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Through the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit, we trust in the one triune God, the Holy One of Israel, whom alone we worship and serve.
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[한국어] On Day One of their Hands Feet mission trip to St. Louis, thirteen Presbyterians from southeastern Iowa spent the morning shoveling compost at an urban garden.
Most of us were older in our 60s, 70s, even 80s, says Lynn Ellsworth, one of the volunteers. We did some really hard physical labor. But everybody worked together, and it felt good to be doing service for others.
By afternoon, when their bodies were ready to quit, group members kept asking each other, Can we work another half hour? And then they did.