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Bobby and Teresa LaDage are missionaries who work with Redeemer City to City in planting churches in the cities of Central and Eastern Europe.  I was a bit surprised at Teresa's advice for church planters in that part of the world.  She says missionaries who move into a new area should wait one year before they start organizing a church.  Why?  Give today's program a listen.

Click here to learn more about Bobby and Teresa LaDage's work with Redeemer City to City

(Photo of Bobby and Teresa LaDage)