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The Greek verb “apoluo” (to send away) is used in a positive sense in Acts 13:3 when the church at Antioch sent Paul and Barnabas on their first missionary journey. This blog is designed to help churches select, train, and send missionaries to the harvest fields of souls.


apoLuo WORKSHOP CONTENT #001: apo…WHAT?

apoLuo WORKSHOP CONTENT #001: apo…WHAT?

#1 in a series devoted to sending churches. The content of this post is adapted from BMW’s 6-hour apoLuo workshop. Numbered articles are intended to be read sequentially for maximum benefit. That’s apo-luo, not apo-luau. No need to run out and look for a lei and a grass skirt. If you’ve given Acts 13 a close…

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Can Your Church Produce A Missionary?

Local churches trained and sent out pastors and missionaries for over 1000 years without educational institutions or mission boards.  Where did these men come from, and how were they trained?  Mentors, in the context of local church ministry, trained each new generation of church leaders.  The churches then sent them out as their own children…

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