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Presiding Bishop Curry on PBS Newshour

Presiding Bishop Curry on PBS Newshour

Our presiding bishop, Michael Curry, brings his message of love to PBS Newshour and knocks it out of the park.

Must viewing: Following the way of love through divisions, upheaval and uncertainty (7 minutes)

 

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Eric Bonetti

Curry is a good preacher, but I wish he would “hit it out of the park” on the need for rebirth and renewal in TEC. Time to let go of the Madmen-era heap of 815. Time to go green with GC and go virtual. Time to actually plant churches, versus spending funds on a costly, ineffectual, and indifferent hierarchy. Time to quit pretending that TEC is not in the midst of free fall and actually do something about it.

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