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Changed People, Changing Lives

You have to be changed if you want to change others.

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Introduction

I. Obey God

II. Changed people

III. Changed people changing lives

Bishop Alpha Mohammed, a converted Christian, led the Diocese of the Rift Valley (part of the Anglican Church of Tanzania) and was known for his evangelism through many church and diocesan plants.

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