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From the Billy Graham Center to Missio Nexus: A New Home for EMQ to Continue on

With this issue, I bid farewell to my editorial role for EMQHaving served for 16 years in the editor’s chair, I have been privileged to oversee the publication of more than sixty-four issues containing almost seven hundred articles focused on helping missionaries, mission leaders, church leaders, and lay Christians around the world better understand and engage missions. 

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