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OMF’s new videos, “6 Ways to Reach God’s World,” are a part of the new Operation WorldView

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6 WAYS TO REACH GOD'S WORLD - OVERVIEW from Ken Haron on Vimeo.

OMF International and the Perspectives Study Program have a vision to see an ever-growing number of believers get involved in seeing the gospel of Jesus preached to every people group on earth. But what practical ways are there for the average Christian to be involved? 6 Ways to Reach God’s World is a series of brief videos that help you discover how you can be involved through learning with intention, prayer, going cross-culturally as messengers of the gospel, sending (which includes giving), welcoming internationals around you and even mobilizing others for all of these strategic roles.

Mission ONE is delighted to have reached an agreement with OMF International to include these high-impact videos in Operation WorldView.


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wow, Zach King sure seems like a pro and I hope to be like him someday. I watch his turitoals and youtube channel and he sure is a finalcutking!!!thanks for posting this.joe

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You have your terminology revsreed. Opening a FCPX project in FCP7 is *forward* compatibility, in that you are using FCP7 but can open projects created with newer software. These FCPX projects are in front of you from FCP7 s perspective.Opening FCP7 projects, which are behind you when you're working in FCPX would be *backward* compatibility.It's not which direction the file moves, from X to 7, but which direction the software which opens the file is looking, which is from 7 to X.It's an easy mistake to make, I only mention it because you want to be careful that you don't confuse people, especially since the number-one missing feature that editors have been clamoring for in FCPX is backward compatibility.

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