Prayer cards are used to remind friends and family to pray for and to financially support someone going on a short-term mission trip. They can be used as bookmarks or to go on a bulletin board or a refrigerator. They are a way of getting others to join your support network. The cards usually include a photo along with brief information about the mission trip and a few specific prayer requests.
Vangie Stark's prayer cards were printed on a photo quality paper. They were five inches
wide by three and a half inches tall. A small piece of rubber magnet strip was attached to the
Kayla Kratz' prayer reminder bookmarks were printed on gray
paper. They were two and a quarter inches wide by seven inches tall.
Kristin Moyer's prayer card:
Katie Steel used card stock to create a postal card as part of her support-raising
efforts. Here's what that promotional post card looked like:
"That glorious movement of the Spirit among the Moravians in 1727 that transformed them into one of the mightiest evangelizing forces in the world was born in prayer." — Jonathan Goforth, missionary to China.
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-- Howard Culbertson
Mission trip fundraising resources: Fundraising characters Getting support Fundraisers Sample fundraising letters PowerPoint: fundraising
Short-term missions resources Do you have a missions call? Praying for missionaries Nazarene Missions International resources