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Jul 30, 2007

Church Revitalization Seminar tomorrow

I think the most challenging job in ministry may be leading stagnant churches to reengage their communities for the gospel.

If you are near Marion, IN tomorrow come join us and we will talk more about it.

And, I have found that many discouraged pastors come to events like these-- pray that they will receive a fresh wind from the Lord.

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Posted:July 30, 2007 at 12:00 am

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