Mark Naylor

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Dr. Mark Naylor D.Th. Missiology, Trinity Western University, ACTS Seminaries Department, Faculty Member. Studies Communication, Languages and Linguistics, and Theology.

Mark served with Karen, his wife, with Fellowship International for 14 years, doing evangelism, church planting and leadership development. He continues with his responsibilities as the supervisor and primary exegete for a Bible translation project at ACTS Seminary. Besides coaching churches in missions, he loves training people to have significant conversations.

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