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January 26, 2013


Sounds like a very engaging and important gathering. As a Canadian MB pastor who's heard similar sentiments and tensions raised in my context (nuanced a little differently, of course), we have to keep to keep wrestling together with these issues.

Also, I really hope Elmer Martens still exerts considerable influence. Every time I read or hear him, I sense a wisdom we could all benefit from, personally and corporately.

Thanks for the comment, Dave. I can appreciate the varied context north of our border. It was good to have a delegation from Canada represented at the conference. No doubt, MB Herald will have some type of coverage. Peace to all our Canadian brothers and sisters!

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