Sending and Supplicating (Acts 13:1–4)

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Doug Van Meter - 13 October 2019

Sending and Supplicating (Acts 13:1–4)

The local church is God’s appointed means for the fulfilling of the Great Commission. The local church therefore is God’s appointed means for cross-cultural missions. And when the local church sends missionaries, it is responsible to care for and support those missionaries. The church does so financially, relationally, and administratively—but this is all undergirded by supporting them prayerfully.

Scripture References: Acts 13:1-4

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The local church is God’s appointed means for the fulfilling of the Great Commission. The local church therefore is God’s appointed means for cross-cultural missions. And when the local church sends missionaries, it is responsible to care for and support those missionaries. The church does so financially, relationally, and administratively—but this is all undergirded by supporting them prayerfully.