In a recent issue of Mission Frontiers, I read an article by John Holzmann, in which he quotes from the Jul/Aug 1984 issue of World Christian magazine (p. 18): There are more missionaries for the 100,000 Alaskan natives than there are for the 850 million Muslims (of the world). In North Africa, the missionaries are outnumbered two million to one. If the situation in North America were proportionally the same, there would be only 150 full-time Christian workers here, and only eight small churches to choose from. “Personal Support Raising,” Mission Frontiers, Jan-Mar, 85, page 24.
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