Visual Story Network

By the end of 2017, the Visual Story Network will have trained 1000 leaders and served 400 ministries with media resources and networking.

Our growth goals for 2018 include…

  • Mission Media U Double the students completing courses, from 130 (2017) to 260 (2018).

  • Middle East Women’s Leadership Network Train 100 Middle Eastern women leaders to use media. Create 10 new media projects.

  • Mobiles in Ministry Train 700 leaders to use mobiles in missions.

  • Augmented/Virtual Reality Network Triple from 60 participants to 180.

  • Unreached People Group Film Project Facilitate the completion of 20 additional evangelistic films. Distribute “Shohrat’s Story” to 100,000 Turkmen people in Central Asia.

We expect 400,000 of the world’s unreached people to be influenced through these plans. 

Here is our 2018 Strategy and Budget.

Double Your Gift

Ten generous ministry partners pledged $12,000 toward the 2018 plan as a matching fund. Every new gift or monthly pledge made by December 17, 2017 will be doubled up to $12,000.

Would you prayerfully consider a special gift of $100, $500, $1000 to train hundreds of leaders to reach hundreds of thousands of people with the gospel of Jesus? Respond by December 17 and double your gift.

Here are several ways you can invest. Contact Clyde at clyde@visualstory.org or 949.310.8733 if you have any questions.

"Double Your Gift" Progress Updates

As of 12/6, God has provided $2,080 in gifts from 5 ministry partners that will be matched totaling $4,160.

As of 12/11 God has provided $2,980 in gifts from 7 ministry partners that will be matched totaling $5,960.

Matching Fund Amount Remaining (through 12/17/17):     $9,020

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