This article explores the emerging roles of the North American missionary in light of the changing face of global missions. Missionary sending has become a phenomenon of reciprocity. Because the Global South has become a missionary sending force, missionaries are going from everywhere to everywhere. This shift has created a need for North American missionaries to reevaluate their roles in missions. They are increasingly becoming “Global Missionaries” that serve in more than one context. The author defines and describes a Global Missionary, evaluates the factors for the shift, and advocates a greater global partnership to fulfill the Great Commission.
Waltrip, B. C. (2018). The Global Missionary: The Emerging Roles of North American Missionaries in the Twenty-First Century. Great Commission Research Journal, 10(1), 32-48. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol10/iss1/14