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Episode Info: Special thanks for joining us to our listeners in Virginia! In this Episode I reflect on the importance of parents reading the Scriptures with their children and teaching them how to pray. My thoughts are based on Psalm 34 and Romans 12:1-8. Fr. Bill Jerdan, Executive Secretary of the Board of Foreign Missions (BFM) of the Reformed Episcopal Church, joins me to talk about Anglican missionary work in the U.S. and abroad. Click here to learn about short-term missions opportunities. Fr. Jerdan mentions Anglican Global Missions Partners and the Society for Anglican Missionaries and Senders. “In Christ There is No East or West” (hymn setting). Words by John Oxenham. In Christ there is no East or West, In him no South or North, But one great fellowship of love Throughout the whole wide earth. In him shall true hearts everywhere Their high communion find; His service is the golden cord Close-binding all mankind. Join hands, then, brothers of the faith, Whate'er your race may be! Who serves my Father as a son Is surely kin to me. In Christ now meet both East and West, In him meet South and North, All Christly souls are one in him, Throughout the whole wide earth. Upcoming Events Do you have information about upcoming events or helpful resources for traditional Anglicans? Click here to let us know. Let Us Hear From You If you enjoy listening, will you please leave a comment on this episode? To do so, click the episode title above and fill in the form at the bottom of the page. Music Credits Brahms: Sonata in F minor, Movement III (Neal and Nancy O'Doan)“In Christ There is No East or West” performed by John Keys
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