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TENTMAKERS:
    A BOLD NEW ADVENTURE IN MISSIONS   

Tentmakers are professionals, skilled artisans, perennial students and others who use their professional, vocational or academic skills to support themselves while they share the Gospel of Jesus in parts of the world and to groups of people otherwise inaccessible to traditional mission approaches. The term "tentmakers" is taken from the Apostle Paul, who supported his own mission activity by making tents (Acts 18:1-4).

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is launching out to the final frontier of World Mission, and is opening the door to large numbers of church members to become personally involved in this bold new approach.

Conservative estimates suggest that 90% of our mission work is maintenance missions, support for and cooperation with existing programs and structures. While this type of mission outreach is still very important, it leaves untouched most of the unreached people in this world, namely, those living within the 10/40 window.

Follow the links below for more detailed information on different aspects of tentmaking:

Numerous job opportunities exist in these and other countries around the world. People in almost any profession or vocation may find excellent opportunities with excellent pay and benefits. Check out currently available Mission opportunities!

For further information on how you may participate in this bold new adventure in missions, contact Global Partnerships , Sutherland House, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan 49104.Telephone 616/471-6532; FAX 616/471-6252; E-mail partners@andrews.edu

Dr. Bruce Campbell Moyer, Director

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