May 26, 2019; Called to Lead: Listening and Responding to Holy Invitation
Come and experience with us God’s inclusive love and justice through extravagant welcome, Spirit-filled worship, and loving fellowship. Scripture lessons: John 1:4-8 (the Message) & Jeremiah 1:43-49 (The Inclusive Bible) Our Guest Preacher: Rev. Doris K. Dalton
This is something about which we have laughed and joked to some time. However, this really may be a far more serious threat or issue than we have given it credit for. Donald Trump is the single most powerful man in the world, arguably. With great power comes great responsibility and so on. Given his important
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