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Martin Thompson

As ever it comes down to love and support for me. Journeyed out of one career (althought that started in Sept 2011) into another, but only possible because of a loving wife who earns twice the amount I do!

Left 'church' to 'be' church - not satisfactorily yet, but maybe that's part of the journey.

Your talk at G-belt sort of summed it up - lots of dots that still need joining up (maybe this year?), but thank God that there are dots to join up.

Grace and peace Jonny,

Alice Connor

Johnny, thank you. Not just for this post but for all your work. I'm a reader from America for some time now. I'm going to use this list of questions for our first discipleship group meetings of the new year with students at the University of Cincinnati. I think they'll dig in.

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