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When I was given the position as women's pastor at a church in South Africa, I immediately realize that I have to get as much as possible information about ministry and get as much possible resources to download from. Unfortunately we do have this type of resources available in my mother language, Afrikaans and I browsed through the internet to find applicable studies. I actually discovered Kyria and through this get to ChristianityToday. What a blessing. If it was not for ChristianityToday I would never be able to survive if it was not for your valuable resources. Thank you so much.
prophet kayode olubisi
keep on the lord is yr strength and i pray that god will be moving yr ministies forward in jesus name our lord amen
Well done, just one constructive criticism...too many 'informs' - please don't take offence, but it would be good to use a Thesaurus. Thanks.
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