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Economic Justice (Global Issues Bible Studies Ser.) by Jana L. Webb
Fundamentalistic Religion : 6 studies for individuals or groups by Jayaprak
Leadership in the Twenty-First Century/Global Issues Bible Studies (Global Issues Bible Study Series) by Aeschlim
Multi-Ethnicity/Global Issues Bible Studies (Global Issues Bible Study Series) by Canales
Urbanization (Global Issues Bible Study Series) by Carney

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  1. People and Technology/Global Issues Bible Studies (Global Issues Bible Study Series) by Mary Fisher (1990)
  2. Voiceless People/Global Issues Bible Studies (Global Issues Bible Study Series) by Chuck Shelton (1990)
  3. Discipleship: The Growing Christian's Lifestyle (Fisherman Bible Studyguides) by James Reapsome (2000)
  4. Sanctity of Life/Global Issues Bible Studies (Global Issues Bible Study Series) by Swaby-Ellis (1990)
  5. Colossians and Philemon: Finding Fulfillment in Christ : 10 Studies for Individuals or Groups (A Lifeguide Bible Study Guide) by Martha Reapsome (1989)
  6. Environmental Stewardship (Global Issues Bible Studies Ser.) by Ruth Goring Stewart (1990)
  7. Ephesians and Philemon (Neighborhood Bible Studies) by Marilyn Kunz (1976)
  8. Recovery from Distorted Images of God (Life Recovery Guides) by Dale Ryan (1990)
  9. Healing for Broken People/Global Issues Bible Studies (Global Issues Bible Study Series) by Dan Harrison (1990)
  10. Basic Human Needs/Global Issues Bible Studies (Global Issues Bible Study Series) by Bryan C. Truman (1990)
  11. John: Eyewitness (Fisherman Bible Studyguide Series) by Gladys Hunt (1971)
  12. Recovery from Co-Dependency (Life Recovery Guides) by Dale Ryan (1990)
  13. James: Faith in Action (Fisherman Bible Studyguides) by Chuck Christensen (2001)
  14. Excellence in Leadership: Reaching Goals With Prayer, Courage & Determination by John White (1986)
  15. In spirit and in truth: Ten Bible studies on worship by William Edgar (1976)

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