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In this season of gratitude, give thanks
Retiring after three decades as a teacher, Virginia native James Sink says God led him to a new calling: making apple butter. Watch one United Methodist's story of faith and following God.
While November marks a celebration of thanksgiving in the United States, finding time to thank God is part of our daily discipline as United Methodists. Enjoy this desktop meditation as you show gratitude to God for your blessings.
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Meet the 'Apple Butter Man'
After teaching for more than three decades, United Methodist James Sink says God led to him a retirement ministry of making apple butter, which he and others sell to fund outreach programs in rural Bland County, Virginia.