July 19, 2006

Helping the Next Generation of Ministers

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c. 2006 Religion News Service (UNDATED) When Amanda Adams was growing up, she considered a number of professions: doctor, nurse, writer, teacher, psychologist and bareback rider. She eventually became a Presbyterian minister because it includes all the things she wants. “Ministry,” said Adams, 26, “is an extraordinary balancing act between what we do every day […]

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