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Children in focus

Children in focus

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Published by National Dairy Council in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Judy Buttriss and Kay Hyman.
ContributionsButtriss, Judy., Hyman, Kay., National Dairy Council.
The Physical Object
Pagination86p. ;
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17469025M

The North American Mission Board Activity Book for Children will help elementary-age children and their leaders understand, on a child’s level, how NAMB is sharing Christ and starting churches in North America. Dot-to-Dots, mazes and other activities enhance learning about NAMB, our Send focus areas and the need for church planting in those.   First Focus on Children is proud to introduce the 13th annual release of its signature Children’s Budget publication, a comprehensive analysis of how kids and families have been faring in the federal budget over the past five years.


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