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Raise their boys to be better men, to respect women and all others as their equals, to understand their needs in relation to the needs of others, and to honor all creatures as beautiful.

Andy CastroLang
Andy CastroLang
Andy CastroLang is a recently retired pastor who joyfully served in the United Church of Christ. She is deeply committed to civil discourse between individuals and throughout our community; in interreligious conversation, private conversation, intergenerational conversation and, yes, even in political conversation. She has been a supporter of FāVS News since its inception because she supports this creative effort at thoughtful community conversation.

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Russell
Russell
10 years ago

This is sage advice, and answers the question completely. Thank you Pastor Andy CastroLang, you’re absolutely correct!

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