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Central Baptist Church, Warner Robins, Georgia USA 1
Georgia, USA
The vision of Central Baptist Church in Warner Robbins, Georgia, called VISION 440, is to see every member commit to serving at least one hour a week in the following four areas: worship, bible study, outreach, and service.
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