5 Key Characteristics of Paul’s Approach to Missions

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Saul the religious terrorist who became Paul the Apostle of Jesus Christ is arguably the most important Christian missionary of all time. Paul’s life as a missionary was not filled with roses and pleasant conversations. He suffered for Jesus Christ, “hardships everywhere he goes, care and concern for the fledging congregations planted at almost every stop along the way, and a burning desire to preach Christ where he was not known.”[1] While Moreau argues that Paul’s methods could not be suited to today’s missionaries without burnout ending their ministries,[2] I will discuss 5 characteristics of Paul’s approach to taking the Gospel forth to the Lost world. Read more