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:: Friday, September 16, 2005 ::

Jean Garton of Lutherans for Life once recalled how she spoke to a church women's group about abortion and appealed for their help in working against it. The group's president responded that "We don't get involved in anything controversial."

Then, Garton recalled:
"I sat down, and they went into the business meeting. And the main topic of business was the purchase of a new coffee pot. And you never heard such controversy in your life, between the drippers and the perkers. And I sat there thinking: "The women of God, arguing over a coffee pot!"

:: ashli 7:08 PM # ::

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