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CMS prayer diary : a guide to the situations and personnel of the Church Missionary Society of Australia
Bib ID 5156167
Format JournalJournal
Author
Church Missionary Society of Australia
 
Description Sydney, N.S.W. : The Society 
v. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Description based on: 1994.

Issued with: 'Prayer points' to be read in conjunction with the 'CMS prayer diary.'

Former Title

Church Missionary Society of Australia. CMS members' prayer diary

Frequency Annual 
Subjects Church Missionary Society of Australia -- Employees -- Directories.  |  Missionaries -- Australia -- Directories.
Also Titled

Church Missionary Society prayer diary

CMS prayer points.

Church Missionary Society members prayer diary ...

Prayer points.

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