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On Sunday, February 20, 2022, Rev. Jim Mishler will be sharing from the book of Ruth. This small Old Testament book is only 4 brief chapters. But it tells a story full of tragedy, delight and power. Some preachers see “loyalty” as the writer’s key theme. But we’ll look deeper into its message to discover why it was important enough to be included in the Hebrew Scriptures and why its also important for us modern-day Christians. “Martin Thielen is a United Methodist pastor, author and blogger,” states Rev. Mishler, “who recently said, “I once wrote a book entitled ‘What’s The Least You Can Believe and Still Be A Christian?’ I thought about write a sequel entitled, ‘What’s The Least You Can do and still Be a Christian.’ But then I realized it would be a very short book, only 4 words: Love a loving life.” ”
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