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Daily Word  

‘In our situation there is a natural impatience, and inevitably interchurch families on the whole move ahead of their churches in their actions.  This may be untidy and uncomfortable at times, but it is surely right.  The churches have forever to find unity!  Interchurch families have one or two decades in which together to nurture their children in faith.  If a couple who perhaps started off suspicious and defensive about one another’s church affiliation can come to experience a deep and growing unity in Christ, and feel at home in two different church traditions, surely there is a wider message here?’  Pam McElroy in "My Other Parish"

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