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Daily Guided Studies for Mission Ventures

ROADGRIP is designed to stir up meaningful thoughts by directing your attention to key passages of God’s Word- Passages that reveal God’s design for you life and call you to spend concentrated time with Jesus every day of your mission. As you focus on him and his Word you’ll find that each day is unique. But you will discover that the different subjects covered will relate with the thoughts and feelings you are experiencing on that specific day of your mission trip. Read the stories, relate with the Scriptures and answer the question as if it were all part of a conversation between you and Jesus-because it is!

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