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A House Fit for an Architect
December 5

A House Fit for an Architect

“A church is basically a house—a home for the body of Christ,” says Bill Argus. “Similarly, a house of committed Christians is something like a church.”

Praying Together in Household

By Jill Boughton

In 1977, our family (at that time John and Jill Boughton, Eric and eventually baby Lydia) and the Timler family (Mark and Ginny, John and Peter) shared a house for five months while the Timlers were between houses. At the time we were Catholic and they were Episcopalian, but that didn't hinder our ability to pray together and joyfully share life.

One evening their pastor joined us for dinner. In the course of the conversation, we learned that in New Jersey he had both learned his catechism from John's grandfather and attended an Episcopal seminary with my uncle! Small world indeed.

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