Saturday, December 19, 2015
Stop Sending Missionaries: Why More Isn’t Always Better
The Great Commission is immense, and just like any immense task it requires vision, dedication, and a lot of manpower. That being said, there are many times when I want to stop and say to the Western church: “Stop sending them! Stop sending under-qualified missionaries!”
To be sure, the workers are few, and the harvest is great. But that does not mean that more workers are necessarily better. It seems that the impatience that so marks the current generation has infiltrated the missionary movement under the guise of “urgency.” This impatience, rather than being curbed by church leaders, is often fostered and even encouraged.
And the result?
A lot of people are going to the nations who, frankly, shouldn’t be going—at least not yet. Read more
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 10:32 AM