I wonder what it would have been like to have been an itinerant preacher back then, traveling from community to community telling the tales I had heard and learning new ones. The wealth of oral stories would have told me a lot about Jesus. But, again, it would have told me a lot more about each community – what was important to them in their relationships with God.
Author: Laurie Gudim
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