Next Wave International Next Wave International™ is a faith-based communications group which is
training organizations to engage the future & move society forward
in a positive direction. Founder / Director: Mal Fletcher

There has never been a time when Europe is exploding with possibility and challenge as it is today.

Yet Europe still leads the world in the process of secularization - and other major regions are now following its lead. If we can impact Europe, we can affect the world!

Next Wave International is on the ground and building a proven platform for growth and an opportunity for you and your church to make a major impact in Europe.

    Would you like to be an active part of laying the groundwork for a new reformation in Europe? Would you like to impact not just local communities, but entire nations? Would you like to influence mainstream media, civic leadership and much more?
Become a Next Wave International core partner and together we can achieve all of this and more!

CLICK HERE to find out more, or visit www.intothemainstream.net.

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