And to play on a twist on ideas, what if they are coming here to America to be evangelized to instead of American Christians going over there in order for them to hear the Word of God??
I think America might already have enough 'seeking' ones that need to hear The Word of God and an addition of 'seeking' ones from other places might make reaching the seeking Americans even more difficult. Why not start in our own backyards and front porches instead of in a place we may not even know the language of??
Besides, are you really willing to fully trust in the interpreters interpretation of what YOU are saying?
Here is one clear example right on google translate:
For anyone who knows how to read and pronunciate the Korean language: https://translate.google.com/#en/ko/hello
is a clear example of how the 'spelled' word is not the same as it should be pronounced. The word spelled in Korean should be read:
'Yo Bo Se Yo'
'Yo Bu Se Yo'.
Clicking on the 'speaker/volume' button in the Korean section of the page will allow you to hear its' pronunciation as suggested.
I must be careful with what I accept as the truth now days especially with so much competition for monetary profits and people's personal desired amount of 'followers'
Aren't the more 'followers' you have on instagram and facebook and such social medias the better thing for social popularity?
In fact, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber's girlfriend, is so popular on instagram that she offers a link which will 'automatically' give you 1000 followers for free...