Episode 31: Reaching the Middle East With Social Media

We interviewed Steiger Missionary, Lukas Ruegger, uses creative means and social media to reach people in Lebanon and other parts of the Middleast.
  • Thursday, 12 January 2017 11:00
Provoke&Inspire Podcast

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