Thank you to two columnists who are leaving Anglican Life

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When I wrote a column for the May issue of Anglican Life, I thought that it would be my last one before the summer break, but I didn’t know at the time that two of my regular columnists would be stepping back after this June issue, and I need to acknowledge their contributions.

Ford Matchim’s column is one that I have had regular feedback about, and it’s always been positive. Readers have enjoyed his Reasonable and Probable Grounds to Believe column from the beginning, and he’s been a total pleasure to work with. I wish him all good things for the future, and am thankful for all that he’s done for Anglican Life over the years.

The Rev’d Jonathan Rowe is also stepping back from his role as a columnist. From the monthly statistics that I get from our website, I know that his columns are very widely read, and from emails that I’ve received, I know that they have been very much appreciated. My thanks to him for all of the thought-provoking columns. As his wife, it feels self-serving to “wish him well,” but I know that he’ll succeed in whatever the next chapter will be.

Happy summer to all the readers of Anglican Life. I hope that you all enjoyed this issue; it was fun to put together, and it has so many good stories from our Church in NL, and great columns in it too. See you in September!

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