Christian and Missionary Alliance Churches of The Philippines

The Christian And Missionary Alliance Churches of the Philippines (CAMACOP) is a Christian evangelical group in the Philippines originated from The Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA). It is one of the largest evangelical groups in the Philippines.

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Christian And Missionary Alliance Churches Of The Philippines - Vision & Mission
... in holistic development ministries and by planting churches that proclaim Jesus Christ as Saviour, Sanctifier, Healer and Coming King." Vision "That we envision transformed communities with mission-driven ...

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