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Reconciliation through the cross : the great southland of the Holy Spirit : Central Australia Christian Convention, the 10th anniversary
Bib ID 1298013
Format BookBook
Description Lawson, N.S.W. : Mission Publications of Australia, 1996 
24 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

"Funding provided by Wongutha Regional Council and ATSIC Kalgoorlie Regional Office and World Vision" --Verso of cover.

Cover title.

Subjects Central Australia Christian Convention - Congresses.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Religion.  |  Christianity - Northern Territory.  |  Northern Territory - Church history.
Other authors/contributors Central Australia Christian Convention

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