Middle East Reformed Fellowship

Middle East Reformed Fellowship is a missionary organization evangelizing the Middle East, North Africa and now Indonesia on behalf of Reformed Churches and believers worldwide.

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Middle East Reformed Fellowship - Activities and Ministry
... The Bible and the historic reformed confessions form the theological basis for the Fellowship, which aims to "declare the whole counsel of God" ... indigenous evangelists sponsored by their own national reformed churches, as they know the circumstances, language and culture of their own people ... located in Cyprus and Monaco, in conjunction with Words of Hope, a ministry of the Reformed Church of America, and The Back to God Hour, a ministry of the Christian Reformed Church ...

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