Baptist Mid-Missions

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Baptist Mid-Missions is an independent Baptist mission agency based in Cleveland, Ohio, that supports nearly 1000 missionaries in more than 55 countries around the world, in all six inhabited continents. Originally named The General Council of Co-operating Baptist Missions of North America, Inc., it was established October 15, 1920. Its first ministry was located in French Equatorial Africa in the 1920s. Baptist Mid-Missions' focus is on church planting, which is supported by ministries such as Bible translation/literacy, seminaries, camps, broadcasting, publishing, and disaster relief.

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