missionary post

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Noun1.missionary post - an organization of missionaries in a foreign land sent to carry on religious workmissionary post - an organization of missionaries in a foreign land sent to carry on religious work
NGO, nongovernmental organization - an organization that is not part of the local or state or federal government
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The difficulties that Santo Domingo presented, coupled with James's familial ties to Samana, meant that Samana was a more appealing missionary post during the early years of James's ministry.
She told members of the church of a missionary timetable revealed to her by the Holy Spirit: the first missionary post would be Ghana, then Africa, and then the whole world.
Following his ordination into the Church of England he took up a challenging curacy in rural Shropshire, a missionary post in Zimbabwe and then a pastorship in Chile.
I don't normally use this space to brag about kinfolk, but I beg your indulgence today to tell you about my nephew, his wife and four children, currently on furlough in Maine from their missionary post halfway across the globe in Indonesia.
He was given the missionary post at Aberdeen in 1851.
In 1824, Day interviewed for a missionary post in Haiti, but he claimed that his Arminian theology prevented his appointment.
Ningbo was the closest city to my grandparents' missionary post at Ninghai.
As a young, southern Presbyterian minister, Sheppard longed for a missionary post in Africa, but the church's white-led foreign mission would send him only if he were accompanied by a white missionary, and that was hard to come by.

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