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Malta's missing piece
By Lauren Dixon on 08 May 2019

Leslie and Charmaine Caruana, Agape volunteers in Malta, have a big vision for their country. For years they’ve dreamed of making Jesus known in every stage of life: from birth through old age. While holding full-time professional jobs they’ve launched FamilyLife, a ministry for engaged couples, a children’s ministry and a movement of high school students. In their minds there is only one missing piece: a ministry for university students.

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