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Quick! Tell me everything…

“Quick! Tell me everything.” Those may not be the exact words. In fact, the question may have been thoughtful and the time-pressure low. But panic still tends to ensue when I hear that message. One of the most beautiful and … Continue reading

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Where does God lead you?

Are you (or is someone you know) called to mission service? If so, you’ve come to the right place! I’d like to share a few opportunities available through the PC(USA). These are the positions that are currently open in Latin … Continue reading

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At the course I took last weekend on Mission & Ecumenism in Bolivia, we had a group devotional every day. One morning it included a time when we each took a folded paper flower, placed it in a bowl of water, … Continue reading

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Symbols of mission

This afternoon I prepared the homework assignment required of all participants: a brief narrative and reflection on our own experiences with mission and ecumenism, both good and troubling, including the identification of a symbol that represents our understanding of mission. I chose an embrace as my symbol for mission. What symbolizes mission for you? Continue reading

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