Paving a two-way street in interfaith dialogue

With Eagles’ Wings, young pastors travel to Israel to build bridges with Jews.

By DAVID BRUMMER
March 14, 2019 21:04
Paving a two-way street in interfaith dialogue

Bishop Robert Stearns (center) speaks with a delegation of pastors during their recent visit to Israel. (photo credit: EAGLES WINGS)

 
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