Trends in the Global Missions Movement

Title: Jan 20 Trends in the Global Missions Movement
Michael Jaffarian, Senior Research Associate, Operation World and Missionary Researcher, World Venture
January 20, 2011

Description: Gleanings from extensive surveys of mission leaders around the world in preparation for the 7th edition of Operation World

Presenter: Michael Jaffarian is a Missionary Researcher with World Venture and Senior Research Associate with Operation World.

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