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I would strongly suggest that Anglican provinces visit the Church of God World Missions website. It shows how a centrally, episcopally governed church manages its missions, both in places where Christianity is welcome and in those places where it is not. Unlike the poker playing dog, we don’t tell everything we know. World Missions plays all kinds of shell games with its missionaries (and their oversight) to insure their safety (and we do have a pastor or missionary killed from time to time, even in places like Guatemala where the church is well established.)
Pentecostal churches have never made being invited into a country a prerequisite for doing missions there, and Anglican ones shouldn’t either. World Missions isn’t perfect but it’s an improvement over what many Anglican provinces do.