The observations I report arise from a combination of sources: reading (fiction and nonfiction, travel guides, and Web sites); formal interviews with General Secretary Qiu Zhonghui and staff members of the Amity Foundation (for more on the Amity Foundation, read articles I wrote for The LUTHERAN and Clergy Journal); and extensive conversations with my hosts, Michael and Louise Weber, and their colleagues at Concordia International School Shanghai, missionary Henry Rowold, and Peter Shen and Barbara Lund of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Division for Global Mission.
What does DGM stand for?
DGM stands for Division for Global Mission (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)
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We have 92 other meanings of DGM in our Acronym Attic
- Digital Geophysical Mapping
- Digital Group Multiplexer
- Dirección General de Migración (Guatemala)
- Direction Générale de la Mondialisation, du Développement et des Partenariats (French: General Directorate of Globalization, Development and Partnerships)
- Direction Générale de Migration (French: General Directorate of Migration; Congo)
- Directoraat Generaal Milieubeheer (Dutch ministry for environment administration)
- Discipline Global Mobile (record company)
- Disqualification Under Rule 69.1 (B) (2); (Racing Rules of Sailing)
- Dividend Growth Model (finance)
- Division of General Medicine
- Division of Geriatric Medicine
- Dolphin Gray Metallic (Audi paint color)
- Don't Get Mad
- Dwit Gol Mok (Korean restaurant; Los Angeles, CA)
- Dynamic Grid Matching
- Defence General Munitions Integrated Project Team
- David G. Major Associates, Inc. (Alexandria, VA)
- Decipher Game Management Authority
- Delilah Gutman Music Academy (Riccione, Italy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Bowers is Associate Director for International Personnel in the Division for Global Mission of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Twelve years ago my wife and I, on something of a whim, made an innocent inquiry to the Division for Global Mission of the ELCA about possible short-term teaching opportunities in other countries.