The Church's Great Commission is enshrined in three great tasks: Going, Preaching and Teaching. In most local churches, there have been a paradigm shifting on priorities leading to a lost zeal in missions work. However, it is still the biblical mandate for the Church to carry on the Great Commission of Christ in a race against time in winning the lost before Jesus returns. In this book, the author discusses how important the biblical goal of missions is vital for the growth of a healthy,dynamic Christian and Church life. The first part looks at the Orders of the Church; the second part discusses the Obligation of the Church and the final part of the book looks at the Obstacles of the Church in doing missions work. True biblical Christianity should drive the Church out into the world of the lost and bring them to the salvation that is in Christ. When we neglect this urgent agenda on God's time-table, we lose the purpose of our existence as Christians. The passion that drove Christ to the Cross should be the same passion that drives us into world evangelism.