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Reflections on The Gathering - They keep coming!

Cory Verner with Christians Ending Poverty posted about his experience at The Gathering 2007.  I was really moved by his point about advocacy for the poor:

This conference convinced me though that advocacy IS one of the most important activities in the fight to help the poor. Why? Because the poor don’t have the resources necessary to organize, lobby and protect themselves from entities who are primarily interested in promoting self-serving agendas. Read more.

Speaking of advocacy, Jim and Jane Marentette from Durango, CO were featured in an article about lobbying their representative - Rep. John Salazar.  Check out the Durango Herald.


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