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Rev. Catherine M. Miller is a graduate of Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary’s Master of Divinity program (Boston campus) where she received the Division Honor in the area of Christian Thought (Systematic Theology). She is an ordained minister with American Baptist Churches-USA and serves as Associate Pastor for Hill Memorial Baptist Church in Allston, MA.

William De Arteaga: The Public Prayer Station

William De Arteaga: The Public Prayer Station

William De Arteaga, The Public Prayer Station: Taking Healing Prayer to the Streets and Evangelizing the Nones (Lexington, KY: Emeth Press, 2018), 73 pages, ISBN 9781609471415. Dr. William De Arteaga, a semi-retired Anglican priest, continues to be passionately tethered to the ministries of intercessory prayer and healing, having approximately 48 years of experience. He was […]

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