Pastors Weigh in at SATtalks 2019

Missions and the Business-Minded!

See what’s possible when churches reframe missions around sustainable solutions and create room for business-minded people who can help that happen.

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What Others are Saying

Michael Saccocio

City Mission, Schenectady

Cheryl Cuthbertson

Children of the Nations International

Keith Jaspers

The Rainbow Network

Wanjiru Gitau

Center For Religion and Civic Culture, USC

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Over 50 videos from church mission leaders and other faith-based leaders actively working on sustainable transformation in their particular realm.  You will hear how one organization is successfully helping orphans learn of God’s love and become fully self-reliant within three years and another organization is tackling the water crisis by empowering local entrepreneurs to bring clean water to their own communities.

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SATtalks helps you see what could be… Missions 3.0 helps you get there.

Churches go through a natural progression that begins with giving money to worthy causes (Missions 1.0) followed by the desire to get personally involved through volunteerism (Missions 2.0).  But, in time, every church begins to ask the question, “Are we making a difference that will last?” (Missions 3.0)

Our mission is to help churches reframe their missions and charitable work around sustainable solutions and create room for business-minded people who can help that happen.  Let us show you how to move your missions beyond simple charity and short-term fixes.

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Thank-You to Our Sponsors Who Make SATtalks Possible!

SATtalks, Missions 3.0 and Peer learning Communities are all initiatives of Significant Matters, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that exists to help churches and other faith-based organizations explore and create sustainable solutions for complex societal issues.  All contributions to Significant Matters are tax deductible.