This book doesn't confine itself to conventional ideas of teams, but takes a much broader look at teamwork and working together. Readers will find the contents applicable to many areas of life including marriage and family life, friendships, school, university, the workplace, and the local church. It would also be particularly relevant to people involved with overseas mission teams.
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