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by Stephen K. Hicken,Hector D. Medina,Nora Petersen

Download Reading the Signs of the Times: A 7 Week Small-Group Process for Social Change (English and Spanish Edition) eBook
ISBN:
0893905429
Author:
Stephen K. Hicken,Hector D. Medina,Nora Petersen
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English Spanish
Publisher:
Resource Publications (August 31, 2001)
Pages:
25 pages
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1555 kb
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1751 kb
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1972 kb
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