The second directive of the Galilee Protocol is that it must be missionarial. This is a staffing plan that is deliberately non-commercial in nature, and specifically patterned after Christ's instructions given when the twelve and seventy were sent out.

Keep in mind that Christ left His comfortable home and position in Heaven “to seek and save that which was lost.”1 And while on earth, “the Savior, though possessing 'all power.' never used this power for self-aggrandizement. No dream of earthly conquest, of worldly greatness, marred the perfection of His service for mankind. 'Foxes have holes, and the birds of the air have nests,' He said, 'but the Son of man hath not where to lay His head.' Matthew 8:20. Those who, in response to the call of the hour, have entered the service of the Master Worker, may well study His methods.”2

“We are nearing the end of this earth’s history, and the different lines of God’s work are to be carried forward with much more self-sacrifice than is at present manifest. The work for these last days is in a special sense a missionary work. The presentation of present truth, from the first letter of its alphabet to the last, means missionary effort. The work to be done calls for sacrifice at every advance step. From this unselfish service the workers will come forth purified and refined as gold tried in the fire.”3

“The forces of the enemy of all righteousness are strongly entrenched; only by the power of God can the victory be gained. The conflict before us calls for the exercise of a spirit of self-denial, for distrust of self and for dependence on God alone, for the wise use of every opportunity for the saving of souls. The Lord’sblessing will attend His church as they advance unitedly, revealing to a world lying in the darkness of error the beauty of holiness as manifested in a Christlike spirit of self-sacrifice, in an exaltation of the divine rather than the human, and in loving and untiring service for those so much in need of the blessings of the gospel.”4

“When the Lord sees His people restricting their imaginary wants and practicing self-denial, not in a mournful, regretful spirit... but joyfully, for Christ's sake, and because it is the right thing to do, the work will go forward with power.”5 “Let every church member practice self denial... The presence of the Lord is ever seen where every energy of the church is aroused to meet the spiritual responsibilities.”6

“The purest unselfishness is to be shown by our workers as, with knowledge and experience gained by practical work, they go out to give treatments to the sick. As they go from house to house they will find access to many hearts. Many will be reached who otherwise would never have heard the gospel message.”7 “Many have lost the sense of eternal realities, lost the similitude of God, and they hardly know whether they have souls to be saved or not. They have neither faith in God nor confidence in man. As they see one with no inducement of earthly praise or compensation come into their wretched homes, ministering to the sick, feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, and tenderly pointing all to Him whose love and pity the human worker is but the messenger—as hey see this, their hearts are touched. Gratitude springs up. Faith is kindled. They see that God cares for them, and they are prepared to listen as His Word is opened.”8

1Luke 19:10. 2Ellen G. White, Prophets and Kings, pp. 71, 72. 3White, Counsels on Health, p. 216. 4White, Prophets and Kings, pp. 74. 5White, Testimonies, Vol. 8, p. 53. 6White, Notebook Leaflets, Vol. 1, p. 99. 7White, Welfare Ministry, p. 125. 8White, Evangelism, p. 517.