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Verbum Eccles. (Online) vol.29 no.1 Pretoria 2008
University of Pretoria
This article sketches the impact of technology and globalisation on culture, and the results appear to be devastating. An appeal is made to churches to encourage missionary endeavours that reach out to the world. The challenge that African Churches face is, how they will take mission work, from the ends of the earth back to Jerusalem (Missionary Churches). A plea is made to pay respect to the creation of God, and to restore broken relationships. "Let thy Kingdom come", is the final prayer.
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