Tentmakers are unique missionaries. Often tentmakers are alone in their endeavors. They were not sent through a mission board or a sending agency. Instead, they applied for a position and were accepted.
They have special challenges that traditional missionaries don’t have. They also have a unique position in their co-workers lives, some of these professionals may not ever meet a missionary outside of work or school to hear the Good News. That’s why tentmakers are quickly becoming a vital role in the missions movement globally.
Today I’ve written a post at Missional Call describing the uniqueness of tentmakers, or missionaries who serve through business abroad. Click on over my article at Missional Call to read about the challenges they face.