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Resilience; A Word for the Church Today from Yesterday

“The character of Paul’s letter is not just a list of strategies to place band-aids on wounds and problems that arise, but to theologically help a community build a foundation that will cultivate among the people a life together that enables them to take whatever challenges arise and continue to grow together in carrying out the mission of the church and the love of God in Jesus Christ into the world.”



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