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Dr. David Livingstone (1813-1873) was a doctor and missionary in the Congo.


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No, you do not. Multiple church denominations will issue a license to those within their folds, but anyone who has the desire to preach the Gospel (Good News of Jesus Christ) can preach the Gospel in Pennsylvania. In fact, none of the New Testament disciples where licensed to preach the Gospel. Licensing to preach the Gospel is a man made or created requirement that is not only unnecessary, but ridiculous as well. If God gives one the passion or desire to preach the Gospel, then he must preach the Gospel. Otherwise he may end up inside a whale! Read the book of Jonah and see what happened to a man who rejected God calling to preach.

They travelled across the nations, to preach the Gospel.

To preach the gospel to.=to convert to christianity.=

No any body can preach in the state of Alabama.

Mary Magdalene preached the gospel of Jesus.

They are needed to preach the Gospel to us.

To go and preach the gospel to all nations

The most famous parable in the gospel of Luke was The Prodigals Son.

A born-again Christian may preach the gospel of Jesus Christ if he has read and studied the New Testament in the Bible. Historically, both the Apostle Peter and the Apostle Paul were the first to preach the gospel after the resurrection of Jesus. Peter preached to the Jews, Paul was sent by Jesus to preach the gospel to the Gentiles (non-Jews). Thereafter, ordinary Christians "gossiped the gospel" throughout the Roman Empire and beyond. Once the church became established in the Roman Empire, preaching of the gospel became the job of the "professional clergy". Nowadays, an increasing number of born-again Christians seek to preach the gospel in their family, workplace and community, since few nowadays attend church, and so will never hear the gospel otherwise.

Skillet is gospel and rock. Their music is rock, while their lyrics are mainly gospel. Also, at Skillet's concerts, they will preach the gospel, while playing gospel rock music.

The Holy Bible does not say that he preached.

Go into all the world and preach the gospel.

A man does not need a license from the state in order to preach the gospel in the state of Georgia. However, the church may issue the man a license, as their stamp of approval on his preaching abilities.

He went to Japan to preach the Gospel to the Japanese.

to preach, and teach about the gospel of our lord and savior jesus christ.

preach the gospel to all ends of the world.

Nope, and any such requirement would be an infringement on the 1st amendment, no man needs a license to preach the Word

Jesus did teach his disciples to preach, and, after receiving the blessing of the Holy Spirit, they went out and preached the Gospel. Several of them were crucified for it.

The Holy Spirit is what moved Paul to preach to the Greeks. Paul traveled approximately 10,000 miles spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.

yes because christ die for all and gives us a graet commission to go in to the world and preach the gospel of our lord JESUS CHRIST

The mission of Christianity is to preach the good news of Jesus Christ (or Gospel) to everyone.

Roman Catholic AnswerTo preach Jesus Christ and His Gospel to the Gentiles.

Matthew 24:14 - And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come. Mark 16:15 - And He said to them, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature."

Any one whom God has called to preach the gospel (salvation by grace through faith in the finished work of Jesus Christ on the cross of Calvary) is a preacher/minister. A preacher/minister who has accepted a full/part time position as the spiritual leader of a church is a pastor. All pastors are preachers/ministers, but not all preachers/ministers are pastors.

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