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As I am finishing this it is 4:11 a.m. It is raining harder than I've seen in years, and a couple of the young guys in our camp are trying to command the storm to calm in the name of Jesus. I'll sign off and try to find a way to keep dry.
Phil Wyman pastors the Gathering, a small, independent church in Salem, Massachusetts. He blogs at squarenomore.blogspot.com.His article "Finding Jesus at Burning Man" appeared in CT's July/August issue.
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