Training Missionaries for Today’s World

We have laid down the principle that the missionary's preparation must be commensurate with the task assigned. Further, we have defined the missionary's task, pointing out its changeless as well as relative aspects. (Evangelical Missions Quarterly, Summer, 1965.) Thus we know the quality of men needed, and we now turn to the missionary's preparation.

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