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A worthwhile read about minding the Light

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Setting aside Chuck Fager's Baptist fixation for a moment, here is a link to a series of three live talks on "Change and Continuity Among the Amish," a denomination which has undergone more splits (I speculate) than the Baptists and is one of the fastest growing religious groups in the world.

They are currently buying property and making plans to move to my home community, Port Henry NY.  My relatives thought they were destined to be the only Anabaptists in the neighborhood; our family is in delighted shock! 

These talks will be offered live, the first starting at 6:30 this evening.

http://amishamerica.com/2016-amish-conference-watch-3-talks-live-he...

My apologies, Howard!

I thought you were referencing a different story.  Willie Frye, with whom I would probably disagree about some issues, sounds as if he was a courageous guy.  May he rest in peace.

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