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Monday, May 5, 2014

Questions for Christian missionaries

 

 

1.         Congregations of the early church were expected to support their own leaders and teachers

 

___A     by the end of the first century.

 

___B     within a generation.

 

___C     from the beginning.

 

 

2.         While working in Corinth, Paul was supported by gifts from the churches in

 

___A     Macedonia.

 

___B     Asia.

 

___C     Judea.

 

 

3.         God tested people's acceptance of the _____ by whether they were willing to support preachers financially.

 

___A     word

 

___B     faith

 

___C     kingdom

 

 

4.         Laborers worked in Jesus' time for a _____ a day.

 

___A     denarius

 

___B     talent

 

___C     measure of wheat

 

 

5.         Foreign support sometimes attracts _____ to the ministry.

 

___A     better‑qualified candidates

 

___B     mercenaries

 

___C     misfits

 

 

                                                                        


6.         Foreign support may take away ___________ between the national leader and the missionary.

 

___A     openness in the relationship

 

___B     tension

 

___C     excessive requests for aid

 

 

7.         _____________ can know best which workers are truly worthy of support.

 

___A     The missionaries

 

___B     The national church

 

___C     The national preachers themselves

 

 

8.         Foreign support of national preachers _____________ the time when the national church will be willing to assume support of its own workers.

 

___A     hastens

 

___B     delays

 

___C     does not affect

 

 

9.         Supporting national preachers with foreign money improves

 

___A     the relationship between the nationals and the missionaries.

 

___B     the statistics reported by the missionaries.

 

___C     the attitude of the preachers toward the churches they work with.

 

 

10.        If missionaries want to stop supporting national preachers with foreign funds, the best way is

 

___A     to cut off the support all at once.

 

___B     to reduce the support by degrees.

 

___C     to wait until the national church says it is ready.

 

 

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