Leadership Ministries

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Leadership Ministries are one of the areas of focus for M2M. These ministries focus on providing Christian leadership including but not limited to:
3XM, Breakfast with Fred, C-12, Coaches Outreach, Council for Life, Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ), e3 Partners, Faith, Tourism, Turkey, Foundations of Truth, MEDIAlliance International, Roaring Lambs, and Tactical Chaplain Services.

You can find links to these ministries on their dedicated pages.

The Will to Win

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Guest post from leadership ministry partner: Breakfast With Fred Leadership Institute Mary Alice and I have six grandchildren. Our three children keep us amply supplied with pictures. Mary Alice is now thoroughly enjoying the second generation and the opportunity to be a grandmother. I am grateful for them and all they represent. They are great […]

Claire’s Story

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M2M’s (Ministry to Ministries) blog is focused on: Christian outreach ministries, leadership ministries, sharing updates from ministries we assist and providing overall guidance and wisdom. We’d like to share a recent story from CRM Empowering Leaders. Claire figured out she wanted to love hippies and tell them about Jesus when she was a teenager. When […]

Business – Family Style

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Guest post: Breakfast With Fred Leadership Institute Let’s consider your going into a family business where you are not one of the family. It can be very comfortable, secure, and also very, very frustrating. If you choose to operate as “one of the family,” it can be pleasant. However, remember the advantages always go to […]

Avoiding the Up and Down

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Guest post: Fred Smith, Sr. So many people live their emotional life like a yo-yo, going from high to low and back again. A Sufi parable alleges that a powerful king challenged his wise men to create a ring for him that would bring stability to his reign. The sages put their heads together and […]

Taking Time

by John

At M2M, we enjoy sending updates from some of our ministry partners. Breakfast With Fred Leadership Institute is an organization committed to bringing men and women with leadership expertise, life experience, and messages of hope to Christian campuses for the purpose of immersing themselves in campus and community life for 30 hours. The mission is to “stretch […]

Overcoming the World

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M2M is proud to support Bridge2913. They equip believers to engage their circle of influence and provide peers with the opportunity to seek and find Christ. Here’s an inspiring post from their site. Scottish pastor Thomas Chalmers wrote, “The best way to overcome the world is not with morality or self-discipline. Christians overcome the world […]

Values Focus for 2017

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The M2M blog is a collection of works from Christian outreach and leadership ministries we support and updates on Ministry to Ministries’ work. Here, we share a message of life balance and values from Breakfast with Fred Leadership Institute. Fred and Mary Alice grew up in the depression. Their Christmases were very lean, particularly Mary […]

Steadfastness

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M2M is happy to share a leadership ministry message from our friends at BWFLI (Breakfast with Fred Leadership Institute). Fred was consulting with a manufacturing firm in northern Ohio on November 22, 1963. He drove to Granbury, Ohio where their elder daughter was a student at Denison University. He visited and talked about the implications […]

M2M Joins North Texas Giving Day

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What is North Texas Giving Day? North Texas Giving Day is an online giving event for people across the nation (and the world!) to come together to raise as much money as possible for North Texas nonprofits on one day: September 22, 2016. Bonnie and Jim Lang, M2M Directors, thank you for your prayers and […]

Heroes Help

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Fred’s book You and Your Network outlined 8 categories which belong in your web of associations which form a healthy life. One of them is “heroes.” He frequently asked people about their heroes for he believed the answer gave him great insight. Fred once read that our heroes at age 10 strongly influence our adulthood. […]