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Chuck and Jimmie Lynn Linkston are church planters with MTW (Mission To The World) in Australia.  Prior to their latest assignment in Hobart, Tasmania, the Linkstons served in Freemantle where they planted a very unique and diverse church--Churchfreo.  Over the next three days, the Linkston's work will be featured on Footsteps.  Listen and pray.

Click here for a link to Churchfreo and to learn more about the Linkston's current work in Hobart, Tasmania