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The Rev. John Gunn


The Rev. John Gunn (other)

The Rev. John R Gunn writes, "We all wish for love -- the non-physical kind. We want someone to care about what happens to us. Love emanates from a person as a glow from a light hidden inside the body. It's this love that creates a home out of a wooden or a brick structure."

The Rev. John Gunn

Don't be a Meddler

The Rev. John Gunn (other)

There are some people who spend more time noseying into the affairs of others than they give to their own affairs. To attend to their own business and let other people's business alone seems to be a hard job for some", this observation from The Rev. John R. Gunn.


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God speaks out through the prophet Jeremiah against the shepherds of Israel who had failed in their calling to nurture and protect the flock. The Rev. Stephen Lewis draws lessons in godly leadership, and helps us learn and grow from our failures, and those of others.
The Rev. John Gunn Article

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The Worth of a Good Man

The Rev. John Gunn (other)

This Facing Life Article, based on Acts 11:24, examines the qualities and value of being a good person. The Rev. John R. Gunn writes, "A good man is the world's noblest blessing. He is worth more than all the gold locked up in our bank vaults. Indeed, there is no way of measuring the worth of a good man."

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The Rev. Dr. Kimberleigh Buchanan (UCC)

How might true Christian hospitality--treating everyone as if they are beloved, whole, precious human beings--change the healthcare debate?