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Priest Pulse season 2, #4: It’s a small church after all

Priest Pulse season 2, #4: It’s a small church after all

While Fr. Ben is on vacation, Fr. Colin puts together this great episode. Sharon Pearson from Church Publishing joins to discuss Reclaiming the Gospel of Peace. John Ohmer and Colin talk about Slaying Your Goliaths: How God can Help. Colin quizzes Ben and Jay Sidebotham on cartoon trivia.

 

Links from this episode

Sharon Ely Pearson, Author and Editor at Church Publishing.

Reclaiming the Gospel of Peace: https://www.amazon.com/Reclaiming-Gospel-Peace-Challenging-Epidemic/dp/0819232025

Sharon’s Amazon Page: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=dp_byline_sr_book_1?ie=UTF8&text=Sharon+Ely+Pearson&search-alias=books&field-author=Sharon+Ely+Pearson&sort=relevancerank

 

The Rev. John Ohmer, Rector Falls Church Episcopal, Falls Church, VA

Slaying Your Goliaths: How God Can Help

https://www.amazon.com/Slaying-Your-Goliaths-How-Help/dp/0880284048

Ohmer’s Blog:

http://unapologetictheology.blogspot.com/

 

The Rev. Jay Sidebotham, Artist and Assc. Rector, St. James’ Parish in Wilmington, NC

https://www.cpg.org/global/online-resources/cartoons/

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