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Share love, light, through The Christmas Fund

The Rev. Herb Zimmerman served small UCC local churches across the Midwest and western United States throughout his 52-year career. Salaries were small, and the churches often provided parsonages. So after a lifetime of ministry, Herb and his wife, Hilda, had no retirement savings. The Zimmermans’ plight is a common …

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Finding Light in Darkness: The Myanmar Tragedy

As I walked among the glistening gold-plated stupas of the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar (formerly Burma), it was hard to believe that just miles north, a genocide took place masterminded by the country’s military. The Rohingyas, a people-name once unknown, is now a common point of our conversations. But …

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New Light from Binary Stars

Twinkle, twinkle, little . . . stars? Unless youʼve been living in a cave for the past decade, you’ve heard about the popular television competition Dancing with the Stars. Everyone loves a star. But the real stars are in the nighttime sky, and most of them have a dancing partner, …

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Bishop Cozzens: The light shines in the darkness

St. Paul, Minn., Sep 19, 2018 / 04:56 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- In a column in The Catholic Spirit last week, Auxiliary Bishop Andrew Cozzens of Saint Paul and Minneapolis reflected on the light being shone on sins committed by members of the Church, and God’s ability to bring good out …

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