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Documentary Questions On Christianity

Documentary Questions On Christianity

Postby aofwren » 06 Mar 2016, 09:29

So, In short. I'm looking at doing a documentary sometime near the end of the year in Taiwan on the reason for drop in christian missionaries to Taiwan, reasons for them to be there or why friends stopped coming and the impact the missionaries have had (or not had) in the area. My question for the room is, is there a list of organizations from the ministry I can look over to contact? Any suggestions on people to talk to, places to go or questions that might be of importance to you? This is a informational setting and ANY info I can obtain is greatly useful. Anything you can add would be awesome! Sense I will be new to Taiwan having never visited and I am completely clueless on day to day living there.
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Re: Documentary Questions On Christianity

Postby zender » 06 Mar 2016, 12:26

I don't know about any lists, but you could start one with the Mormon Church (LDS).
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