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Social Justice
Abraham (Abey) George
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Japan
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Resource Mobilization, Social Justice
Carrie Ngangnang With Response by Bosela Eale
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Japan
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Unreached People Groups, Social Justice, Business as Mission
Mats Tunehag
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Sweden
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Counseling as Mission, Evangelism Training, Social Justice
Andrew Hawkes
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Canada
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Evangelism Training, Social Justice, Leadership Development
WordTruth authors
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United States
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Social Justice, Reconciliation
Valdir Steuernagel, Cristo Greyling, Princess Zulu
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South Africa
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Social Justice, Reconciliation
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Cambodia
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