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The following is my recommendation for Jeff Bush, director of Vision Baptist Missions. Dear Pastor It brings me great pleasure to introduce you to Jeff Bush. I have known Jeff and Mindy Bush for over 15 years, and have watched as God has grown and developed Jeff into the faithful man that he is today....
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Tent-making seems to be the thing now. People are afraid of deputation. I remember that same feeling when I was praying about missions in 1985. I looked for every way possible to get out of deputation. I thought it would be horrible to have to go and beg for funds. I thought the system was...
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Some where the idea crept in that serving God and being in full time ministry might not work out. Therefore I need a back up plan if the things of God don’t work out. So many want to be tent makers to insure their future. “This is their way of surrendering without really surrendering.” John...
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Tent-making missionaries sounds like a good idea. The term refers to professional people, Christians in all sorts of careers who will travel to other countries and “infiltrate every structure of society!” According to Kritzinger and Saayman in On being witnesses the tent-makers are • Secular salaried people, who find positions abroad, usually with the help...
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Some issues related to raising support as a missionary. http://worldevangelismcenter.org/Leadership%20with%20Vision/raising%20support.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 20:47 — 9.7MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSS
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Your deputation is a self fulfilling prophecy. Your faith and trust in God causes you to act a certain way and it will produce certain results. If you think that the pastor will give you a meeting it is much more likely to happen if you believe. Your faith or lack thereof is heard in...
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