At Magazine Training International we are confident that God is holding the rope, but as indicated in Ecclesiastes, the strength of the rope matters as well. We are excited about the future, but as the three-stranded rope demonstrates, we are not strong without your support in prayer and giving.
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Why should you choose MTI?
“It’s a place to connect with wonderful people who are very well informed, who are rich in knowledge and resources. I’m learning so many things.”–Ivy Drafor-Amenyah, executive director of Regain Hope in Ghana
“MTI with its godly, dedicated, skilled, visionary staff and board has been a big answer to our prayers for seeing RWC’s impact grow.”–Rusty Wright, founder of Rusty Wright Communications
“I am honored to be on the bench of MTI and to be an MTI friend. Magazine Training International blesses so many with its words that make up the swirling broth of meaningful ideas.”–Dr. Michael Ray Smith, award-winning writer, photojournalist, academic and conference speaker
“The MTI team that Sharon Mumper has assembled to resource and train journalists across the globe is truly inspiring and world-class. When Christian journalists are well trained and empowered, the sky’s the limit on what they can do for their communities for the cause of Christ.”–Tim Morgan, adjunct professor at Gordon College
“From 2023, it’s going to be a new magazine thanks to MTI. “We’re going to revolutionize everything. We’re going to take all that we’ve learned and sit down and have some serious brainstorming.”–Ray Mensah, editor of Voice of Missions magazine in Ghana
“The publication of Christian magazines is very important given the need on the ground. I hope that if we train more writers, we will be able to influence Africa through their publications.”–Kasereka Sindani Gédéon, BALAFON magazine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
“[MTI training] will be new, refreshing, and provide a networking opportunity as well. Your magazine will not be the same. It will evolve into new dimensions and have stronger impact.”–John Jebaraj James, former editor of Campus Link in India
“I’m on a mission trip in Ghana, but I’m using my skills to help other people learn about spreading their message through publishing.”–Lea Greene, publication content manager and designer for SACONNECTS