The Pastor talked about their ministries and carrying out their international ministries on a local level as well. If they assists people with HIV in Africa, they also assist people with HIV right here in the Valley. This concept in action appealed to me as we often see the need abroad knowing that need also exists right here at home. The Pastor gave a history lesson through the Stories to Tell series and we actually learned a lot about the Catholic Church between 1100-1300 A.D. The focus was on a man named Wycliff – a Hero of the Faith – who basically sacrificed his life by suggesting that we should have a direct relationship with Jesus, not necessarily through the Pope. It was very interesting and made me realize there is SO much to learn. You could dedicate a lifetime to religious studies, perspectives, and history.
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