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May 29, 2012


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Jim Berkley

Is there anything in place to keep these "communities of mission practice" from being like the Israel-Palestine Mission Network--a rogue, semi-autonomous (but yet enjoying insider funding and status) hotbed of single-minded political activists? They act like they are official, but they're a closed group that pursues its own agenda, apart from what the PCUSA decides is to be done.

If we get more of these hotbeds of parochial craziness, we will not be well served.

Jim Berkley
Roslyn, WA

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