WORLD MISSIONS: Home Vs. Foreign

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WORLD MISSIONS HOME VS. FOREIGN The opening paragraph of this tract reads: “WHEN talking about world missions, so often we hear the terms “home missions” and “foreign missions” used. Pastor A says he’ll only support “church planting missionaries,” and Pastor B says he’ll only support church planting missionaries on the “foreign” field. This creates a […]

WORLD MISSIONS

HOME

VS.

FOREIGN

The opening paragraph of this tract reads: World Missions 4

“WHEN talking about world missions, so often we hear the terms “home missions” and “foreign missions” used. Pastor A says he’ll only support “church planting missionaries,” and Pastor B says he’ll only support church planting missionaries on the “foreign” field. This creates a real dilemma for Brother Missionary, for he is caught, as it were, in a catch 22 situation. Pastors A and B want to do what is right, but they, like so many others, have found themselves unwittingly caught up in this man made philosophy of “home and foreign missions.” The concept of “home missions” and “foreign missions” cannot be supported from Scripture for it is nowhere to be found. The Scriptures teach one and only one approach to missions. Consider, if you will, a few basic thoughts on this subject. “

The last 2 paragraphs of the tract read:

“It would be wrong to place all missionary laborers in one part of the Lord’s harvest field; therefore we need to pray the Lord of the harvest for wisdom in knowing where He wants to send the laborers, whether it’s down the street, to the other side of town, or to another continent. No matter where it is, it’s the Lord’s entire harvest field, and it’s ALL foreign missions!

It is my personal opinion that the man made dichotomy of “home missions vs. foreign missions” has done more to harm the world-wide missionary enterprise than any other single thing that I can think of.”

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