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Alison Irving
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At 1:16 on 1stMo. 3, 2013, Allistair Lomax said…

Hi Alison,


Welcome to the NFF web site. It would be great to hear something about you and what drew you to the work of the New Foundation Fellowship.


Greetings and welcome,


Allistair Lomax

At 13:52 on 1stMo. 3, 2013, Ellis Hein said…

Hi Alison,

Welcome to the NFF website. I too would like to hear of your interest in the work of reproclaiming the gospel preached by Fox and the early Quakers.


Ellis Hein


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