In September 1971 I attended the Green Lake Conference of the Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association (IFMA; now CrossGlobal Link) and the Evangelical Foreign Missions Association (EFMA, later the Evangelical Fellowship of Mission Agencies and now The Mission Exchange), where I announced the upcoming All-Asia Mission Consultation planned for August 1973 and gave an open invitation to the leaders of Western missions.
What does EFMA stand for?
EFMA stands for Evangelical Fellowship of Mission Agencies
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We have 17 other meanings of EFMA in our Acronym Attic
- East Fuji Maneuver Area
- English Furniture Making Associations
- Espace Formation des Métiers et de l'Artisanat (French: Trades and Crafts Training Area)
- Ethernet in the First Mile Alliance
- European Family Medicine Awareness
- European Fertilizer Manufacturers Association (Brussels, Belgium)
- European Financial Management & Marketing Association
- European Fittings Manufacturers Association
- European Forum of Medical Associations
- Europeans for Medical Advancement
- Evangelical Foreign Missions Association
- Executive Female Ministerial Alliance
- Enterprise Florida Manufacturing Advisory Council
- École Française de Minibasket (French: French Minibasket School)
- École Française de Mountainboard (French: French Mountainboard School)
- Expert Field Medical Badge
- Estimated Fractional Moving Blood Volume
- Electronic Field Medical Card
- Emmanuel Free Methodist Church (Alton, IL)
- Essanay Film Manufacturing Company
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To give conservative evangelical denominations similar representation, the Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, today known as the Evangelical Fellowship of Mission Agencies (EFMA), was established in the mid-1940s.
Numerous evangelical organizations and institutions, including CoMission, Evangelical Fellowship of Mission Agencies, Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association, Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, Overseas Ministries Study Center, and World Evangelical Fellowship, have held conferences, consultations, and symposia in the West to consider how missionaries can best conduct themselves in Russia and the former Soviet Union.