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Sabbatical Offers Pastor, Family ‘New Sight’

Malcolm Young, of Christ Episcopal Church in Los Altos, California,and his family expected their pilgrimage to Africa to help them build better neighbors, to understand their own faith and the conflicts within it.

Malcolm Young, of Christ Episcopal Church in Los Altos, California,and his family expected their pilgrimage to Africa to help them build better neighbors, to understand their own faith and the conflicts within it. But what they could not have planned during their sabbatical, made possible in part by a Lilly Clergy Renewal Grant, was the spirit’s capacity to transform them by giving them new sight for their church and ministry.

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