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  • noun Plural form of tentmaker.


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  • He stayed with Aquila and Priscilla and worked alongside them as "tentmakers" (see Acts 18: 2-3).

    Charlottesville Blogs

  • He stayed with Aquila and Priscilla and worked alongside them as "tentmakers" (see Acts 18: 2-3).


  • It wants to mobilize 50 percent of Korean churches into missions, recruit one of every 300 Korean Christians to become missionaries, adopt 200 unreached people groups every five years, and send one million tentmakers into difficult-access countries by 2020.

    The Chinese are Coming

  • Over the past few years I have been working on a thesis about the training of tentmakers.

    Equipping the lay missions force

  • Technically speaking, student missionaries are also tentmakers.

    Models of Tentmakers in India

  • • Paul was willing to cooperate with tentmakers in the market, even though they were not Christian believers (Acts 18: 3).

    Seizing Tomorrow

  • Where tentmakers are part of business ventures that facilitate cross-cultural mission goals, there is substantial overlap with business as mission.

    Unleashing the Brazilian Evangelical Missionary Force through a Business as Mission model

  • In this connection, the “Tentmakers Roundtable Conference of Hyderabad,” referred to above, made a significant distinction between self-employed tentmakers and the other - employed ones.

    Innovation in Kingdom Business

  • But one of the conclusions I have come to is that traditional training for tentmakers has started at the wrong place.

    Equipping the lay missions force

  • While in Corinth, he met some fellow tentmakers—Priscilla and her husband, Aquila—who were believers as well.

    Saints & Scoundrels of the Bible


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