The wisdom of supporting national pastors with mission funds has been debated for many years.
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This article is a response to “When the Mission Pays the Pastor” by Wayne Allen, April 1998 EMQ.
This article is a response to the article “When the Mission Pays the Pastor,” by Wayne Allen, April 1998 EMQ.
During the four decades I have observed the productivity question from the home side, a number of trends have emerged.
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