the ShareHim International Campaign Handbook

INTERNATIONAL
CAMPAIGN HANDBOOK
JANUARY 21, 2011 VERSION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
A HIGH CALLING
The Mission of ShareHim ....................................................................... 2
Your Mission Continues at Home ......................................................... 2
Supporting ShareHim .............................................................................. 2
GENERAL INFORMATION
Using the ShareHim Website ................................................................. 3
Sharing Your Story ................................................................................... 3
Your Cost to Participate .......................................................................... 3
Tax Issues .................................................................................................. 4
Support for Your Campaign ................................................................... 5
Withdrawing from a Campaign .............................................................. 6
Leaving Feedback ..................................................................................... 6
PLANNING YOUR TRAVEL
Buying Airline Tickets ............................................................................. 6
Entering Flight Information ................................................................... 7
Selecting Room Sharing Preferences ..................................................... 7
Obtaining a Passport................................................................................ 8
Visa Requirements .................................................................................... 8
Applying for a Visa .................................................................................. 8
PLANNING FOR YOUR STAY
Learning About Your Destination......................................................... 9
Climate and Weather ................................................................................ 9
Dress ........................................................................................................... 9
Things to Pack ........................................................................................ 10
Meals ......................................................................................................... 10
Money and Credit Cards ....................................................................... 10
Internet Access and Phone Calls ......................................................... 11
Appropriate Conduct ............................................................................. 11
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Vaccinations and Antimalarial Drugs .................................................. 11
Food, Water, and Upset Stomach ........................................................ 12
Sickness and Emergencies..................................................................... 12
Travel Insurance ..................................................................................... 12
Loss or Theft of Valuables ................................................................... 13
Safety ........................................................................................................ 13
CAMPAIGN EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
Sermons and Software ........................................................................... 13
Graphics Equipment.............................................................................. 13
Renting Equipment ................................................................................ 15
Paper Notes and Printing ...................................................................... 16
Electricity ................................................................................................. 16
PLANNING FOR YOUR CAMPAIGN
Patience and Flexibility .......................................................................... 17
The Campaign Manager’s Role ............................................................ 17
Orientation .............................................................................................. 18
Campaign Schedule ................................................................................ 18
The Mentorship Program...................................................................... 19
Making the Sermons Your Own .......................................................... 19
Support Team Members........................................................................ 19
The JESUS Film ..................................................................................... 20
Appeal Songs ........................................................................................... 20
Decision Cards ........................................................................................ 20
Abundant Living Health Talks ............................................................. 20
Truth 4 Youth Children’s Program ..................................................... 21
ShareHim Sermon Schedule ................................................................. 22
A HIGH CALLING
Congratulations on your decision to participate in a ShareHim international evangelistic
campaign! ShareHim volunteers are Seventh-day Adventist Christians eager to share God’s
love and fulfill Christ’s commission to “…go and make disciples of all nations.” This
handbook will help you prepare for your campaign and know what to expect. If you have
any comments or suggestions about this handbook, please email them to
handbook@sharehim.org.
The Mission of ShareHim
The mission of ShareHim is to develop in “first-world” Seventh-day Adventists a renewed
ownership of this movement’s message and mission, to instill confidence that God will work
through each person to achieve His objectives, and to make evangelism a lifestyle in every
church congregation. In a ShareHim campaign, Share Him is exactly what you’ll do—share
Jesus and what He’s done in your life.
In preparation for your campaign, you should study to be sure of what you believe as a
Seventh-day Adventist Christian, and why you believe it. As you conduct your campaign,
you’ll see the Lord working in powerful ways to turn people’s hearts and minds to Him.
After returning home, you’ll share your experience and reflect on how God has blessed.
You’ll reconsider His place in your life and your role in His plan to proclaim an urgent
message in the closing days of this earth’s history.
Your Mission Continues at Home
The sharing doesn’t stop when you return home, because God’s power and blessings are just
as real at home as they are in the campaign country. Your greatest mission field is your home
area. Christ calls us to “…return home and tell how much God has done for you.”
ShareHim, in partnership with over thirty local conferences in North America and Europe,
is helping create an environment for laypeople, with the guidance of their pastors, to take
ownership of their churches’ evangelistic outreach. Thousands of campaigns have already
been scheduled by teams of laypeople within their local churches. To assist these teams,
ShareHim provides resource materials for both sowing and reaping, as well as conducting
evangelism rallies and training sessions, all at no cost to the local church or conference. To
get your church involved, speak with your local conference.
Supporting ShareHim
The ministry of ShareHim is made possible by individual Christians who believe strongly in
lay-evangelism and support it with prayer, time, and money. If you feel called to support
ShareHim financially, you can make a tax-deductible contribution by calling 866-900-0123.
You can also donate by credit card on our website, www.ShareHim.org, or send a check to:
ShareHim
Carolina Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
P. O. Box 43234
Charlotte, NC 28215
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Using the ShareHim Website
The ShareHim website, www.ShareHim.org, is the primary method for posting information
about upcoming ShareHim campaigns and reports from past campaigns. Because critical
information will also be distributed by email, you must have an email address to
participate in a campaign. As a last resort, you may use the address of a reliable friend
who will agree to print out and deliver email messages to you.
After you apply to participate in a campaign, you’ll receive an email reminding you of your
website username (normally the same as your email address) and your password. If you
applied to be a speaker, someone from ShareHim will contact the reference you stated in the
application and you’ll receive an email when your application has been approved.
On the website you can view information about upcoming campaigns and read or submit
reports and testimonies from past campaigns. You can also maintain your personal, group,
and flight information; state your hotel room sharing preference; see what material has been
shipped to you; and view a copy of this handbook. In addition, you can email any other
people on the website by clicking on their names.
When you log in to the website, you’ll see your list of upcoming and past campaigns on the
left side of the screen. You can view the overview webpage for a specific campaign by
clicking on the “Overview” button next to an event.
The overview webpage will be your source for most campaign details. It will list the
campaign manager’s email address and phone number, the orientation date and location, the
individual campaign sites and hub city hotels, and the campaign participants. Near the
bottom of the overview page you’ll find links to information about the campaign country’s
electricity, time zone, and currency exchange rate.
NOTE: When using the website, please be sure to read all instructions, including the fine
print, before seeking help from the campaign manager.
Sharing Your Story
In the Reports and Stories section of the ShareHim website you can share your campaign
experience and photos with others. You can share a specific story of how God blessed or a
general campaign site report.. After the campaign has ended, log in to www.ShareHim.org
and click on either “Story: Add personal testimony” or “Story: Add campaign site report” in
the right-hand menu. You’ll then be prompted to enter your story along with any pictures
you wish to upload. After being reviewed and edited, your story will be posted on the
ShareHim website and made available for publication by other church media.
NOTE: If you have registered for multiple campaigns, check that the correct campaign is
displayed in large, bold letters on the left side of the screen. If not, click on “Change active
event” in the event menu and follow the instructions before submitting your story.
Your Cost to Participate
Most ShareHim international campaigns require the speaker to raise or donate $500 USD to
help fund the direct cost of the campaign, $100 USD of which must be submitted at the
time of application. Your church, Sabbath School class, family, or friends may also choose to
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help with this financial commitment. These funds must be sent to ShareHim. We will then
send the entire amount to the appropriate host conference or mission responsible for the
campaign.
The funds will be used for needs such as pre-campaign preparation, advertising,
transportation, site construction or rental, equipment purchase or rental, translation, and
campaign follow up. Naturally, there are some administrative expenses for the conference or
mission hosting the campaigns. In addition, some campaign sites require more funding than
others, depending on size, location, and so on.
In order to prepare for the campaign, the local site committee must receive the funds well in
advance. Because of this, the full $500 USD donation for your campaign must be
received by ShareHim no later than the Wednesday six weeks before the campaign
begins, or your name will be dropped. Donations can be made online at
www.ShareHim.org; by phone at 866-900-0123; or by sending a check to ShareHim,
Carolina Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, P. O. Box 43234, Charlotte, NC 28215.
In accordance with IRS tax-deductibility requirements, all donations will be non-refundable,
and ShareHim will exercise full control and discretion over the use of any donated funds. If
you find that you will be unable to participate, we will attempt to apply the funds to a future
campaign in which you can participate. Otherwise, the funds will be used to help fund a
college/university student's campaign.
Support team members and associate speakers should bring $100 USD each to orientation to
assist with in-country daily transportation. Those age 10 or under may bring $50 USD each.
When you participate in a ShareHim international campaign, you’ll be responsible for your
own travel expenses, which include passport and visa, airline ticket, hotel and meals, and
transportation from the orientation city to the campaign city. (In some cases, this may
require a continuing airline ticket.) You’ll pay these costs personally and handle your own
money. In addition, speakers are responsible for providing the necessary graphics equipment
for the campaign as discussed in the “Campaign Equipment and Supplies” section of this
handbook.
Plan your budget carefully so you won’t run out of money. You’ll find the approximate cost
for hotels and meals on the campaign website. Once you are assigned to a specific campaign
city—normally a month or two before the campaign begins—you’ll be able to view the cost
for single and double rooms at your hotel. Your costs may be a bit higher, since the
exchange rate you receive will normally be slightly worse than shown. You should bring at
least twenty percent more than the estimated hotel and meal costs to pay for
incidentals and unexpected expenses.
Some participants choose to bring additional funds or other items such as Bibles, books,
pens, etc. to distribute at their campaign site. Your campaign manager will discuss in
orientation how to give gifts discretely. Please realize that while such gifts are permissible,
they are neither required nor expected.
Tax Issues
In many cases, US taxpayers who itemize deductions may claim a charitable contribution
deduction for some or all of the travel expenses they incur while participating in a ShareHim
campaign. Deductible travel expenses include the cost of meals; lodging; airline, bus, or train
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tickets; transportation to and from the airport; and out-of-pocket expenses for your car,
including parking fees and tolls. To claim a deduction, you must keep reliable written records
of your expenses.
To qualify for a deduction, you must have genuine and substantial duties throughout the
duration of the campaign, either as a speaker or as a participating support team member.
Also, there must not be any significant element of personal pleasure, recreation, or vacation
in your travel. For example, if after a ShareHim campaign in Africa you went on a ten-day
safari, your entire trip would likely be disqualified for deductibility purposes. However, if you
spent one afternoon during the campaign visiting a nature preserve, then only the costs
related to that outing would be disallowed for purposes of deductibility.
Those who contribute to your ShareHim campaign may also be able to claim a charitable
contribution deduction, though the contribution cannot be made directly to you or
earmarked for your exclusive use. Instead, your church’s board should vote to make your
mission trip an official church project and establish a fund for contributions. For
contributions to be deductible, they must be spent furthering the church’s charitable purpose
and not for tourism.
It is important to inform contributors that the church will exercise full control and discretion
over the use of any donated funds. The church should establish the budget for the trip and
require an accounting of how the funds are spent. Donors should not write a specific
participant’s name on their check, and the church should not establish separate funds for
each participant. In addition, the church should not agree to return a contribution if
someone is later unable to participate.
NOTE: Please be aware that the information in this section should not be considered tax
advice. You should consult with a tax professional regarding your specific situation.
Support for Your Campaign
ShareHim helps support your campaign in several ways, including a pre-campaign planning
visit to the campaign country by the manager, administration of the ShareHim website, and
creation of campaign materials and sermons. In addition, ShareHim distributes funds to the
local church organization to aid in conducting the campaign and other soul-winning
activities.
ShareHim provides each speaker with a DVD-R containing the ShareHim evangelistic series
graphics and computerized sermon notes, along with a DVD-R containing the Presentation
Synchronizer software. ShareHim has prepared a set of sermons for African, Hindu, and
international audiences. Each set has been translated into several languages. For maximum
impact, speakers will preach the sermons in the order planned by ShareHim. Each speaker
will also be provided with a copy of The JESUS Film. Finally, each participant will receive 21
days of short-term mission insurance coverage.
The local church organization will use the funds from ShareHim to prepare for the
campaigns. This will include making arrangements for a campaign site with a stage, screen,
and PA system; planning with local churches; and arranging for a translator if needed. Also,
the local church organization will provide transportation to and from the airport, daily
transportation to and from the campaign site, decision cards, and other necessary campaign
materials.
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Withdrawing from a Campaign
If you will be unable to participate in an upcoming campaign, please remove yourself from
the campaign as soon as possible to make room for others and to avoid
disappointing an expectant congregation. To remove your name, log in to the ShareHim
website, www.ShareHim.org, using your login (normally the same as your email address) and
password. Click on “Remove my name from a campaign” in the left-hand event menu and
follow the instructions.
NOTE: If you have registered for multiple campaigns, check that the correct campaign is
displayed in large, bold letters on the left side of the screen. If not, click on “Change active
event” in the event menu and follow the instructions before removing your name.
Leaving Feedback
ShareHim is a rapidly growing ministry, and we value your feedback and ideas to help make
this ministry even more effective. To access the campaign feedback form, log in to
www.ShareHim.org and click on “Fill out the ShareHim Survey” in the right-hand menu.
Note that this option will only be accessible after the campaign has ended. If you have
registered for multiple campaigns, check that the correct campaign is displayed in large, bold
letters on the left side of the screen. If not, click on “Change active event” in the event menu
and follow the instructions before completing the survey.
PLANNING YOUR TRAVEL
Buying Airline Tickets
You are responsible for buying your own airline ticket. The campaign webpage will state the
date for orientation—normally the Wednesday or Thursday before the campaign begins.
You should arrive in the orientation city no later than the night before orientation and return
home no sooner than Sunday evening after the campaign. Buy your ticket early, since fares
increase as the departure date nears.
You may buy your ticket wherever you choose, though we encourage you to get a
competitive bid from Julia Reid at Mission Travel. She has years of experience arranging
travel at the General Conference, and she has access to discounted fares with several airlines.
Contact Julia at 240-568-6300 ex. 14, fax 301-725-6492, or email missiontvl@juno.com.
For groups, we also encourage you to contact Travel 2 Give, an agency that regularly books
group travel for several Adventist ministries. Their group fares are highly competitive, and a
portion of the commission from each sale goes to benefit Quiet Hour Ministries, a ministry
partner of ShareHim. Contact Sandra D'Arcy at Travel 2 Give at 877-442-4483 ex. 705.
Other recommended sources for low-priced airline tickets include:
Butler Travel (Adventist owner)
email: ellen@butlertravel.com
Travel Chalet (Adventist owner)
email: travelcafe@comcast.net 269-473-4567
Aviation & Travel Consultants
email: atravelny@aol.com
914-747-4775
Orbitz.com
www.orbitz.com
800-228-7162
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503-879-5005
Consolidator Networks
www.airvalues.com
888-346-5795
Raptim (Refundable missionary fares)
www.raptimusa.com
800-777-9232
Individual Airline Websites
(often have the lowest nonrefundable fares)
Entering Flight Information
Once you buy your airline tickets, it is critical that you post your flight arrival and
departure information to the ShareHim website as soon as possible. This will enable
church leaders in the orientation city to reserve your hotel room and arrange to pick you up
and drop you off at the airport. In addition, if you’ll be flying from the orientation city to the
campaign city, you’ll need to post that flight information as well. To post your flight
information:
1. Log in to the ShareHim website using your email address and password.
2. If you have registered for multiple campaigns, check that the correct campaign is
displayed in large, bold letters on the left side of the screen. If not, click on “Change
active event” in the event menu and follow the instructions.
3. Click on "Maintain flight information" in the right-hand menu.
4. Enter your flight arrival and departure information for the orientation city.
5. If you’ll also be flying from the orientation city to the campaign city (the “hub city”
where you’ll stay during the campaign), enter the flight information in the lower half
of the form.
6. Click on “Save.”
NOTE: Please be sure your flight information is correct. Someone will be waiting for
you at the airport based on the information you post. If you do not post accurate
arrival information, you will not be picked up.
Selecting Room Sharing Preferences
Another item you must post on the website is your hotel room sharing preference for the
orientation and campaign cities. This is necessary regardless of whether you plan to
reserve a private room or share a room with someone else. Once you are assigned to a
specific campaign city—normally a month or two before the campaign begins—the local
church organization will reserve your room based on the sharing preference you posted.
While participating in a ShareHim campaign, you are expected to stay in the hotel
selected by the campaign manager.
On the website you can create a room for others to join, create a room to stay alone, or join
a room already created by someone else. To select your preference, log in to the website,
click on “Select hotel room preferences” in the right-hand menu, and follow the instructions.
If you have registered for multiple campaigns, check that the correct campaign is displayed
in large, bold letters on the left side of the screen. If not, click on “Change active event” in
the event menu and follow the instructions before selecting your room sharing preference.
NOTE: You do not need to reserve your room with the hotel. You need only select
your room sharing preference. The local church organization will make the reservation with
the hotel.
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Obtaining a Passport
You must have a valid passport before traveling to almost any foreign country. As of January
2007, US citizens of any age must have a passport even to fly to Mexico or the Caribbean.
Many countries require your passport to be valid at least six months beyond your
arrival date. If you need a new passport, apply immediately, since the process takes several
weeks. In the US, rush delivery is available for a fee.
For information on obtaining a US passport, call 877-487-2778 or visit travel.state.gov. For
Canadian passport information, call 800-567-6868 or visit www.ppt.gc.ca.
Visa Requirements
Many countries require arriving visitors to have a visa (permit to enter the country). Some
countries allow visitors to purchase the visa upon arrival at the airport, while others require
that a visa be placed in your passport by the country's embassy or consulate prior to arrival.
The requirements for obtaining a visa vary widely from country to country. Specific
information for your destination country, including whether visas are available upon arrival,
will be stated on the campaign webpage. Note that even if visas are available on arrival,
regulations may require you to hold a standard passport, not merely a temporary residence
permit. Be sure you know the visa requirements of the campaign country.
To obtain a visa from an embassy or consulate, you’ll likely have to submit multiple copies
of an application form along with a few passport-style photos and pay a fee. Some countries
also require a letter of invitation from an organization within that country. If so, ShareHim
will help secure the letter. Country-specific visa requirements for US travelers can be found
at travel.state.gov or www.traveldocs.com, or by calling the country’s embassy or consulate
directly.
Remember, you may need more than one visa. If you plan to leave the airport in a second
country while en route to or returning from your campaign country, you may also need a
visa for that country.
Applying for a Visa
While you are free to apply for your visa directly, Diana Jo Beeler at the General
Conference’s Visa and Passport Office has graciously volunteered to help process visa
applications for ShareHim participants. Because some visas take several weeks to process,
apply for your visa at least two months before departure, or sooner if instructed by
the campaign manager.
NOTE: If you are going to India, you should not apply through Diana Jo’s office. Contact
the campaign manager for more information.
Visa applications can be downloaded from www.traveldocs.com or from the embassy
website’s consular page. In some cases the necessary application must be obtained directly
from the embassy—a process Diana Jo can help with.
You may be required to list the name and address of a contact within the destination
country—normally the conference or union coordinator shown on the campaign webpage.
Unless instructed otherwise, you should request a tourist visa. Some countries may require
speakers to have a business visa. If so, this will be noted on the campaign webpage. If you
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have questions about the application process, please contact Diana Jo Beeler at 301-6806258; fax 301-680-6290; or e-mail: beelerd@gc.adventist.org.
Please remember that the General Conference is doing you a favor by assisting with your
visa, so please be patient and submit your application in plenty of time.
When you complete your application, send by FedEx (not mail):
1. The application forms
2. The necessary passport-style photos
3. Your passport
4. A copy of your flight itinerary
5. Any other required documents
6. A self-addressed prepaid return FedEx mailer, and
7. A check for the visa fee plus $40 USD to cover the cost of courier delivery and
processing, payable to the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists to:
Diana Jo Beeler
General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904
PLANNING FOR YOUR STAY
Learning About Your Destination
It’s important to learn about the history, culture, and background of the people who will
attend your campaign. A good method is to obtain a travel guidebook, such as one of the
Lonely Planet series, and study the cultural and historical sections. When you are in the
campaign country, ask questions of the locals to learn what their lives are like and the issues
they face, both temporally and spiritually. Remember, good listeners make good teachers.
Climate and Weather
For a general idea of the climate to expect in your destination country, visit www.climatezone.com. For international weather forecasts and current conditions, visit
weather.yahoo.com or www.intellicast.com.
Dress
Men: A suit is always appropriate for preaching. In warmer areas, a shirt and tie without a
jacket is acceptable, though some members may still prefer that the speaker wear a jacket, at
least on the first night of the campaign. Comfortable, casual dress is appropriate during the
day, though shorts may not be considered proper outside of the hotel.
Women: A dress or skirt that reaches below the knee is appropriate for preaching. The
culture of many developing countries is quite conservative, and most congregations do not
accept women wearing slacks or pant suits while speaking publicly. Casual dress, including
slacks, is appropriate in the day. Shorts may be considered improper outside of the hotel.
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Both Men and Women: Please be aware that jewelry, including engagement rings, will be a
distraction in most parts of the world where campaigns are held, though a simple wedding
band is accepted in some areas. Also, hair worn in dreadlocks, cornrows, or spikes is
considered inappropriate in most countries in which ShareHim holds campaigns. If you
have any questions, please email your campaign manager.
Things to Pack
As you pack, keep in mind your airline’s baggage weight allowance. In addition to clothing,
toiletries, and personal medications, you may wish to include:
1. Sunscreen
9. Dual-voltage hair dryer
2. Insect repellent
10. Extension cords at least 16 ft (4 m)
long for hotel and campaign site
3. Hand soap
11. Snacks, such as dried fruit and nuts,
granola bars, wheat crackers, etc.
4. Emergency toilet paper
5. Small flashlight
12. First Aid supplies (bandages,
antibacterial cream, aspirin, etc.)
6. Bag of powdered laundry soap
7. Antibacterial gel for hand washing
13. Charcoal tablets, Imodium, and Cipro
(See the Health and Safety chapter.)
8. Dual-voltage travel iron
Meals
Normally you will eat in the restaurant of the hotel where you stay. You will be responsible
for the cost of your meals. The campaign webpage will list the average cost per meal and
whether any meals are included in the cost of the room. Often participants choose to eat
only two meals a day. If you find the meals unsatisfactory or too expensive, you’ll probably
be able to find alternatives. A few rooms may even have a refrigerator to store food, which
will be noted on the campaign webpage.
Money and Credit Cards
Currency exchange rates can be found at www.xe.com/ucc/full.shtml. Be aware that the rate
you actually receive will normally be a bit worse than shown on the website. Ask for advice
during orientation before exchanging large amounts of money. The local church
organization may be able to change for you at a favorable rate.
Banks normally provide better exchange rates than hotels. You’ll always receive the best rate
when changing clean, recently printed large bills. In fact, you’ll be unable to change worn,
old, or low denomination bills in many countries. The exchange rate for cash is normally
better than for Travelers Cheques, which sometimes can only be changed at banks for a fee.
Credit cards are accepted in most major foreign cities, and ATMs are available at many
banks. Outside of larger cities, however, there is often no access to these financial services.
The campaign webpage may state whether credit cards are accepted at specific hotels,
though that information is sometimes hard to obtain. If in doubt, bring cash. If you do bring
a credit card, be sure to inform the issuing bank about your travel plans. Otherwise they may
deactivate your card to prevent fraud.
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It is safer to use a money belt rather than a purse or wallet. Ask your hotel if they have a safe
for guests to keep their money, and considering paying most of your bill in advance so you
won’t have to hold as much cash. You should also protect your return airline tickets and
passport as if they were cash.
Internet Access and Phone Calls
Email is an easy way to maintain contact with family and friends while traveling. Internet
access at local “internet cafés” and some hotels is surprisingly widespread in most campaign
countries, though connections can be very slow. If you don’t have a web-based email
account, you can create a free account with Yahoo at mail.yahoo.com. If you must use your
own computer, you’ll need to either have the internet café attendant connect your computer
to their network, or contract with an internet service provider, such as iPass, that has dialup
access numbers in your campaign country. To contact iPass, call 650-232-4100.
Many internet cafes also provide international telephone service. The per-minute rates are
low—often cheaper than any other calling method—though the connections are not always
solid. A more reliable, though more expensive option is to buy a local prepaid calling card.
You may also be able to use a calling card provided by your home long distance carrier,
however this method can be quite expensive. For toll-free international access numbers for
the major US phone companies, see the following websites.
AT&T www.usa.att.com/traveler/access_numbers/view.jsp
MCI
consumer.mci.com/international/english/resources/accessnos.jsp
Quest
www.qwest.com/residential/oor/products/callingcards/res_dial_guide.html
Verizon http://www22.verizon.com/foryourhome/ld/walletguideEast.pdf
Appropriate Conduct
At ShareHim, we consider it a privilege to be invited to work in many Divisions and Unions
around the world. Similarly, you must realize that participation in a ShareHim campaign is a
privilege, not a right. ShareHim reserves the right to accept or deny applications at our
discretion. As a campaign participant, your conduct should be appropriate for one
representing Christ and His church. Inappropriate conduct or conduct that threatens to
undermine the mission of ShareHim may result in cancellation of your campaign, suspension
of your insurance coverage, and even recommendation for deportation.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Vaccinations and Antimalarial Drugs
Though it is rare to contract a disease during a short trip, it is wiser to be cautious and think
preventatively. Consult your physician or local public health department about which
vaccinations to receive before traveling. Recommendations can be found at
www.tripprep.com and www.cdc.gov/travel. Note that vaccinations may be less expensive at
your public health department than at a physician’s office. Also, note that several African
and South American countries require visitors to provide proof of Yellow Fever vaccination.
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Malaria is a potentially fatal disease that is endemic in many warm parts of the world.
Country-specific information is available at the websites listed above or from your local
public health department. If malaria is a risk in your campaign country, see your physician
about a prescription for a prophylactic drug such as Larium or Malarone. Remember to take
these drugs with food.
Please take your antimalarial drugs as prescribed. The risk of potential side effects is
far less than the risk you face if you contract malaria. Of course, the best defense
against malaria is to avoid mosquito bites. Bring repellent and use it liberally, especially at
dawn and dusk.
Food, Water, and Upset Stomach
Food that is cooked or peeled is normally safe. Beware of salads, fruit juices mixed with
unpurified water, and ice cream that may have thawed and been refrozen. Assume all tap
water is unsafe, including ice in drinks. Drink only purified water or prepackaged drinks.
Bottled water can be purchased in most countries.
Even if you are careful, upset stomach is still likely at some point during your travel.
Remember to keep drinking plenty of fluids. Foods like bananas, rice, and apples, and
natural remedies like charcoal can often help. Imodium or similar medications can stop
diarrhea temporarily, though a complete course of an antibiotic such as Cipro is generally a
more effective treatment. Consult your physician about these and other remedies before
leaving home.
Sickness and Emergencies
In case of sickness or accident, seek treatment locally and save any medical expense receipts
for insurance reimbursement. If you become more than mildly ill, alert the campaign
manager immediately.
Travel Insurance
ShareHim purchases Short-Term Travel Insurance from Adventist Risk Management for all
participants age 84 or under who are listed on the campaign webpage. To be listed, you must
complete the application process on the ShareHim website, and ShareHim must approve
your application. If your name is not on the campaign webpage, you will not be
insured.
The length of coverage is 21 days, from the Tuesday before orientation through the Monday
after the final meeting. It is possible to extend your coverage in advance. If you need to do
so, contact your campaign manager. Also, if you should need to file a claim, your campaign
manager can help you secure the necessary forms. Even though insurance coverage is not
available for those over age 84, several such individuals have participated in ShareHim
campaigns. Everyone of any age is welcome.
For more information on the coverage provided, visit www.ShareHim.org/insurancepolicy
and take note of the benefits listed for the Basic Plan A. Note that the coverage is not valid
for travel to the United States, Canada, or their territories. Below is a summary of the
coverage and plan limits. If you desire additional coverage, feel free to make other outside
arrangements as needed.
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Coverage
Plan Limit (USD)
Accidental Death & Dismemberment
$
Basic Medical (Excludes Pre-existing Conditions)
5,000
140,000
Personal Affects / Baggage
1,500
Emergency Evacuation / Repatriation
25,000 / 10,000
Trip Cancellation
800
Loss or Theft of Valuables
As you travel, be especially careful to guard your valuables at all times. When flying or
traveling by bus, carry valuable items with you rather than in your checked luggage. In case
of loss or theft of valuables, you should attempt to obtain a police report of the incident. If
this is not possible, collect signed statements verifying the loss from responsible witnesses,
such as other trip participants. The report or statements will help prove the loss for
insurance reimbursement purposes. If the loss is significant, contact the campaign manager
immediately.
Safety
You must heed the safety tips given at orientation. Perhaps the greatest potential risk
you will face in many countries is being struck by a vehicle. Be extremely careful when
crossing the street. Also, we discourage making any side-trips without prior consultation
with local pastors and church members. As in all countries, some areas are safer than others
and accurate information is essential.
Risk is an inherent part of travel, and ensuring absolute safety under all circumstances is
simply not possible. ShareHim cannot be responsible for your safety. Realize that you
travel and participate at your own risk, and you alone are responsible for your safety.
CAMPAIGN EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
Sermons and Software
ShareHim will send each speaker, at no cost, a DVD-R containing the ShareHim evangelistic
series sermon notes and graphics and a DVD-R containing the Presentation Synchronizer
software. Presentation Synchronizer is a program that allows you to view the notes on your
laptop screen while simultaneously projecting the audience slides. Installation instructions
are included and will also be emailed to you when the discs are mailed. For technical
assistance with Presentation Synchronizer, please call 870-342-5341 from 7:00 am to
7:00 pm, Central Time.
The sermon disc you receive will contain audience graphics in the language for the country
where you will preach. If you wish to purchase sermon discs with other languages, go to the
ShareHim website, www.ShareHim.org, click on “Resources” in the left-hand menu, and
follow the instructions under “Buy Sermon Notes and Advertising Materials.”
Graphics Equipment
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Each speaker will need three pieces of equipment to preach a campaign:
1. A video projector
2. A Windows-based laptop computer with Microsoft PowerPoint (requirements
below)
OR a DVD player (A good option for the extremely computer-phobic)
3. A remote control to advance the picture
Another valuable piece of equipment is an inverter. With an inverter, you can power your
laptop and projector using only a standard car battery. You can find more information on
inverters in the “Electricity” section of this chapter.
NOTE: You must set up, test, and become completely familiar with the operation of
your equipment and the ShareHim sermons before leaving home. Practice preaching
with your equipment, including leaving a pause for the translator after each sentence or
statement. Also, practice editing the sermons in case this is necessary. Please don’t arrive at
orientation having never used your equipment or practiced preaching!
Several excellent training videos are available for viewing on the ShareHim website,
www.ShareHim.org. The videos cover topics such as setting up equipment, installing
software, preaching with a translator, and more. To view them, click on “Training Videos” in
the left-hand menu. For technical assistance with Presentation Synchronizer software,
please call 870-342-5341 from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, Central Time.
1) Video Projector: Because of the high cost, you may wish to try borrowing a video
projector before renting or buying one. Any projector with a brightness of 1,000 Lumens
or more is adequate, so most projectors made in the past few years will work fine.
Naturally, the more powerful the projector, the easier it is to see the picture. Very
powerful projectors, however, with a brightness of 3,000 or more Lumens sometimes
cannot be powered by backup generators. Be sure to verify that your projector can
operate on both 120 and 240 volt electricity. For more information, see the “Electricity”
section of this chapter.
Two recommended dealers of quality projectors are:

RTZ Audio Visual Associates, Inc. – Contact the Seventh-day Adventist owner,
Gary Lunsford, at 800-543-0582, 443-757-0480, or visit www.ritzav.com.

Slide & Sound Corporation – Contact Rick Boer at 503-615-0402, or visit
www.slideandsound.com.
2) Laptop Computer: Most Windows-based laptop computers with a DVD-R drive
should be able to send the sermon graphics to a projector. Two programs must be
installed—Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat Reader. In order to install and use
the Presentation Synchronizer software, the computer must have PowerPoint 2003 or
newer. Macs must have an Intel processor and Leopard with Bootcamp—Parallels will
not work. (Presentation Synchronizer allows you to view the sermon notes on the laptop
screen while simultaneously projecting the audience graphics.)
DVD Player: A DVD player may be used in place of a computer to send the graphics to
the projector. Those who are apprehensive about working with a computer may find this
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to be the best option. In addition, a DVD player is much cheaper than a laptop
computer, though you will need to print and use paper notes.
The DVD player must have a remote control to advance the picture. Make sure that
your player can operate on both 120 and 240 volts. (For more information, see the
“Electricity” section of this chapter.) Either of the two dealers mentioned above can
provide players that will work well.
3) Remote Control: There are two types of remote controls—radio frequency or “RF”
(like a car door remote) and infrared (like a television remote). RF remotes are much
better for preaching, since they work regardless of which way they are pointed.
Recommended units include the Honeywell Mini PowerPresenter and the Logitech
Cordless 2.4 GHz Presenter.
Quality RF remotes are available from David Johns at Present Solutions at 870-342-5341
or www.presentsolutionsdirect.com and from RTZ and Slide & Sound. Don’t forget to
bring an extra battery for your remote, and as with all your campaign equipment, be sure
to test and practice with your remote before leaving home.
Renting Equipment
For speakers who are unable to obtain graphics equipment locally, ShareHim has complete
graphics systems for rent. Each system includes a video projector, computer, remote control,
and a sturdy, hard-sided case. Most of these systems will be reserved from May through
September, since priority is given to university students.
During the rest of the year, ShareHim rents the systems to speakers who are unable to
purchase or borrow equipment locally. The cost is $350 USD, which includes round-trip
shipping. If you wish to rent a system, you may indicate so on the campaign application or
by logging in to the ShareHim website and clicking on “Request graphics equipment rental”
in the right-hand menu.
Upon receiving email confirmation that a system has been reserved, send a check payable to
“ShareHim” for $350 USD to ShareHim Equipment Rental Payment, Carolina Conference
of Seventh-day Adventists, P. O. Box 43234, Charlotte, NC 28215. Your equipment will
arrive about two weeks before the start of your campaign. It will be sent to the shipping
address you provided on the website, so please insure it is correct. The combination 7 0 4
or 0 7 0 4 is used to open the rental equipment case.
Please treat the equipment as if it were your own by handling it carefully, packing it correctly,
and allowing adequate cooling time before unplugging the projector. You should practice
setting up and preaching with your equipment as soon as it arrives. Training videos on
equipment setup and software installation can be viewed on the ShareHim website,
www.ShareHim.org. Click on “Information & Training Videos” in the left-hand menu.
If, after viewing the training videos on the website, you still have questions, you may contact
the ShareHim Equipment Department at 423-521-5866 or email equipment@sharehim.org.
When you return home, attach the provided pre-paid return shipping label to the case and
lock it. Call FedEx at 800-463-3339 to find your nearest FedEx drop-off location. You
MUST ship the equipment back to ShareHim within FIVE DAYS of the close of your
campaign so it can be prepared for upcoming campaigns.
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Paper Notes and Printing
All speakers should bring paper sermon notes. Speakers using a standard DVD player must
preach from printed notes. Those using a computer with a DVD-R drive and PowerPoint
2003 or newer can use the Presentation Synchronizer software to display the notes on the
computer screen while simultaneously projecting the audience graphics. They should,
however, still bring paper notes in case of equipment problems.
The sermon notes are included on the ShareHim sermon disc in Adobe Acrobat PDF
format. You must install the notes onto a computer in order to print them. Normally the
note files will be installed in the “My Documents” folder under “Truth for Today Sermons \
Adobe Acrobat Format Notes.” You’ll need the Adobe Acrobat Reader program to view
and print the notes (download free at get.adobe.com/reader). Please print the notes before
you leave home. Don’t bring a printer to the campaign or plan to find a printer in the
campaign country.
If you do not wish to print the notes yourself, you may purchase a complete pre-printed set
on weather-resistant paper for $109 USD from Present Solutions at 870-342-5341.
Recommendations for printing the sermon notes:
1. Not all of the sermons on the disc will be used, and you need only print the notes for
the sermons that you will preach. You can view the sermon schedule either on the
last page of this handbook or at www.ShareHim.org/sermonschedule.
2. Print on only one side of the page. That way you can slide the pages across rather
than flipping them, which can distract the audience.
3. Color notes make it easier to see at a glance whether the picture on the notes
matches the one on the screen. If you are printing notes only for backup, black and
white notes are adequate.
Electricity
Voltage: Most countries use 220-240 volt electricity instead of the 120 volt that is standard
in North America. Most projectors, computers, and DVD players can operate on both 120
volts and 240 volts, but please check your equipment to avoid damage. Look for a label
stating something like “Input 110-240V” on the back of the device, on the transformer that
is part of the power cord, or in the user manual. Also, verify that any other appliances
(hairdryers, irons, etc.) you plan to bring will operate on both voltages, since many will not.
For information on which voltage and plug style is used in your campaign country, see the
“Information about…” section near the bottom of the campaign overview webpage.
Surge protectors: A surge protector is strongly recommended to protect your
equipment from possible over-voltage. This will be discussed further at orientation. Since
surge protectors are normally designed for use with a single voltage, they should be obtained
in the campaign country. Beware of power strips or surge protectors purchased in North
America. If you try to use them in a country that uses 240 volts, they will likely break.
Adaptors: Adaptors are small devices that make the plug at the end of a power cord
compatible with a different style of electrical outlet. Adaptor sets are widely available. You’ll
need one for your laptop or DVD player and another for your projector. You may also need
one or more in your hotel room for small appliances. Remember, adaptors do not reduce the
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electrical voltage. They only allow you to plug your power cord into a different style of
outlet. You can find information about which plug style is used in your campaign country in
the “Information about…” section near the bottom of the campaign overview webpage.
Converters: A converter does reduce the electrical voltage. Many of the adaptor sets
mentioned above include a small converter. Don't depend on these small converters to
power anything but your smallest appliances, such as electric razors, small travel irons, and
hairdryers. Never use them for your graphics equipment, since your equipment can be
damaged!
Transformers: If your campaign equipment operates only on a voltage different than that
of the campaign country, you must secure a voltage transformer. Transformers large enough
to handle your equipment are quite heavy, so you’ll probably want to buy one in the
campaign country. Send an e-mail to the coordinator in that country and tell them of your
need. The e-mail address can be found on the campaign webpage.
Inverters: An inverter produces household-style electric current when attached to a 12 volt
battery, such as a car or truck battery. With an inverter, you can power your laptop and an
average-intensity projector using only a standard car battery, as long as the battery is fully
charged before the meeting each night. An inverter will also protect your equipment from
electrical surges. Inverters are especially useful in areas where electrical service is unreliable
or sporadic. Inverters can also be purchased at electronics stores, RV supply stores, and
truck stops.
Extension cords: The building codes of some countries, especially former British colonies,
prohibit full-power electrical outlets in bathrooms. If you want to use a hairdryer in the
bathroom, you'll need to bring an extension cord and run it into the bathroom from another
room. In any case, the multiple outlets on most extension cords make them handy to have
on a trip.
PLANNING FOR YOUR CAMPAIGN
Patience and Flexibility
Before the campaign, ask the Lord for an extra dose of patience and flexibility. In
many parts of the world, the concepts of preparation and scheduling have very different
meanings than you may be accustomed to. Drivers may occasionally be late, translators may
have trouble understanding you, and appeals may not always go smoothly.
Frustration normally does little to help the situation. A better approach is to explain clearly
and calmly just what you would like to happen and why. Also, realize that people in many
cultures don’t expect the kind of clockwork perfection you may prefer. In fact, in their
country, their way will often work better than your way. At times you may simply need to
stop, take a deep breath, and remember that this is the Lord’s work and the results belong to
Him. He can and He will do the job, even if we don’t always understand the details.
The Campaign Manager’s Role
ShareHim will assign at least one experienced campaign manager to each international
campaign. The manager will work to help your campaign run as smoothly as possible.
Several months before the campaign, the manager will travel to the campaign area to meet
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with the local church organization, pastors, and evangelism teams. During the campaign, the
manager will conduct the orientation and visit the campaign sites to observe the speakers,
translators, and the setup of the sites. The manager will meet with the speakers and support
team members at each campaign city to give encouragement and suggestions.
Orientation
Orientation for all participants is scheduled from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm on the Wednesday or
Thursday before the campaign. The location and date will be shown on the campaign
webpage. Please arrive in the orientation city no later than the night before orientation. All
participants—both speakers and support team members—must attend orientation,
regardless of previous experience. If you cannot attend orientation, you should
remove yourself from the campaign.
Topics discussed in orientation will include safety, health, cultural differences, emergency
contacts, and money exchange. You’ll also cover issues such as sermon preparation,
preaching technique, use of equipment, making appeals, working with a translator, visitation,
baptismal classes, closing Sabbath activities, and more.
In some cases, orientation will be held in the campaign city. In other cases, following
orientation you will travel to your campaign city, sometimes several hours away. The
schedule provides time for you to settle into your hotel, meet the local campaign committee
and translator, and visit your campaign site before Friday evening.
Campaign Schedule
Your campaign will begin on Friday evening. Speakers will preach nineteen sermons during
sixteen evening meetings and three Sabbath morning meetings. You can view the complete
international campaign sermon schedule on the last page of this handbook or at
www.ShareHim.org/sermonschedule. Note that only some of the sermons on the disc
will be used, and they will not necessarily be preached in numerical order.
Occasionally, church members or pastors have asked speakers to modify the sermon
schedule, shorten the sermons more than recommended, or preach without slides. Such
changes are strongly discouraged and can only be made with approval from the campaign
manager.
On the closing Sabbath, a local pastor will baptize candidates who are ready either at a local
site or at a mass baptism with candidates from other campaigns. Where possible, it’s
advisable to also have one or two willing candidates give testimonies and be baptized during
the second Saturday evening meeting. The sermon that night is about baptism, and many
people are encouraged to be baptized when they see someone else make that decision.
The final meeting on Saturday night is a meaningful time for bonding and farewells, and is
often one of the highlights of the campaign. At the close of the campaign, you may wish to
give a small gift to your translator, pastor, and driver to show your appreciation. Also, in past
campaigns, some participants have arranged to purchase Bibles for those who are baptized.
While this is permissible, you should not feel that it is expected or required.
On Sunday morning, most participants head for home, while others choose to take a few
days to enjoy the sights of the country. Each local church organization is asked to provide
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the e-mail address of a local travel agent who can help arrange sightseeing trips. Remember,
ShareHim rental graphics equipment must be returned five days after the closing meeting.
The Mentorship Program
One of the most important parts of a ShareHim campaign is the mentorship program. The
program is a structured way for an experienced speaker to guide and encourage others who
may have less experience. In each campaign city, one of the speakers will be designated as a
mentor for the group and will be mailed a packet of mentorship materials from ShareHim.
In daily morning meetings, the mentor will lead the speakers and support team members
through a discussion of the key themes to emphasize in each sermon.
During the morning meetings, you will also have a chance to share experiences from your
site and spend time praying together for the success of the campaign. In some cases, local
church workers will join you for these meetings. Because of the essential nature of the
morning mentorship meetings, punctual attendance is mandatory for all speakers and
support team members.
Making the Sermons Your Own
It is expected that you may want to make a few changes to the ShareHim sermons in order
to make them your own. For example, you may wish to occasionally substitute a personal
illustration for one in the sermon. If you decide to shorten the sermons, however, be very
careful. While it may be okay to leave out some details, it is far too easy to unintentionally
cut out important parts of the message. As a rule, you should never shorten the sermons
more than ten to fifteen percent.
Some speakers find it difficult to preach the sermons with translation in one hour or less.
Generally this happens because either the speaker is adding unnecessary details or the
speaker and translator have not had enough time to prepare together. Don’t assume that
cutting slides will shorten the length of your presentation. A sermon with many slides can be
preached in a reasonable time if you don’t spend too long on any one slide. In addition, a
sermon with very few slides is less likely to hold the audience’s attention.
NOTE: By applying to preach a ShareHim campaign, you are agreeing to preach the
sermons provided in the order given by ShareHim. You can view the sermon schedule on
the last page of this handbook or at www.ShareHim.org/sermonschedule. If you do not
feel you can preach the sermons provided in the order given, please return your
sermon disc and remove yourself from the campaign.
Support Team Members
Though most ShareHim campaigns are conducted by a single speaker, some campaigns may
involve one or more support team members in a variety of roles. For example, support
teams conduct children’s programming, present health lectures, perform music, and so on.
These all can be effective means of evangelism.
If you wish to participate as a support team member, you must work with a specific speaker.
If you don’t have a speaker to work with, you can try emailing the speakers for a campaign
and requesting to join their support team. Remember, to send email to people on the
website, simply click on their names. Someone may be thrilled to have you join his or her
support team.
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The JESUS Film
About one month before departure, each speaker will be mailed a DVD of The JESUS Film,
a powerful two-hour film based on the Gospel of Luke. The film will be in the language
most widely understood at your campaign site and is an integral part of a ShareHim
campaign.
You’ll show the film in short segments before each meeting using either your computer or a
separate DVD player. Some participants have chosen to bring a low-cost DVD player for
this purpose and leave it with the local church as a gift. The audio should be played through
the locally-provided sound system.
The DVD is divided into fifteen segments—one for each evening of the campaign, except
the last. The final segment is intended to be shown after Friday’s sermon followed by an
appeal during the film’s closing scenes. On the closing Saturday evening, some speakers
preach a short version of the final sermon and show the film again in its entirety. After the
campaign, you should leave the DVD with the local church.
NOTE: The ShareHim sermon disc should not be copied or left with the local
church. ShareHim provides all Divisions in which campaigns are held free copies of the
sermon notes and slides on DVD. Churches may obtain copies from the local ShareHim
coordinator.
Appeal Songs
Appeal songs are an important part of evangelism, since the Holy Spirit uses music to touch
hearts and minds. Each ShareHim sermon should be followed by a song sung either by the
speaker, another soloist, or a local choir. Be sure to communicate clearly with your local
campaign committee about how and when the songs will be used.
The sermon schedule includes a suggested song for each sermon. (View the sermon schedule
on the last page of this handbook or at www.ShareHim.org/sermonschedule.) Songs have
less impact if the audience is unfamiliar with them, so talk with the campaign committee and
musicians to select more familiar songs if necessary. Sheet music for the suggested songs
may be downloaded in both English and Spanish at www.ShareHim.org/appealsongs.
Decision Cards
Decision cards allow attendees to respond to the message in a tangible way and enable the
local church to contact them. The cards are used only on specific nights, as shown in the
sermon schedule. You can view a copy of the decision cards in various languages at
www.ShareHim.org/decisioncards.
The best method of distributing the cards will be explained at orientation, since it varies
from country to country. As with appeal songs, be sure to communicate clearly with your
local campaign committee how the cards will be used. The local church organization is
responsible for printing the cards, but occasionally cards are not available. If so, plan with
the committee an alternate method for registering decisions.
Abundant Living Health Talks
If you wish to present health talks at your meetings, Wildwood Lifestyle Center and the ASI
Medical Advisory Group have prepared two excellent sets of illustrated 12-minute health
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talks in multiple languages entitled “Abundant Living.” The lectures are in PowerPoint
format. The Western series has 26 talks targeted to industrialized areas, while the Village
series includes 25 talks intended for developing countries.
The combination of all 51 talks can be purchased from Health Education Resources at
www.healthexpobanners.com for $99 USD. The Western series alone costs $79 USD.
Contact Health Education Resources at 423-949-8211, 423-421-4193, or email
sales@HealthExpoBanners.com.
Truth 4 Youth Children’s Program
You may wish to present a children’s program in conjunction with your nightly meetings.
Young Disciple Ministries has teamed with ShareHim to produce a children’s evangelistic
series entitled “Truth 4 Youth.” This 26-part series is available in DVD and PowerPoint
formats and combines Bible stories, mini-sermons, songs, simple crafts, and other activities.
The programs correlate with the adult messages presented in a ShareHim campaign.
You can view a sample program at www.youngdisciple.com/truth-4-youth.aspx. The series is
available in English and Spanish for $129.95 USD. French and Swahili versions are planned.
For more information, contact Young Disciple Ministries at 509-722-4300.
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ShareHim Sermon Schedule
ShareHim International Campaign Sermon Topics
Week One
Day
Ser #
Sermon Title
Card
Fri
2-B
The Strange Man of Mud and Metal (Dan. 2)
Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus
Sat A.M.
3-C
Sleeping Through the Sirens (Christ’s Soon Return)
Amazing Grace
Sat P.M.
4-D
Why So Much Suffering? (The Great Controversy)
Precious Lord, Take My Hand
Sun
5-E
Move Your Hand (The Gospel)
Mon
8-H
It All Adds Up (2,300 Day Prophesy)
Tues
9-I
Your Day in Court (Judgment)
Wed
10-J
Whatever Happened to Right and Wrong?
Jesus, Keep Me Near The Cross
Thu
11-K
Memory Lapse and Monkey Business (Sabbath)
I Will Follow Thee, My Savior
Fri
12-L
Mister One-Day-Late (Dan. 7)
Sat A.M.
27-AA
Sat P.M.
16-P
X
My Jesus, I Love Thee
The Savior is Waiting
X
X
How to Prosper in Health (Health / Tithe)
How to Start Life Over Again (Baptism)
Appeal Song (Suggested)
I’d Rather Have Jesus
I Have Decided to Follow Jesus
Jesus, I Come to Thee
X
Lord, I’m Coming Home
Week Two
Sun
15-O
Where Do We Go When We Die?
It May Be At Morn
Mon
14-N
A Thousand Years in Jail (The Millennium)
Have Thine Own Way, Lord
Tue
17-Q
Who Framed God? (Hell)
Take My Life and Let It Be
Wed
19-S
Why So Many Denominations?
He Leadeth Me
Thu
21-U
Survivors of the Longest War (Rev. 12)
X
More About Jesus
Fri
25-Y
The Holy Spirit and the Unpardonable Sin
X
Just As I Am
Sat A.M.
7-G
Don’t Be Fooled (Christ’s Second Coming)
Sat P.M.
26-Z
Is Heaven Real?
All to Jesus I Surrender
X
When We All Get to Heaven
An “X” in the card column indicates that a decision card is prepared for this sermon.
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