Articles by Dariusz Brycko
Article bySeptember 2012
Reaching Poland is critical to mission work in both western and eastern Europe. Yet Reformed Christians have ignored this reality for years and have neglected to send missionaries to this large European country. My goal here is to make the case for Poland's importance to confessional Reformed/Presbyterian mission work and provoke a discussion concerning the issue. continue
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