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Missions is Too Important to Be Left to Professionals

Here’s a good word from MissionsMisunderstood.com: More often than not, “partnering in missions,” means small churches give what little money they think they can afford to a larger church or a missions sending agency that will handle mobilization, screening, indoctrination, training, sending, and maintenance of missionaries on the field. This is not “partnering,” it’s outsourcing. […]

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Priorities: Church Planting or Bible Translation?

OK, missiologists, let me know what you think about this. In the July-August 2010 issue of Missions Frontiers magazine (I had never heard of it) Paul Eschleman (or him), founder of the JESUS Film Project and Vice President of Evangelism Strategies for Campus Crusade, lists what he sees as the top five “global evangelization priorities […]

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