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I must admit I felt a twinge of disappointment when I read the editor's note at the bottom of page 22 in the December 27 issue, which says that "I really do need church," by James Raynesford, is the last article in the year-long "Church lives" series. I knew you had said it would run for one year, but I was holding out a hope that it would be so successful that it might be extended into next year.
I have so enjoyed this series and looked forward to it each week. It was a wonderful way to "meet" fellow church members from around the world. I wonder if there might be at least some "crumbs" left over that would perhaps make a nice composite in a future issue?
Also, I appreciated Richard Bergenheim's article in the same issue, "A healing agenda for 2005." It is truly a call to action.
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We shall overcome
with contributions from Margaret Wylie, Donald A. Wesley, Jean Lewis, Carol Bonderud, Maria Giacco, Julie Walson
ITEMS of INTEREST
with contributions from Judy Carman, Ashley Hink, Joe Woodard
WORLDWIDE CRISIS: PRAYERS NEEDED
ESCAPED CHILD SLAVE FRANCIS BOK
By Warren Bolon
DOORWAY TO FREEDOM
IN DEFIANCE OF UNJUST LAWS
NOT DEFINED BY RACE
By Philip Green
By Marilyn Jones
Freedom: A continuing journey
By Rosalie E. Dunbar
No excuse for silence
By Phil Davis
Spiritual treatment ends toothache
Eileen Hahn Rees
'A change in human belief'
Jürgen Vogt with contributions from Ken Girard