News: ENS August 19, 2016: ‘Farming ministry sows seeds of rebirth’ / Episcopal Peace Fellowship endorses Black Lives’ policy platform


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August 19, 2016


Rows of crops are seen growing earlier this year at the Garden of St. Francis in North Bellmore, New York. Photo: Garden of St. Francis

‘Farming ministry sows seeds of rebirth’
Ann McPartlin calls them “God incidents” – those pivot points in the life of a church when God’s plan becomes a little less mysterious, when connections are made and a way forward is revealed.

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