foreign mission


foreign mission

foreign mission ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. mission(def 10).
  2. mission(def 7).

Origin of foreign mission First recorded in 1800–10 Examples from the Web for foreign mission Historical Examples of foreign mission

  • It exists peculiarly in Asia, the greatest of all foreign-mission lands.

    Quiet Talks with World Winners

    S. D. Gordon

  • Now, without doubt the sending of the missionaries has vastly improved conditions of human life in the foreign-mission lands.

    Quiet Talks with World Winners

    S. D. Gordon

  • The Christian standards present in our American life, and absent from these foreign-mission lands, make an enormous difference.

    Quiet Talks with World Winners

    S. D. Gordon

  • And this experience of Bishop Bashford’s is being repeated, over and over again, throughout the foreign-mission world.

    Quiet Talks with World Winners

    S. D. Gordon

  • It has come to be one of the great expressions of the unifying spirit of the Church on foreign-mission soil.

    Quiet Talks with World Winners

    S. D. Gordon

  • British Dictionary definitions for foreign mission foreign mission noun

    1. a body of persons sent to a non-Christian country in order to propagate Christianity
    2. a diplomatic or other mission sent by one country to another

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