To live as a Franciscan, as well as to think as one, thus amounts to walking, to "itinerating
," to use here a neologism drawn from Bonaventure's treatise (Itinerarium), going where "you did not think and did not wish to go" (Jn 21:18), quite simply because no road is marked out in advance.
The nine, handwritten manuscript notebooks George has edited are all housed at Spurgeon's College, London, and comprise all the notes Spurgeon used in his preaching while itinerating
with the Lay Preachers' Association connected with St Andrew's Street Baptist Church in Cambridge, and then as pastor of the congregation at Waterbeach just outside the university town, from 1851-1854.
into Virginia's northern counties and itinerating
During the late Qing Dynasty the CIM adopted an "extensive" rather than an "intensive" missionary strategy, promoting relatively superficial proclamation of the Gospel by foreign as well as Chinese itinerating
laymen and the deployment of single Western women in the interior of China.
A prophet-type I know was banned from preaching in his own church even while he was itinerating
throughout New Zealand.
The tension for Morgan and for the mission was as to how far missionaries should be settled in one place overseeing institutions or how far they should be involved in itinerating
around Maori settlements and engaging in preaching, evangelising and pastoral work.
Cloud," who, Dow explained, "gave me the liberty of his preaching house that night" where "I spoke to about seventy whites and blacks." Lorenzo Dow was an experienced transatlantic preacher, itinerating
from his Connecticut home to the Deep South, then across the ocean to try his hand at converting the Catholics of Ireland.
John Crawford's description of the short-lived itinerating
libraries scheme reveals a novel attempt to promote reading in isolated areas.
(34) To overcome the exertions of itinerating
through the bush, he set up a tent (a gift from Chief Justice Francis Forbes) from which he distributed tobacco and rations.
Regarding marriage among leaders in early Christianity, firm historical data is contained in 1 Cor 9:5, which pertains to spouses itinerating
. After Paul defends his unmarried status in 1 Corinthians 7, he goes on to admit that marriage was the standard practice among church leaders--even though he and Barnabas have not exercised their marital right.