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Guide to Network Function
Security: Letters to the Field
Many unreached peoples live in regions of the world where missionary activity is frowned upon or even illegal.  In those areas using security precautions such as the following, is crucial.  However, that is not to imply that these suggestions are necessary among every unreached people.  Agencies and field personnel can advise you on the security needs of your people.

From Brigada-Security file: one people-group network’s security guidelines. Following are guidelines for organizations working among the XYZ people of X region. (The name of the unreached people and where they live have been removed.)

Important:  Remember that letters are very often opened and read by government officials.

Subjects to avoid:

If there are things that you would like to write, but are not sure about, please contact the missionary's agency or home church.

Note: If you send and receive emails from a work site or university, please print out your email ASAP and delete the messages ASAP, to protect confidentiality. If you do want to save messages, please save them on a disk and keep the disk at home.

What you can share and ask:


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