Gregory Fisher

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Greg and Margaret Fisher have been partners together in ministry for over 44 years. Together they have traveled around the world doing ministry in more than 30 countries. Currently they live in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they serve in a Christian ministry. They are both ordained ministers in the Foursquare Church.

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