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Cesar Chavez: The movement, the day

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW Did you ever boycott grapes or lettuce along with millions of other citizens to protest pesticide use and appalling working conditions for migrant…

Loved to life: Isn’t God amazing?

By David Cannon Special to The PREVIEW I once heard a missionary to Africa tell of challenges she had faced while ministering in Mozambique. She and her ministry team had…

Vaccinations: A shot in the dark?

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online Our news is frequently occupied with the alleged benefits of vaccinations, for both children and adults. On March 23, Deni…

Extensive discipleship course offered

By James D. Sanderson Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN Online As God’s movement toward unifying His Church continues to grow, we are experiencing an ever-greater need for committed Christian…

The story within: Just waiting for expression

By Barb Kugle Special to The PREVIEW There is only one story worth telling again and again, and that story resides in you, just waiting for expression. My heart is…

Dr. Kircher to speak on near-death experiences

Special to The PREVIEW More and more, we hear or read of people who have had near-death experiences or divine encounters. As bizarre as this may sound to some, those…

UU topic: ‘From whence does your help come?’

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On March 16, Dr. Dick Richardson will present a talk addressing the question, “Where do we find help for living and growing spiritually?”—…

‘Streams in the Desert’ is theme for World Day of Prayer

By Mercedes Leist Special to The PREVIEW The World Day of Prayer is a worldwide movement of Christian women of many traditions who come together to observe a common day…

Sounds of the Native American flute at Sunday Night Unplugged

Sounds of the Native American flute at Sunday Night Unplugged

Special to The PREVIEW If you have never attended Sunday Night Unplugged, a monthly music and meditation service offered by St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, give yourself a special treat, a…

Lecture offered on near-death experiences

Special to The PREVIEW As a part of their Lenten emphasis on contemplative spirituality, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will present guest speaker Dr. Pam Kircher on Thursday, March 20, at…