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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

UMC's Rev. Mark Sargent: Thunk, Gap, and 6A's

                                Georgia based, United Methodist minster Rev. Mark Sargent has written an
insightful article about the public's perceptions of Christians, our corporate mistakes in our interactions with others, and how these hindrances affects our relationships and ministries. His words particularly relate to this week's post on the church's response to David Kato's murder in Uganda as well as previous posts about the Church's public relations problems.

Check out his article: The Thunk, the Gap, and the Six A's  (How can you resist such a title?)
Though it isn't explicitly race related, much of what he says can be applied to our broken race relations. 

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