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The dynamic 3-part ReThink Missions Toolkit is designed for use in church small groups, mission sending agencies and universities. The content greatly assists in helping to form the proper framework for how to best think about and help those living in Poverty around the world.


The ReThink Missoins Toolkit consists of the PovertyCure 6-part Documentary Series, the ReThink Missions Navigation Guide, and ReThink Missoins: Real Stories. Real Impact:


The PovertyCure 6-part Documentary Serieschallenges us to think deeply about how we engage those living in material poverty around the world. Pulling from 200 interviews in 20 countries, host Michael Miller takes us on a journey around the world where we hear from individuals living and working in developing countries. Through listening to their voices, we hear what has worked, what hasn't, and what is needed moving forward.


In order to receive the most impact in your small group, it is recommended that you use the ReThink Missions Navigation Guide as you make your way through the series. The Navigation Guide will help to guide your small group discussion – forcing your team to take a deep introspective look at the way they have historically conducted their charity efforts.


Before your team embarks on your mission trip we highly suggest reading the stand alone book ReThink Missions: Real Stories, Real Impact. This book will introduce you to a collaborative ecosystem of organizations and individuals that are making a significant impact in the developing world, while also providing you with a fundamental understanding of the issues at play throughout the series.


At the conclusion of the PovertyCure Documentary Series, we invite you to continue the conversation at www.povertycure.org. We would love to connect you to one of our partners operating in over 144+ countries around the world!


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The dynamic 3-part ReThink Missions Toolkit is designed for use in church small groups, mission sending agencies and universities. The content greatly assists in helping to form the proper framework for how to best think about and help those living in Poverty around the world.

The ReThink Missoins Toolkit consists of the PovertyCure 6-part Documentary Series, the ReThink Missions Navigation Guide, and ReThink Missoins: Real Stories. Real Impact:

The PovertyCure 6-part Documentary Serieschallenges us to think deeply about how we engage those living in material poverty around the world. Pulling from 200 interviews in 20 countries, host Michael Miller takes us on a journey around the world where we hear from individuals living and working in developing countries. Through listening to their voices, we hear what has worked, what hasn't, and what is needed moving forward.

In order to receive the most impact in your small group, it is recommended that you use the ReThink Missions Navigation Guide as you make your way through the series. The Navigation Guide will help to guide your small group discussion – forcing your team to take a deep introspective look at the way they have historically conducted their charity efforts.

Before your team embarks on your mission trip we highly suggest reading the stand alone book ReThink Missions: Real Stories, Real Impact. This book will introduce you to a collaborative ecosystem of organizations and individuals that are making a significant impact in the developing world, while also providing you with a fundamental understanding of the issues at play throughout the series.

At the conclusion of the PovertyCure Documentary Series, we invite you to continue the conversation at www.povertycure.org. We would love to connect you to one of our partners operating in over 144+ countries around the world!

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