The Great Commission, along with all the practice of the New Testament church, tells us that there is mission beyond evangelism. Paul clearly believed this. Had he stopped being a “missionary” when he spent three years teaching the church in Ephesus the whole counsel of God? He affirmed the mission of Apollos (a cross-cultural missionary if there the was: converted in Africa, instructed in Asia and sent to Europe), which was a teaching mission (Acts 18:24-27), and Paul refused to allow that either was more important than the other – the one who planted or the one who watered (1 Cor. 3:5-9).