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Sabbath/Sunday gatherings allow healing to occur in congregations where divisions and difficulties have held sway. In the most recent eSunday Magazine (), Dr. W. Holder describes a congregation's pathway to peace; the LDA supports this! @LordsDayAllian1 https://t.co/ng8uOETaKp

How do Sabbath/Sunday observances bring faith forward in the work for social renewal and a healthy civil society? Listen to the podcast by #LDAUSA Exec. Dir. Rev.Dr.Rodney Petersen at Day1's broadcast location: https://t.co/sk175JLZeW

In the Lord's Day Alliance's (@LordsDayAllian1 ) eSunday Magazine, Kelly Fasset, Exec. Dir of #UniteBoston, describes their exciting summer interfaith Boston Common worship experience at ! https://t.co/kbiAilZr4c

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Listen to Rev. Mariama White-Hammond's remarks from the Lord’s Day Alliance sponsored conference on Sabbath, Sunday, and Renewal at Old South Church in Copley Square, Boston, October 27, 2016. Continue reading »

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Listen to Rev. Demetrios Tonias's remarks from the Lord’s Day Alliance sponsored conference on Sabbath, Sunday, and Renewal at Old South Church in Copley Square, Boston, October 27, 2016. Continue reading »

Or Rose

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