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Prayer
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Prepare Scripture
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Planting of Seed
Prep School
Producing Disciples
Pastoral Training
Planting Churches
Physical Support
Praise & Post-Op
Present Missions
Sample Tracts
Missionary Info
Prayer Chain
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INTRODUCTION

MISSION OUTREACH STEPS

1) PRAYER

(We can honor Godís command in 1 Thess 5:17 to "Pray without ceasing", by banding together as a body of believers and taking one or more 15 minute prayer slots per week, until someone is praying during every hour of every day for missions. We should also be praying for wisdom on how we can specifically follow Godís command in Mark 16:15 to "Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature.Ē)

2) PREPARATION & PLANNING

(The best preparation we can do initially is found in 2 Chron. 7;14, "If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will fogive their sin, and heal their land.Ē The next step in preparation is to survey the area to be reached and determine the most effective way to reach those people.)

3) PROVISIONS

(This chapter will explain how in most countries, which have missionaries in place, it only costs an average of $1,000 to reach a million people, if you follow the basic steps in this book.)

4) PREPARING SCRIPTURES (Translation Work)

(In countries or areas that have no scripture in their language, it only requires a minimal amount of translation work to start to reach them. By translating the first chapter of John, a tract, and possibly a newspaper ad, you can get started.)

5) PRINTING OF SCRIPTURE

(The printing of tracts, correspondence courses and scripture can be done initially on a copy machine, but later would need a Christian printer.)

6) PLANTING of SEED (Scripture)

(Ads in local newspapers have been used successfully to reach a large number of people quickly. Mass tract distribution is also very effective. All offer free Bible correspondence course that individuals can write in for.)

7) PREP SCHOOL BY CORRESPONDENCE

(This chapter will show how a correspondence school can be established and managed. An example of a correspondence course for John and Romans is provided.)

8) PRODUCING DISCIPLES

(Once a student has completed the correspondence course, he or she is then discipled one-on-one with a specially designed program.)

9) PASTORAL TRAINING

(Through prayer and Godís leading, men will be called to become pastors. They will need to be trained. This chapter will describe ways that this can be accomplished.)

10) PLANTING OF LOCAL CHURCHES

(Once a pastoral candidate has been trained and deemed fit to pastor, the missionary and the other leaders in the area need to help him establish a church, usually in an area where a large number of correspondence course students are located.)

11) PHYSICAL CHURCH SUPPORT

(Other than prayer and financial support, the greatest support a missionary can receive is physical support through visits to their mission field. Assistance with tract & scripture distribution, and literature production help are just two of the areas that churches can help support the missionary. Constant communication with the missionary helps he and his family realize that they are not alone in their work.)

12) PRAISE & POST-OP REVIEW

(As with any venture, a review of the program and process needs to be done periodically. The key people involved need to praise and thank God for what He has done, as well as seek His guidance as to the future of the project.)

MISSIONS IN PROGRESS

SAMPLE TRACTS

MISSIONARY INFORMATION

PRAYER CHAIN

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