April 2021 Monthly Letter

Dear Reconciler, I asked our chapter leader and ordained Pastor Willard High to share the good news about Christ’s death and Reconciliation for our Easter letter. Life, Death, Resurrection and Peace The Easter Season reminds us that God loves us so much that he changed the course of nature and interrupted his divine life to…
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March 2021 Monthly Letter

Dear Reconcilers, In December 2020 The Kansas City Star’s top editor apologized on behalf of the newspaper for having “disenfranchised, ignored and scorned generations of black Kansas citizens.” Mike Fannin, who has worked at the Star since 1997 and served as its top editor since 2008, wrote in a letter to readers titled “The Truth…
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February 2021 Monthly Letter

Dear Reconciler, In February, we celebrate Lincoln’s birthday and Black History Month.  I want to share an article on “Slavery and the Bible” written by Pastor Neil Earle, who is a writer for ORM, as well as an Adjunct Professor of History at Citrus College in California. In the future we’d like to do a…
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January 2021 Monthly Letter

Dear Reconcilers, Happy New Year! At a time when a lot of people make their New Year’s resolutions, many are thinking about all of the changes we all went through in 2020. Everyone had to adjust to a different way of doing things. Some of the changes we made will continue on while there are…
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December 2020 Monthly Letter

Dear Reconcilers, 2020 is coming to an end. Several people have told me that they are looking forward to saying goodbye to the year that brought so many changes that profoundly affected our lives. Let’s review some of the events of 2020: 1. In January, people all over the world were saddened by the untimely…
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November 2020 Monthly Letter

Dear Reconcilers, We still face many challenges in our country right now but this month I want to focus on Thanksgiving and the many blessings we have received. In a few days we will celebrate Thanksgiving, my family’s favorite holiday. We always enjoy the delicious food and end up eating too much. My favorite part…
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