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The Rev. Dr. David Galloway is a church consultant and an Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Atlanta, GA.

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The Rev. Dr. David Galloway is an Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Atlanta, GA. He earlier served as rector of Holy Innocents Episcopal Church in Atlanta, rector of Christ Episcopal Church in Tyler, Texas, and Canon for East Texas in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. He consults with churches and pastors in a variety of denominations. 

 


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Getting Serious

Mark 9:38-50

Proper 21 - Year B

October 01, 2006

The Rev. Dr. David Galloway (TEC)

I had just finished playing a round of golf with my three best friends in Tyler, Texas. We had stopped into the 19th Hole, the men's grill at Willowbrook Country Club, for some refreshment following our round. The room was full of people telling lies about their great round of golf, of spectacular shots made and of long putts sunk.

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The Rev. Dr. David Galloway (TEC)

The Rev. Dr. David Galloway, pastor of Holy Innocents Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia, shares his personal insights and experiences of preaching.

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September 24, 2006

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The Rev. Dr. David Galloway (TEC)

The Rev. Dr. David Galloway, rector of Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia, considers the difficulties of servanthood in a culture obsessed with competition.