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Feb 14, 2008

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Rob

Congrats!

Of course, if you Presbyterians focused more on holiness, maybe you wouldn't need a whole seperate chairperson just to deal with vice. :)

Ken Klewin

Congrats Mike! Maybew there's some hope for the PCUSA after all;)

Denis Hancock

Just don't go all establishment on us, ok?

Quotidian Grace

Congratulations, Mike. And what Denis said. Seriously, that is good news!

Michael W. Kruse

Rob

"..Presbyterians focused more on holiness.."

But what would be the point since the outcome is predestined. :)

Ken

Thank! There are lots of good folks at the GAC. There has been radical change over the past fours and a lot more coming. The fruits of it are only beginning to surface but I think we will see more soon.

Denis and QG

Establishment? Moi? I'm not sure I'm biologically capable. Remember that I left a firm with twelve people because I couldn't take working for big business. :)

Alan

congratulations brother. You and the GAC will be in my and our congregation's prayers.

Alan

Bruce Reyes-Chow

Congrats! See you in San Jose!

Michael W. Kruse

Thanks Alan

Thanks Bruce. I look forward to meeting you at San Jose.

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