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mis•sion•ar•y [mish-uh-ner-ee], plural -ar•ies
noun - A person sent by a church into an area to carry on ministries of evangelism using activities such as preaching, teaching, education, medicine, etc. Derived from the Latin missionem (nom. missio), meaning "act of sending" or mittere, meaning "to send".

37 Then He [Jesus] said to His disciples, "The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.
38 "Therefore beseech the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into His harvest."
– Matthew 9:37-38 (NASB)

Mission Boards We Recommend
Arabic Bible Outreach Armed Forces Baptist Missions
Baptist International Missions Baptist Missions to Forgotten Peoples
Baptist Mid-Missions Baptist World Mission
Biblical Ministries Worldwide Continental Baptist Missions
EMU International Gospel Furthering Fellowship
Grace Dental Mission Bibles International
Fellowship of Missions Frontline Missions
Gospel Fellowship Association International Board of Jewish Missions
Independent Gospel Missions Jewish Awareness Ministries
Maranatha Baptist Mission Missions to Military
Make A Timothy Today Northwest Baptist Missions
Open Door Baptist Missions Presbyterian Missionary Union
Worldwide Tentmakers World Wide NT Baptist Missions

Schools with Missions Programs we Recommend
Ambassador Baptist Bible College Appalachian Bible College
Bob Jones University Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary
Central Baptist Theological Seminary Central Baptist Theological Seminary
Clearwater Christian College The Crown College
Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary Faith Baptist Bible College
Geneva Reformed Seminary Heart of America Theological Seminary
Maranatha Baptist Bible College Northland Baptist Bible College
Pensacola Christian College Piedmont Baptist Bible College
Tabernacle Baptist College West Coast Baptist College

Ministries we Recommend
Creation Ministries International Institute for Creation Research