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What does it mean to be "entrepreneurial" in missions?  Does it mean taking risks in giving and going?  On the other hand, if God equips us for service and then calls us to go, or provides for us and then calls us to give, are we really taking a risk?  It sounds to me like a question of faith.

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(Photo of TWR President, Lauren Libby)