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Priest Pulse Season 2, Episode 9: New Year, New Episode!

Priest Pulse Season 2, Episode 9: New Year, New Episode!

Welcome 2017 and welcome everyone to our first episode of the New Year! Ben and Colin discuss their resolutions, and recommend one for you! On this episode we have yet another guest from the General Theological Seminary, the Rev. Emily Wachner, who joins us to discuss the Wisdom Year program and revitalization of GTS. Also, our most recurring-est guest Anna Courie joins us to discuss raising faithful and healthy tweens and teens and her new book Christ Walk Kids from Church Publishing.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/priest-pulse/id925044272?mt=2

http://news.gts.edu/2016/10/the-way-of-wisdom-in-practice-2/

http://pastoralimagination.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/CSTE-LPI-030116.pdf

https://www.churchpublishing.org/christwalkkids

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