Despite our best intentions, we often find ourselves rushing to get everything done that needs to be done. As we've all experienced, being in a hurry can lead us to overlook things that are important in favor of the urgent requirements of the moment.
Over the last months, Roberto Miranda has had a series of conversations with Christian leaders around the region. These conversations are not urgent. However, if you're interested in seeing God's presence fill the New England region, in seeing greater unity in the Body of Christ, and in understanding what we can do to cooperate with God in these things, I think you'll find these conversations important.
So, set aside an hour when you can, sit down with a cup of tea, and savor this conversation with John Eckhardt and Kevin Kidd, two Maine pastors with years of experience overcoming differences in the Body of Christ. I don't think you'll regret it!
|The conversation continues as Roberto|
interviews two men from Maine,
John Eckhardt and Kevin Kidd.
John and Kevin have both spent years
attempting to overcome differences in the Church
and are starting to see success as never before.