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October 11, 2006

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Man, I'm out of touch for a little while and the world turns on its head. I'm so glad you're there to help shepherd that community through these trials. May you all be refined like gold in the process!

Hey Scott, I didn't know all the stuff that was going on, I'll have to give you a holler during the week.
Bill

Uh, whoa!

I am glad they have you, and you them. No doubt this is all part of God's process of maturation and preparation for you. Talk about a curve ball.

Let's talk.

Hey Scott excellent article!!! I am happy that my church community was one of the 20%. But it has been very hard nonetheless.

I don't know if you remember me, but we met at a Postmodern evangelism conference 5 years ago. I went to Sojourn Community Church in Louisville, KY. I apologize for losing touch, but I hope you read this and maybe we can start to chat again.

Rest in Him friend.

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