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9 Great Commission design principles

I’ve been focusing on biblical foundations for missions. Here are a few more principles I have found to be true: 1. Principle of Going and Sending Every goer needs a group of senders backing him or her in prayer. 2. Principle of Mobiliza…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes

I’ve been focusing on
biblical foundations for missions. Here
are a few more principles I have found to be true:

1. Principle of Going and Sending

Every goer needs a group of senders backing him or her in
prayer.

2. Principle of Mobilization

Disciples are mobilized as they identify with those on the
mission field. The goal of a mobilizing
trip, therefore, is to promote such identification.

3. Principle of Unlimited Opportunity

Opportunities do not equal callings. In today’s world, the internet offers
unlimited opportunity. The starting
place for action is prayer-motivated strategy that unearths the best opportunities.

4. Principle of Local Advantage

National churches are best equipped to reach their own
countrymen. They should be equipped to
do so.

(continued tomorrow)

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I'm motivated to join God in his global reclamation project. He's on the move, setting his sons and daughters free from their places of captivity. And he's partnering with those of us who have been freed to go and free others.



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