Definitions

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  • noun The manufacture of tents.

Etymologies

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tent +‎ making

Examples

  • The trade Paul shared with them, tentmaking, was an opportune profession for someone who wanted to mingle with the commercial class.

    One World, Under God

  • The trade Paul shared with them, tentmaking, was an opportune profession for someone who wanted to mingle with the commercial class.

    One World, Under God

  • They seem to be more comfortable trying business tentmaking first with house churches established around their shops before trying the shop-church.

    The Shop Church: The second mile

  • It is a perfect fit for me to be the chief executive of a ministry that promotes tentmaking because I follow the same model.

    Innovation in Kingdom Business

  • It is a tentmaking model, tailor-made for rural house church missionaries doing urban church planting, especially among migrants working in factory areas.

    The Shop Church: The second mile

  • The Swiss Basel Mission, a tentmaking missionary society, laid the foundations of the economy of modern Ghana.

    Innovation in Kingdom Business

  • Derek Christensen teaches at Carey Baptist College, a theological and missions training centre in Auckland, New Zealand, specializing in missions, tentmaking and marketplace theology.

    Equipping the lay missions force

  • It is a tentmaking model, tailor-made for rural house church missionaries doing urban church planting, especially among migrants working in factory areas.

    2007 May

  • His special interest is tentmaking in mission with a focus on training.

    Equipping the lay missions force

  • There is some uncertainty about the coverage of the term tentmaking.

    Innovation in Kingdom Business

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