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  • Eric Hoey is the Director of Evangelism and Church Growth for the General Assembly Mission Council of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). He hopes to build a culture of faith sharing among individuals in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) who have a passion for church growth. This blog considers what the gospel asks of the church in the 21st century.
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August 21, 2009

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Adel Thalos

Good post Eric. But what about the reality that a large majority in the denomination do not believe that eternal life is exclusively available in Jesus Chirst? Does this not need to change first?

I wrote about this in my most recent blog entry.
http://timeforthetruth.wordpress.com/2009/08/21/what-must-i-do-to-inherit-eternal-life/

peterjohnolson@hotmail.com

Eric,
A big "thank you" from people like me, I received stem cells from my little sister 224 days ago when I had a BMT.
The shots, Neupogen, will probably sting a bit. I have had over fifty of them myself. I have had over fifty units of blood products too.
I'm doing pretty good now.
Without giving people like you, we, AML patients, would physically die.
Thank you more for your ministry.
Hopefully, you will be able to lead many more to Jesus Christ, they will repent of their sins and they will share in eternal life in heaven with us too.
Keep up the great job!

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The shots, Neupogen, will probably sting a bit. I have had over fifty of them myself.

Nicky

The shots, Neupogen, will probably sting a bit. I have had over fifty of them myself. I have had over fifty units of blood products too. http://www.hotfileseek.com

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I have always believed that the man who has begun to live more seriously within begins to live more simply without.

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