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Author: Kenneth Harper Carter Jr

Kenneth L. Carder serves on the faculty of The Divinity School, Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Prior to his teaching ministry, Dr. Carder served as a United Methodist bishop in Tennessee and Mississippi.

Living Our Beliefs

Living Our Beliefs

The United Methodist Way

Format: EPub

You can believe anything and be a Methodist, just so long as you're sincere. Such a misperception has deep historical and cultural roots. Explore a basic explanation of the beliefs and practices of the United Methodist Church as defined in Part II o...

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Living Our Beliefs

Living Our Beliefs

The United Methodist Way

Format: Kindle

You can believe anything and be a Methodist, just so long as you're sincere. Such a misperception has deep historical and cultural roots. Explore a basic explanation of the beliefs and practices of the United Methodist Church as defined in Part II o...

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Pray for Me

Pray for Me

The Power in Praying for Others

Format: Kindle

"Pray for me," someone says to you. How seriously do you take such a request? Ken Carter, a pastor for nearly 30 years, says he has learned to honor the request "Pray for me" as a cry for help. "It is an acknowledgment that we are limited and finite...

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Pray for Me

Pray for Me

The Power in Praying for Others

Format: Print Book

"Pray for me," someone says to you. How seriously do you take such a request? Ken Carter, a pastor for nearly 30 years, says he has learned to honor the request "Pray for me" as a cry for help. "It is an acknowledgment that we are limited and finite...

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Pray for Me

Pray for Me

The Power in Praying for Others

Format: EPub

"Pray for me," someone says to you. How seriously do you take such a request? Ken Carter, a pastor for nearly 30 years, says he has learned to honor the request "Pray for me" as a cry for help. "It is an acknowledgment that we are limited and finite...

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