03 Sep The Mission Minute Issue #9
During this time of staying at home, Zoom calls, and reading overwhelming amounts of information — Mission Triangle is excited to pass along a “Mission Minute” full of simple nuggets of encouragement, key learnings, and announcements. We find them helpful and hope you do as well!
- Listen: One of the greatest ways to serve is to listen. At a time when racial, medical, and political tensions are high, what if we intentionally stopped to listen, even to whom we most disagree? It starts with listening to God, and then perhaps we will have the ears to hear what others, including our co-workers and neighbors, are really saying.
Sound Business Principle
- Hard Work: This Labor Day, let’s celebrate the gift of work. Work certainly look different this year, but as Sho Baraka points out, “you don’t need to be an architect to build a better city.” Or, as IFWE shows us, “it is in work that the sacred and secular often meet.” The business of nonprofit leadership is both a sacred and secular endeavor. Happy Labor Day.
Mission Triangle Tool of the Week
- Nonprofit Essentials Digital Workshop: September 24 or October 15 (check out this brief video clip for more info on this virtual workshop!)
- RALtoday: very helpful daily news email focused on Raleigh and community updates
- Angel Oak Creative: tips for virtual events — blog and Sep 9th webinar
- The Convergence Center: Sep 24 / Oct 1 half-day trainings from one of our partners, Erika James, on Kingdom diversity in Christian organizations.
Spotlight of the Week
- Refugee Hope Partners: With Wake County’s shift to online learning, the need to support the 600+ refugee adults and children in RHP’s care has never been greater. Through daily online school support, ESL tutoring, and high school mentoring, RHP is stepping into the gap – and invites you to join them. For more information, visit the Mission Triangle Nonprofit Needs Page.
- James Corden – Carpool Karaoke with Lin Manuel Miranda: Just in case you didn’t get enough by watching Hamilton recently, here’s some authentic “jamming out in the car” type tunes.