Introduction to Missions

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Chapter 4, Discovering Missions


3 Roman Catholic groups such as the Benedictines, Franciscans, Dominicans, Carmelites and Jesuits who carried on that church's global outreach
4 Lack of independence or self-sufficiency; in Christian mission it is often related to finances
6 The category of organizations like Wycliffe Bible Translators, Cru, which was originally Campus Crusade for Christ and Gospel Recordings
7 A word applied to the way some missionaries support themselves by working at a secular job, in much the same way as the Apostle Paul used his own craftsmanship skills to support his ministry
1 The acronym of a delivery method for training church leaders in which the schooling goes to the students instead of vice-versa
2 Acting on behalf of other people without their permission, often creating dependency
3 An inclusive community such as the Church that may have within it smaller, task-oriented groups called "sodalities"
5 A voluntary, task-oriented association that has been established for a specific purpose (such as to do cross-cultural missionary outreach)

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

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