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“You find a way for God to work through you, and you understand what you are meant to do to make the kingdom of God appear here on earth.”

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Speaking to the Soul: Where is home?

I wonder, where is home? Each of us has an answer, and the answers are as varied as the people being asked the question. But thinking theologically for a moment, is being part of a church like being at home?

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Speaking to the Soul: Overwhelmed

What if we could see whitewater as an opportunity? We can learn from turbulence, even if the experience itself is far from pleasant. We can learn that overwhelmed doesn’t necessarily mean overcome.

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Education for Ministry celebrates 40 years

Education for Ministry (EfM) from the School of Theology of the University of the South in Sewanee TN celebrated its 40th anniversary July 29 at General Convention. One of the most successful and long lasting educational programs, EfM has had more than 81,000 participants with nearly 38,000 graduates of all 4 years.

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