Sunday January 20. Right Pew Wrong Church.

Written by Jack van Ommen on January 20th, 2013

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2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Laura says:

    Beste Jack,

    Afgelopen zondag was Arenda weer in onze kerk (de Evangelie Gemeente Soest) om te spreken. Zij vertelde over jouw vroeg verlaten van de kerk in januari en dat zij uiteindelijk de reden vernam via jouw blog. Bij deze wil ik je van harte uitnodigen om nogmaals langs te komen en tot het eind te blijven. Want aan dat eind wacht dan een heerlijk kopje koffie en heel veel wuivende leden die gezellig even met je komen babbelen. Leuke bijkomstigheid is het bekijken van je website en notie nemen van je boek. Hartelijke groet, Laura

  2. jackvanommen says:

    Beste Laura,

    Ik schrijf je nog wel wat meer in een e-mail. Soest wordt pas weer in 2015? Ik ben l.l. dinsdag weer naar het zuiden afgezakt. Schrijf dit op het kajuit trapje in Gent. Ik heb ok even vluchtig je WP site bekeken. Heel wat in’t gemeen, schrijven, adopties en het Geloof. Lees maar eens een paar blogs terug over mijn geadopteerde dochters.

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