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see Hit List. Brian C Hedges. Dallas and the Spitfire. When you became a Christian, He gave you new life by the power of His Spirit in you. It is the knowing and sharing of this new life that this course is designed to strengthen. All followers of Jesus Christ can benefit from sharing together in this way. In the Christian life there are always new lessons to learn. For those who are serving at Billy Graham outreach events it is of special importance. In my own case, my partner decided that my career was more important than his "You have a career, I have a job," he would say and so in the arena of career, he was more self-giving than I.

On the other hand, he was closer to his family than I, so decisions about that arena of life were made with a decided bias toward his parents and brother and his extended family of aunts, uncles and cousins. The task in this case is to engage in a frequent dialogue about the overall parity of the arrangement so that needs and hopes are fully heard and considered. Human love is creative, and as such, it is a part of the activity of God the Creator.

One obvious sign of this creativity is the gift and heritage of children. But, in fact, love itself is creative, whether or not there is even a glimmer of hope of offspring. I can think of at least two ways in which this is so.

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Love shared mutually continues the creation, development and redemption of those who engage in it. I know for a fact that I became a better and more complete person by being in relationship with those who loved me. I saw the effect which my sinful behavior had upon them. I learned the effect of my words, and the importance of those little gestures, those little private signs of intimacy, those small extensions of thoughtfulness which mark a vibrant love affair. And, then, too, there is a spill-over effect by which the love shared by a couple has an effect upon the community.

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  • When I have performed pre-marital counseling which is required by the canon law of the Episcopal Church I have always surprised people with my explication of that prayer in the Prayer Book which asks that couple be given "such fulfillment of their mutual affection that they may reach out in love and concern for others. The lasting icon of this kind of "spill-over love" was a couple I knew in San Francisco, a Protestant minister and his wife who, despite their previous ecclesial background, found their way into the extremely Anglo-Catholic parish which I then served.

    Together, they worked on the parish homeless shelter each winter.