Breakfast and Lunch and Onward — prayers of my heart, a collection of articles and writings by C. Alicia Randolph

Recently, I went to Atlanta. I am a part of the leadership for our WV Annual Conference Residency program, a three-year program that, those who are on the track to be ordained, are required to complete between seminary and ordination. Each year, we take an immersion trip. This year, we went to Atlanta to visit […]

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