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10 Key Global Shifts That Will Change the Way You Serve. To serve God effectively, you need to understand how global shifts have remade our world. 'Seeing Your World' brings together insights on 10 important world trends (urbanization, migration, communications technology, family and children, literacy, religious trends, etc.) that GMI has analyzed and visualized for 30 years.
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