Episcopal Church Diocese in Lower South Carolina asks judge to expand ongoing federal lawsuit to declare that the breakaway group, now part of ACNA, has been engaged in false advertising and trademark infringement
Comprised of 47 women leaders from across the church and chaired by the President of the House of Deputies, Gay Clark Jennings, the committee will work on drafting legislation for consideration at General Convention later this year.
Where is God asking you to keep bailing, yet at the same time trust God’s paying attention to the storm?
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