Thank You

by Gloria Voorhees Thomas
FUMC, Denton, TX
Denton, Texas

Thank you for taking up the torch. As a Christian Educator for 50 years, now retired, I have a long and enriching experience with the United Methodist Reporter. I edited an annual conference page for 2 years and local church editions for more years than I can count. It was like a death when it closed. I think you are doing an excellent job. I hope the word gets around. When I look for your page, which I try to do every Friday, I find excellent articles, familiar columnists and information I can use. Thank you. (Old habits, like Friday papers, die hard.)

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