Asia Christian Communications Fellowship (ACCF)
Fraternité de communications chrétienne d'Asie
Aug 1977, Hong Kong, following Christian Conference in Asia, 1976. Transferred to Singapore (Singapore), Sep 1981. Defunct.
Serve as a catalyst and coordinating body for the concerns of Christian communicators in the churches of Asia; promote use of available media to penetrate and permeate local cultures with the Gospel through relevant programmes and products orientated to the needs of Asians; study relevant practical and theoretical issues in communications and initiate research projects.Available with paid subscription only.
Sponsors study groups, workshops, conferences, team visits, consultations; acts as clearing house for information on communication activities, special news and research data.
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Members in 25 countries
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- Social Activity
- Religious Practice
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