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SEND International

SEND International
Founded 1947
Type Evangelical Missions Agency
Location
  • Farmington, MI
Origins World War II veterans in Japan and Philippines
Area served
Asia, Europe, North America
Members
more than 600
Website http://www.send.org/

SEND International is an interdenominational Christian mission agency. Known as Far Eastern Gospel Crusade (FEGC) until 1981,[1] SEND International was founded in 1947 by a group of World War II veterans[2] via the merger of G.I. Gospel Hour[3] in the Philippines and Japan and the Far Eastern Bible Institute.[4]

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  • SEND International Website


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