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River Jordan

Hello to Christ Forums!!

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Hey everyone! I'm a twenty-something Lutheran woman who's served as a youth leader at my church for several years now. I'm also a professional biologist and I recently wrapped up my graduate work in biology. Given these two areas of focus in my life, I enjoy discussions (and yes, debates :1:) regarding the intersection of the Christian faith and science.

 

I'm looking forward to meeting everyone here and I pray our time together will be fruitful and enlightening!

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Welcome @River Jordan !! I'm personally so inspired when I see this community growing. It's just a practical sign that God's flock is growing. My sincere prayer is that you may have an amazing experience in this Forum! I hope you'll learn alot from here through all the value/ engaging discussions that goes on here, but most important you may draw closer to God as you cultivate your personal relationship with him. I'm (and I believe we are all) happy you joined us! Have a nice and blessed stay here.. We'll talk more real soon, see you around.

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Welcome to Christforums River Jordan!

 

God bless,

William

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Hmmm a twenty something woman who clearly worries that her age is an issue or something. :)

 

Good to have you with us here, I am sure you will find at least a few people who will debate with you, I just pray that you are also patient and tenacious in equal parts. Lol

 

Welcome from a 60 something guy from the UK, just kidding!

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Hey everyone! I'm a twenty-something Lutheran woman who's served as a youth leader at my church for several years now. I'm also a professional biologist and I recently wrapped up my graduate work in biology. Given these two areas of focus in my life, I enjoy discussions (and yes, debates :1:) regarding the intersection of the Christian faith and science.

 

I'm looking forward to meeting everyone here and I pray our time together will be fruitful and enlightening!

 

Happy to have you here, River Jordan. Congrats on your recent degree :)

 

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Welcome here you can discuss with bible smart people and possibly make new friends, hope you like it here!

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