Featured Interview: Rosilind Jukic

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Featured Interview: Rosilind Jukic

It’s been a while since we featured an interview on Clothed In Scarlet, so here it is! I had a wonderful time chatting with my dear friend, Rosilind Jukic from Croatia.

It’s been just about 7 months since Rosilind launched her website, Missional Call, and it’s already become a raving success. In fact, quite a few of her articles have been syndicated by the well-acclaimed SpiritLed Woman eMagazine. Rosilind and I chatted about her blogging journey, her latest eBook, and future plans for her missionary website.

You can view my interview with Rosilind Jukic below:

In case you’re unable to see the video above, click here.

Rosilind recently launched her latest eBook, The Missional Handbook – a guide to prepare Christians for local and world missions.

The Missional Handbook

The Missional Handbook basically surmises that every believer is a missionary where they are planted, but need not be limited by their physical location. As an American, settled as a missionary in Croatia, Rosilind knows the ins and outs of missionary life in a foreign culture. And as a blogger, she uses the internet as a mission field to reach out to the nations with the love of Christ. She has compiled her best knowledge, combined with those of other experienced missionaries to publish this eBook.

The Missional Handbook covers some basics such as:

  • How we need to approach missions in the modern era
  • How we can be directly involved in global missions right from our living rooms
  • How we can reach the nations without ever leaving our homes

The eBook shares a revolutionary approach to missions in this day and age, challenging readers to look at it from a new perspective. It also includes information on how to practically implement this modern missional approach, how to prepare for the mission field and different ways to support other missionaries abroad. To top it all, The Missional Handbook also has a Q & A segment and a bonus section with tips from missionaries and stories from local, global and uncommon missionaries.

What stood out for me as I read The Missional Handbook was this: we don’t have to pack our bags and leave the country in order to do missionary work. We can be missionaries right in our own backyards. There are people in our own localities who have not heard about the love of God. We just need to be willing to put aside our inhibitions, reach out and share the love of Christ with them.

Here are some of my favorite quotes from the eBook:

If your heart is beating, you are called to be a missionary.

You can be a missionary right on your own street.

I especially loved how Rosilind built up the buzz around her eBook just before its launch using freebies, inspirational quotes and relevant graphics. She followed a lot of the tips I share in my eCourse, 4 Weeks to Sell Your First Product Online. As we discussed in the video, launching an eBook takes a lot of planning and hard work, but the fruit of your labor is sweet and well worth it!

If you have a passion to share the Gospel and serve God right where you are, The Missional Handbook is just the resource you need. Pick up your copy on PDF or Kindle today!

About the Author:

School teacher turned internet marketing consultant, Sunu Philip is a Certified SEO Specialist. She founded “Clothed in Scarlet” to help women discover their unique God-given strengths and turn their talents into profits online. She offers subscribers a Free Online Business Startup Kit to help them start their online business from scratch.

7 Comments

  1. Rosilind @ Missional Call July 5, 2014 at 1:11 am - Reply

    Thank you, Sunu for the great interview. You are so supportive and such a good friend!

    • Sunu Philip July 15, 2014 at 5:09 pm - Reply

      It is my pleasure to feature you here. Your friendship is Godsend for me. Love you..Rosilind!

  2. JoAnn Arnold July 11, 2014 at 11:24 am - Reply

    Rosilind,
    I just finished watching your interview with Sunu Philip regarding, “The Missional Handbook” that you have so diligently worked on and have successfully launched. I did enjoy watching and found it to be inspirational for anyone wishing to help give guidance to those with a desire to help lead people toward Christianity and the mission field.
    It is interesting to me that you have stated, “one does not have to leave the Country to be a missionary”. I do not in anyway consider myself to be a missionary as that has always been my thought that to be a missionary one must pack up and travel abroad. As you have explained we can and must have a spiritual desire to help others and be on a mission to carry out that desire through spreading the word to all that may listen. I believe whether this is done through speaking or blogging, as you have done, the Lord does expect us to work toward that endeavor in order to be Christians ourselves. I did dream in my earlier years of becoming a missionary. I think there were more things that I held as my first priority and didn’t have the faith that I would ever be able to do that. Now that as I grow older and have a 14 year old granddaughter I know that I am inhibited from traveling out of the country. However, that does not stop me from doing some teaching and spiritual advising through the internet. And yes, I consider you as my friend and a very good one at that, even though we have never met personally. Thank you for your correspondence and comments from time to time from, “across the pond” as you have said previously. Will close this excerpt as it is no longer just a comment, but becoming more like a journal.

    • Sunu Philip July 15, 2014 at 5:13 pm - Reply

      Thank you JoAnn! It was great chatting with Rosilind. She is so passionate about missions. And yes, just listening to her make us passionate about missions…I love that! So glad she inspired you!

    • Rosilind @ Missional Call July 17, 2014 at 8:41 pm - Reply

      Hi Joann – I am so glad you came by watch the video! I truly believe that we are all missionaries…some in foreign countries and some at home – but we all carry the gospel where we are. You are such an inspiration – using what you have at your hand to do what God has called you to do. It has been so wonderful getting to know you. It’s amazing what one Facebook comment can lead to, isn’t it? You have been so encouraging to me!

  3. Judith July 15, 2014 at 9:41 pm - Reply

    Thank you Sunu for hosting this interview with Rosilind. I really enjoyed listening to it.

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