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Join us for a conversation with Rev. Erin Martin, District Superintendent of the Columbia District of the Oregon-Idaho Conference of the United Methodist Church, as she shares about her life as a monastic Methodist leader. Hear her share her diagnosis of the spiritual dynamics of mainline institutional Christianity, the spiritual pressures of being a judicatory official, why she decided to move into intentional community when she became a district superintendent, and her advice to those who supervise and equip spiritual pioneers.

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2 Comments

  1. Marla Anderson Reply

    Hi Erin. I will pray for you as you navigate your way through the maze of personal, spiritual, Christian and institutional dynamics. Sometimes they are at odds with each other. This is where Corinthians comes alive. Pretty exciting. God Bless. Marla

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