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I t’s very clear to me after my first two weeks with you that First Church has a VERY talented and able pastoral staff. This has to be one of the strongest pastoral teams anywhere in our Conference or beyond. They are amazing
It’s a joy and an inspiration to work with pastors who are at once so intelligent, so caring and so insightful about the challenges the universal church faces at this time in its life. Through their experience here and throughout…

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Cal Fire San Diego reported the fire burned 25 acres. All evacuation warnings lifted.

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Posted on Jul 18, 2019
When you’ve been in business doing something for more than four decades, you probably think you’re pretty good at it. The mere act of surviving all the challenges running a business throws at you says it all
Do you think I need a shave? Working hard and playing hard at the Cultivate 19 conference in Columbus, Ohio. Photo: Jim Mumford
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