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A Christianmission has been widely defined, since the Lausanne Congress of 1974, as that which is designed "to form a viable indigenous church-planting movement." This definition is motivated by theological analyses of the acts required to enhance God's reputation (usually translated as "glory" or "honor").
Christianmissions strategist Luis Bush pinpointed the need for a major focus of evangelism in the "10/40 Window," a phrase he coined in his presentation at the missionary conference Lausanne '89 in Manila.
In the fastest-growing Christian movements, the pastoral education is "pipelined," flowing in a just-in-time fashion from the central churches to daughter churches.
Missions or Missões (in Portuguese) also is the name of a region located in today's state of Rio Grande do Sul, roughly occupying the same area previously dominated by the colonialmissions.
Mission, Oregon, in the U.S. Mission, South Dakota, in the U.S. Mission, Texas, in the U.S. Mission, Calgary, a district in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
A Mission bottle in pharmacy is a container for an oral liquid drug that is given to a patient (as opposed to a stock bottle, which usually contains a bulk amount of liquid and is not to be given to patients).
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