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Audio-visual Bible lessons in 40 pictures, with Bible overview from creation to Christ, and teaching on the Christian life. For evangelism and church planting.
Program Number: C80488
Language name: Fataleka
1. We Proclaim the Gospel
15. Jesus' Birth
43. Calvary's Hill #2
44. Drifting Away
45. I love Jesus
46. Calvary's Hill #1
47. Beautiful Home in Heaven
48. Whose Voice
49. Jesus was a Great Man
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