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Galatians: Listening, Wondering, Reading Along

Galatians is so interesting: originally, it was a letter that would have been shared and read aloud to congregations; it's also a book that rewards slow and careful re-reading and wondering. So this season, we'll get a little of the best of both worlds!

In each episode, I'll read a short passage of Galatians and reflect on it, before we wonder together. You can listen along; I'll also post the passage, the script of my reflections, and the wondering questions here on the site so you can revisit them and spend a little more time.

And I'd love to know how you're hearing and responding to Paul's words as we move through the season! Comment along, share your own reflections (or those of your children), and let's wonder and learn together during this back to school season.

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