Pastors and other leaders in churches are especially
welcome here. Let's talk about outreach.
Check Out Our List of Outreach Projects
We can offer you a comprehensive list of successful outreach projects, and as available we will include the strategic tips that will make your events successful. Would you please send us summaries of your activities, too? Both the projects that worked and the ones that perhaps didn't. For outreach that works please click above on
This is a Prayer for Those That Reach Out
"We continually ask God to fill you with the knowledge of his will through all the wisdom and under-standing that the Spirit gives, so that you may live a life worthy of the Lord and please him in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of God, being strengthened with all power according to his glorious might so that you may have great endurance and patience, and giving joyful thanks to the Father, who has qualified you to share in the inheritance of his holy people
in the kingdom of light."
Do You Need Some Exceptional People?
The creator of this Web page, John Emanuelson, is a retired recruiter. He worked in Silicon Valley for over twenty five years, placing high-tech candidates into such firms as Cisco, Microsoft, and Oracle. Go to
for more information. John will be privileged to find some exceptional people for you.
These are some ideas
that are here to share.
You're free to use them. Just watch them work!
Outreach is walking with God.
This Web site supports a group called "Outreach That Works," which is a loosely organized assembly of pastors and staff members of churches that help the members of their churches to share the news of Christ with those around them. Our goal is to assist this outrageously wonderful and spectacular process.
If you're afraid of outreach, think of it this way . . . .
It becomes a habit, like kissing your spouse in the morning as you leave for work. Making a paper airplane that will fly across the room is more difficult than outreach. It's like bike riding, because you don't forget how to do it, and it can be perhaps just a bit scary, like when you're on your bike at the top of a steep hill, and challenging, like when you're on your bike at the bottom of a steep hill.