More Thoughts on Priorities in Ministry

Below are some more provoking thoughts on what we should be doing as missionaries.

“But what we have failed to comprehend in our frustration is that the real problem is not with the masses-what they believe, how they are governed, whether they are fed a wholesome diet or not. All these things considered so vital are ultimately manipulated by others, and for that reason, before we can resolve the exploitation of the people we must get to those whom the people follow.” – Coleman

Coleman goes on to say, “This, of course, puts a priority on winning and training those already in responsible positions of leadership. But if we can’t begin at the top, then let us begin where we are and train a few of the lowly to become the great.”

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