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Priest Pulse Rewind: Phenomenal Trust

Priest Pulse Rewind: Phenomenal Trust

We are between seasons at Priest Pulse, and we thought we’d share with you some “classic” Priest Pulse episodes to celebrate our upcoming three year anniversary and just in case you missed some of these older episodes.

In July 2015, Fr. Benjamin Gildas traveled to the General Convention of the Episcopal Church. During that time, he compiled and edited these stories of experiment and risk in evangelism, mission, and new ministry.

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