Introduction to Missions

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Chapter 10,Discovering Missions

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5   A British Baptist minister who in the 1800s said, "Do not enter the ministry if you can help it."
7   One area in which mission boards want prospective missionaries to be healthy
9   A man who was told by his denominational mission board, "We cannot send you to South America, but if God has called you, you will go or backslide."
1   An Old Testament character whose misgivings about whether God was really calling him led him to do some unusual things to clear up the uncertainties before proceeding
2   One thing mission boards look for in prospective missionaries
3   The role that a pastor plays for a member of his/her congregation who feels called to missionary service
4   An Old Testament person to whom God's call came in a dramatic vision
6   One position that today's missionaries rarely fill
8   The ranking of "personal incompatibility" in the list of causes of shortened missionary careers and failure of missionaries to achieve their potential

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Based on material in bookDiscovering Missions by Charles Gailey and Howard Culbertson, published by Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City

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