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Love, equality, and #MinistryOnTrial

By Shannon Trenton, Originally published on her blog. In the last week, I’ve made some passing references and shared quite a bit on my Facebook page about a very ...
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For this week's #ThrowBackThursday, we invite you to read this deeply moving issue of "Open Hands Magazine" featuring stories and reflections from the fall of 1985. #tbt

"I do not intend to sit around wasting away. My life has been and is one of the most fulfilling I have ever encountered. A gift...I am at peace and more in love with the God of my soul than I ever dreamed possible."

Read more at bit.ly/1wgFVr2.
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Jim WagnerThe link "http://bit.ly/1wgFVr2" isn't opening.2 days ago
Richard GlodoI didn't find any publication dates so I'm wondering if RMN has any record of my former partner's book written in 1990? The book is entitled 'Living with Aids, One Christian's Struggle" Written by Terry Boyd. Former UMC Bishop Leontine Kelly wrote an endorsement for the book.2 days ago   ·  1
Rory GoshornThis brought a smile to my face! Disneyland opened the year I was born. In the summer of '66 my family moved to Villa Park California which at the time was still a place where citrus and avocados were grown. Disneyland was a short drive from our house. In the summers we would climb on our roof and watch the fireworks at Disneyland. My mom would take my brother and I there often in the summer and drop us off for the day with our ticket books. Of course the E ticket was the best, and we were always close to first in line to ride the Matterhorn when the park opened. What fun memories...1 day ago   ·  1
Wendy TaylorHow well I remember...9 hours ago

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