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A Project To Discover The Knowledge, Attitudes, And Actions Of Parishioners Regarding Active Engagement In Ministry At Greater Powell Chapel A.M.E. Church, Grenada, Mississippi

School: Ashland Theological Seminary
Author: SIMMS, Moses A.     D.Min. 2014
Pages: 128
TREN Id: 028-0435
OCLC #: 921159735    (Librarians, need MARC records?)

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Effects Of Syncretism On The Grenada Church of Christ

School: Johnson Bible College
Author: NEWMAN, James R.     M.A. 2002
Pages: 131
TREN Id: 063-0013
OCLC #: 69922435    (Librarians, need MARC records?)
Dewey #: 261.2

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The Curial Practice In The Diocese Of St. George's In Grenada

School: Catholic University Of America
Author: JEREMIAH, Dominic     J.C.L. 2003
Pages: 58
TREN Id: 029-0584
Dewey #: 262.3

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