what we’re doing at the bottom of the campaign site.

Creative Missions operates on a shoestring budget each year; all missionaries donate their time and resources (in addition to paying a trip fee and arranging their own travel), and it’s your donations that allow us to pull off these logisitically challenging trips.

We need your help! Alaska is expensive, and we’re projecting a $7,500 shortfall for our ministry goals. Over the next week, we’re asking 100 individuals/organizations to “Join the 100″ and back this trip by donating $75. If you can give more, that would be amazing. If you can only give a little, we would really appreciate that too. Even if you can’t give, can you help us spread the word about the “Join the 100″ campaign?

Thanks so much for supporting Creative Missions!

Support Creative Missions today and Join the 100.

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Eric Murrell

Eric Murrell is the communication manager at Long Hollow Baptist Church, a member of the Creative Missions leadership team, and the creator of the Prayer Engine and Series Engine plugins for WordPress. Eric and his wife Lauren reside in Hendersonville, Tenn., with their two children.
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