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  1. Julie Geoffrion

    WOW – great blog – she was Canadian 🙂 and in 1935 called Christians “modern and non-existent” – wonder what she’d think today!
    I like this song a lot too – it speaks to me as we all live soooo far apart from each other as siblings.
    Yes, we moved because of a job and not a “ministry” but we are in full-time ministry in whatever church we go to and I look back on ALL our moves (haha) and see how God has used us in each work. We have never moved into an area before looking for a solid church and more recently our prayer has been “lead us to a small church that we can help to grow” (obviously not just by the sheer number we are bringing into it haha).
    So, with that prayer, it has made me less sad to move each time and more excited to see what God has for us.
    I’m grateful for all the people we have met along the way and I miss my family and friends a lot but knowing we can serve God no matter where we go and that that is our family’s highest goal makes the lonliness seem less lonely 🙂

  2. Joy Daggett

    I think one of my favorite parts about this song is the last line, “As the Father hath sent me, so send I you.” In other words, Jesus is not asking us to do anything that He has not already done. We only need to follow His example.

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