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Waiting in the Garden
by Scott Alexander
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Waiting in the Garden
by Scott Alexander
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Waiting in the Garden
by Scott Alexander
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Wandering Pilgrimage
by Susan Maginn
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Want What You Have
by Peter Friedrichs
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Wanting, Getting and Giving
by Bonnie McClish Dlott
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Watch One Hour With Me
by Cynthia Frado
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We Are The Ones: Avoiding Fascism in a Turbulent World
by Claudene (Deane) Olivia
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What Shall I Do If I Lose My Money?
by Ann Schranz
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What To Do When Nothing Can Be Done?
by Barbara J. Pescan
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What We Can Do for Religion Today
by Holly Anne Lux-Sullivan
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When Change Comes
by Mary Wellemeyer
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When I Was a Child
by Jeanne Nieuwejaar
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When Our Systems Fail: the Wall Street Melt-Down
by Kathleen McTigue
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When you look at a daffodil there are lots of things you notice (and you can ask and get responses.)
by Ruth E. Gibson
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Where Race and Class Unite
by William G. Sinkford
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Which God Don’t You Believe in?
by Scott Alexander
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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
by Gary Kowalski
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Why Lincoln Still Matters
by Roger Bertschausen
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With Faith and Fortitude
by Lisa Ward
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Work and Rest: The Rhythm of Our Lives
by Cathy Bowers
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Work Still in Progress
by Jim Sherblom
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